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Reflection 55: Creation Reflects the Mercy of God - Think of the most beautiful sunset possible, gleaming over the wide ocean in the evening with the sky radiant in color.  Or think of the majestic mountain peaks piercing through a bright blue sky, or a mighty waterfall, pouring forth from the heights.  All of these gifts...
Reflection 54: Praying for Others - It’s easy to presume that everyone we know will go to Heaven.  This, of course, should be our hope.  But if one is to attain Heaven, there must be a true interior conversion.  Each person who enters Heaven is there because of a personal decision to give one’s life to Christ and to turn from sin.  How...
Reflection 53: Difficulties in Prayer - There are both interior and exterior difficulties we encounter as we attempt to form a daily habit of prayer.  Interior difficulties: discouragement, dryness, heaviness of spirit and temptations.  These difficulties are overcome through patience and perseverance.  Exterior...
Reflection 52: Daily Prayer - What is it that makes your soul beautiful?  Prayer.  What is it that keeps you from sin?  Prayer.  What is it that fills you with hope?  Prayer.  What is it that leads you on the road to holiness?  Prayer.  Prayer is the key to all things.  Without prayer, each and every day...
Reflection 51: Pure Love - Do you love with a pure love?  What does this form of love look like?  Pure love is one that flows directly from the Heart of Christ to and through your life.  This holy love has beautiful characteristics.  First, it is plentiful.  When we love with the Heart of Christ we love in abundance.  There...
Reflection 50: Hearing the Voice of God - It’s true that, throughout your day, God is speaking to you.  He is constantly communicating His truth and His direction for your life, and He is constantly bestowing His Mercy.  The problem is that His voice is ever so gentle and silent.  Why?  Because He wants all of your attention.  He...
Reflection 49: Being Misunderstood - We are called to be saints.  And if we walk down that road, we will be called to live heroic virtue.  Heroic virtue will not always be understood by others.  In fact, in the opinion of worldly wisdom, heroic and holy virtue is foolishness.  But we must not allow the...
Reflection 48: Silence - Our tongue can build others up, or cut them down.  Our tongue also has a direct effect upon our own soul.  When the tongue speaks words inspired by God, we grow in holiness.  When the tongue speaks words not from God, we do great damage to our souls and others.  The...
Reflection 47: Recognizing the Needs of Others - Often times we can be so preoccupied with ourselves and our own problems that we fail to see the struggles and needs of those around us, especially those of our own family.  At times...
Reflection 46: Daily Duties are the Path to Heaven - It is true that our goal must be Heaven.  We must constantly keep our eyes on this eternal reality.  Why?  Because in comparison to this passing world, Heaven is all that ultimately matters.  So how do we keep our focus on Heaven without becoming complacent with...


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  • Glory Overshadowing the Cross

    February 25, 2024 - Second Sunday of Lent (Year B) - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The Perfection of Love

    February 24, 2024 - Saturday of the First Week of Lent - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • Beyond Forgiveness

    February 23, 2024 - Friday of the First Week of Lent - Saint Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The Church Shall Always Prevail

    Thursday, February 22, 2024 - Chair of Saint Peter, Apostle—Feast - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The One True Sign of the Cross

    February 21, 2024 - Wednesday of the First Week of Lent - Saint Peter Damian, Bishop and Doctor of the Church - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • Praying the Our Father

    February 20, 2024 - Tuesday of the First Week of Lent - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The Least Deserving

    February 19, 2024 - Monday of the First Week of Lent - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The Ministry of Angels

    February 18, 2024 - First Sunday of Lent (Year B) - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • Make the Radical Choice, Today

    February 17, 2024 - Saturday after Ash Wednesday - Seven Holy Founders of the Servite Order—Optional Memorial - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

  • The Transforming Power of Fasting

    February 16, 2024 - Friday after Ash Wednesday - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!

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