Liturgy & Devotions~Daily Meditations
Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time
I will make a plan for evangelizing other souls and look for fruits of holiness in others. Ready or Not!Matthew 25:1-13
Friday of the Twenty-first Week in Ordinary Time
I will actively look for signs of Christ in others today. No Sleeping on the JobMatthew24:42-51
Thursday of the Twenty-one Week in Ordinary Time
Lord, help me to remain alert, keeping the goal of heaven always in mind. Witness to the TruthMark 6:17-29
Memorial of the Passion of Saint John the Baptist
Lord, let me never fear the consequences of speaking the truth First Things FirstMatthew 23:23-26
Tuesday of the Twenty-first week in Ordinary Time
I will examine my conscience as to the motives of my actions each day, making sure I am inspired by mercy, justice and faith. The One and OnlyJohn 6:60-69
Saturday of the Third Week of Easter
Through my words and deeds, I will resonate my faith to all those I come in contact with today. Wearing the Right ClothesMatthew 22:1-14.
Thursday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time.
Today I will try to work on a virtue that I need so as to respond to God's love for me. Working for GodMatthew 20:1-16.
Wednesday of the Twentieth week in Ordinary Time.
I will thank Christ for his grace and love and will try to imitate him by being generous to others. A New LifeJohn 6:51-58
Sunday of the Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time
I will invite my family to make an Eucharistic visit or to make a spiritual communion Human Harshness vs. the Charity of a SaintMemorial of Saint Maximilian Mary Kolbe, priest and martyr
Matthew18:21 - 19:1
I will immediately forgive any wrongs I suffer today, and I will try to sacrifice myself in a hidden way for someone else God Lifts Up the LowlyLuke 1:39-56
Saturday of Sixth Week of Easter
I will be generousand joyful when I am asked to help out. No Cheap SoulsMatthew 18:1-5 10, 12-14.
Tuesday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time.
I will reach out to someone who is sick or has drifted away from the Church. Death and TaxesMatthew 17: 22-27.
Monday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time.
I will find time to spend with Christ in the Blessed Sacrament today or find a way to give witness to Christ in the midst of my daily occupations, manifesting my faith publicly. The Bread of Eternal LifeJohn 6:41-51.
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
I willspend time before the Blessed Sacrament and read all of Chapter Six of St. John’s Gospel, in which Jesus gives his discourse on the Bread of Life. I will ask the Holy Spirit to deepen my faith that the Eucharist is the center of my life, and I will embrace the teaching that nothing else has as much importance as true devotion to the Eucharist. Turn to JesusMatthew 17: 14-20.
Saturday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time.
Today when I go to prayer, I will look back on the road traveled thus far and be gratefull. Daring DoggednessMatthew 15: 21-28
Sunday of the Twentieth Week in Ordinary Time
I will thank the Lord repeatedly throughout the day Mission Impossible?Matthew 14: 22-36.
Tuesday of the Eighteenth Week in Ordinary Time.
I will make a firm resolve to pray intensely today. Love's Labor TransfiguredMark 9: 2-10
Second Sunday of Lente
I will make a generous decision to overcome some area of selfishness in a relationship today. Glimpsing the Depths of JesusJohn 6: 24-35.
Eighteenth sunday in Ordinary Time.
I will find a way to visit Jesus in the Eucharist today. If it is really impossible, I will make a spiritual communion, asking Jesus to come into my heart even though I cannot receive him in this moment and asking him to increase my faith, hope and love in him. Powerful NetI will invite someone to join me this Sunday at Mass< Previews 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Next >