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From the monthly archives: February 2012
“Sorrowful” Tuesdays remind us of our own sinfulness. In turning away from God, we affirmatively reject God’s reaching out to us as He has throughout salvation history. God became man, born as a child, and then died for our sins to show us just how far He’d go to show us His love. May we [...]
“Blessed are you among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.” Luke 1:42. With Mary, we “Visit” Elizabeth on this “Joyful” Monday. As we reflect on Elizabeth’s greeting, let us pray that through our Lenten preparation, we too may be visited by Mary and that we learn to adopt and live her virtues [...]
“Gloriously”, we pray today. In living the faith of Christianity, we begin with the Acension. Jesus returning to His Father’s side begins the drama and the second and last phase of the final battle. May we finally reject a life driven by concerns of the flesh and instead may a life filled with the Spirit [...]
Pray with loving “Joy” on this Saturday! May the wonderful soothing rhythm of a heartfelt Hail Mary linger in our hearts as we recall the birth of infant Jesus. As Mary’s loving and soothing lullaby to our Savior nurtured and immersed her baby with love, may our Hail Mary prayers today reproduce within us the [...]
“Sorrowful” Fridays transport us to the chaotic scene transpiring with Pontius Pilate- the Scourging. Jesus’ only crime was that he was a rebel and threatened the secular status quo. May we be ready to “enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road is easy that leads to destruction…” Matt. 7.13-14.
On this “Luminous” Thursday, we embrace the gift of the Eucharist. As we reflect on receiving the body and blood of Jesus, who once again reaches out to us, let us consider inviting our Blessed Mother to unite her heart to ours the next time we receive the Eucharist. In doing so, may the love [...]
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