Shoring Up a Broken Faith

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The extraordinary Synod of Bishops convening this October will be discussing the family. The 2013 survey of Catholics revealed that people are confused about what the Church teaches about families and that the function and purpose of family life is not clearly understood, more so when parents are not the same faiths. When I was [Read More...]

Thursday’s Prayer for Priests

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Sacred Heart of Jesus, Eternal High Priest, let Your love flow into the hearts of your priests and transform them into living images of You. By Your grace, make them true apostles of Your Sacred Heart. I pray for the fulfillment of the promise You made to St. Margaret Mary: “I will give to priests [Read More...]

To Stand in Wait

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Over the years I’ve learned to not turn away from dark nights and to accept the journey inward as a journey towards God. By entering fully into them is to come out the other side sooner. The intense darkness of some of those episodes can, at times, push me over the edge of human limits and [Read More...]

Tuesday’s Prayer for Sisters and Nuns

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Eucharistic Jesus, We do not know, as the seed, what will be made of us. Help our Sisters and Nuns to accept this unknowing as a blessing to trust in Divine Will. Guide them through their growing, their journey to be fruit, harvested and consumed for the purpose of brining souls to you. Give them [Read More...]

Thursday’s Prayer for Priests

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 A novena, starting today, is to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Some of you know about www.praymorenovenas.com. You can visit the website and sign up to receive the daily prayers for the novena. Pray without ceasing made easy.  The Feast of the Sacred Heart has also been established by Pope Saint John Paul II as [Read More...]

Tuesday’s Prayer for Sisters and Nuns in Mosul and throughout Iraq

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Holy Mother of God, hear our prayers for the Sisters and Nuns in Mosul and throughout Iraq who remain in service as the hands of Christ to all those in need. Throughout history these consecrated and holy women have ministered to the sick, injured, and dying. Continue to give our Sisters and Nuns the courage [Read More...]

Prayer for Christians in Mosul and throughout Iraq

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Prayer for Christians in Mosul and throughout Iraq Lord God hear us as we pray, Mother Mary help us to persevere in our efforts, St. Michale protect us as we fight against the evil that threatens Christianity in Iraq.  Hear our prayers that the Christians in Mosul, and throughout the Middle East, who endure persecution, [Read More...]

Thursday’s Prayer for Priests

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Father, you sent your Son Jesus Christ to be our High Priest, and you gave us the gift of the priesthood to continue his saving work.  Bless our priests, and give us more of them.  Make them holy.  Strengthen them to proclaim the Gospel of Life, and to defend the rights of all, especially the [Read More...]

Pentecost, what no fanfare or cupcakes?

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Let me introduce to you Michelle Dawn Jones. She writes, among other things, about life in rural Canada. Her blog is called County Road 21: Simple. True. Beautiful. She asked if I would read something she wrote about Pentecost. I did, liked it and am sharing it with you. I don’t read theology exhaustively, nor church history. [Read More...]

Tuesday’s Prayer for Sisters and Nuns

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In the light of the disturbing and often exaggerated and false reporting news about Tuam, Ireland’s deceased children, that caused a firestorm of confusion and grief, let us pray for our Sisters and Nuns who are caring for the unwanted children in our world. Our Lady of Guadalupe, we pray that you give strength and perseverance [Read More...]


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