Liturgy & Devotions~Daily Meditations



The Little Man in a Tree
Luke 19: 1-10 Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time I will strive to overcome all obstacles to my prayer life today.

We Need to Be Humble in our Dealing with God
Luke 18:9-14 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time I will do an examination of conscience based on my own self-righteousness. Do I tend to excuse myself too easily of my failings? Do I think myself better than others? Do I refuse responsibility for the problems in my life, always blaming them on the other person who is not as intelligent as I am, as good as I am, as perceptive as I am, etc?

Never Lose Heart
Luke 18: 1-8 Saturday of the Thirty Second Week in Ordinary Time I will make an act of humility before our Lord in the Eucharist.

A Mustard Seed Size Faith
Luke 17: 5-10. Twenty-Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time. Today I will put more effort in doing the ordinary things of the day in an extraordinary way, out of love for Jesus.

Take It or Leave It
Luke 9: 1-6 Wednesday of the Twenty-Fifth Week in Ordinary Time Today, make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament and pray earnestly for the intentions of the Holy Father.

A Just Settlement
Luke 8:16-18 Monday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time In my conversations today, I will bear witness to the light by avoiding all slanderous talk, and I will elevate the topics of conversation by talking about things that could inspire others to praise God.

Lost and Found
Today, consciously choose to exercise a virtue that will help you break one of your sinful habits

Human Harshness vs. the Charity of a Saint
Matthew 18:21-19:1 Thursday of the Nineteenth Week in Ordinary Time I will immediately forgive any wrongs I suffer today, and I will try to sacrifice myself in a hidden way for someone else.

Cancelling or Fulfilling Emptiness or Plenitude
Matthew 5:17-19 Wednesday of the Tenth Week of Ordinary Time Today I will take a few moments to reflect upon the Ten Commandments or the duties of my state in life.

A Life of Service
John 13:16-20 Thursday of the Fourth Week of Easter I will do a concrete act of charity today for someone in need.

March 29 -- St. Jonas and St. Barachisius
Martyrs

Judge Notů
John 8: 1-11 Monday of the Twelfth Week in Ordinary Time I will practice mercy and goodness of heart in my thoughts about others today. I will overcome my own tendencies to despair by trusting in Christ.

Pray with Faith
Luke 18:1-8 Saturday of the Thirty-Second Week in Ordinary Time Throughout the day, I will dedicate myself to simple, small invocations and prayers that express my love, gratitude and trust in God.

Letting Jesus Sleep
Matthew 8:23-27 Tuesday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time Today I will take a problem and, with complete trust and confidence in him, leave it totally in God's hands.

The Command to Love
John 15:12-17 Friday of the Fifth Week of Easter I will choose to serve someone today

Holiness and Personal Integrity
Matthew 5:20-26 Friday of the First Week of Lent I will take a hard look at my life to identify the areas where duplicity manifests itself and take a concrete step toward living with more integrity.

On the Way There
Mark 4:35-41 Saturday of the Third Week in Ordinary Time I will analyze one of the greater difficulties in my life and see where I need to apply greater trust in God.

The Real Fight until the End
Luke 9: 51-56 Saint Jerome. Memorial I will be to the one who does an everyday chore in my house

Leading Others to Heaven
Luke 6: 39-42 Friday of the Twenty-Third Week in Ordinary Time I will identify two or three practical things I can do this week to grow in the virtue of humility.

Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Matthew 16: 21-27

A Step beyond Justice
Matthew 5:38-48 Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time I will perform one small act of charity today: thinking or speaking well of someone, or offering myself to help someone.

I Want to Live Forever
John 6: 51-58 Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time. I will try to make it to an additional Mass some time during the week.

Suffering: A Highway to God
Luke 9: 22-25 Thursday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time Before doing something today I will pause to examine the motives for which I do it: is it for me or for God? If it is only for me, I will rectify my intentions or leave the deed aside, especially if I have the opportunity to do something else for God or to serve God in my neighbor.


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