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Reflection 298: The Virus of Senseless Murmuring - One unfortunate tendency within our fallen human nature is to “murmur” about another.  It’s like a virus in that once someone starts, it passes to others quickly.  Before you know it, many can be spreading rumors and gossip not based in truth, or truths not spoken in charity.  This...
Reflection 297: Lessons from Nature - All of creation is capable of reflecting the glory and workings of God.  God is the wisdom behind the Universe, setting all its laws in order and guiding all things perfectly.  We only need to spend time meditating upon the laws of nature to perceive the laws of grace which they reflect.  For...
Reflection 296: A Parent’s Love - Imagine the parent who loves a child with burning love.  They are committed in every way to the care and well-being of their child.  Their love is steady and irrevocable from the time of birth on into adulthood.  Now imagine the pain in this parent’s heart if at some point their child walks...
Reflection 295: The Embrace of the Infant Jesus - It is most appropriate to prayerfully reflect upon being held in the holy arms of our God.  Understanding the Merciful love of the Father in Heaven through the holy embrace of love reveals to us His fatherly care.  Running to the arms of Jesus opens our hearts to His merciful love.  But one image...
Reflection 294: Never Tire of Contemplating the Trinity - Do you understand what you will be doing for all eternity?  Heaven, if we are blessed to obtain it, will be an existence of eternal contemplation of the Most Holy Trinity.  Though there is no time in Heaven, imagine if there were.  And then imagine contemplating the Trinity...
Reflection 293: Reduced to Nothingness - Do you see value in being reduced to nothingness in your own eyes?  Perhaps not.  The reason this language is difficult to accept is that humility is only fully understood by a special gift of God’s grace.  Some ancient philosophers even hold up pride as a great virtue, discounting...
Reflection 292: The Value of Special Vocations - Some people are called to a unique life of prayer and solitude within the context of religious life.  In particular, there are those called to the eremitical life or the cloister.  These holy souls are separated from the world and spend their days in quiet prayer and work.  But...
Reflection 291: The Value of Silent and Hidden Suffering - When something burdens us we often seek consolation from others regarding our suffering by speaking about them openly.  Though it may be beneficial to share our burdens with another to an extent, there is also great value in embracing them silently in a hidden way.  It...
Reflection 290: Bodily Sufferings Redeemed - Many people enjoy excellent health while others do not.  Some experience great physical discomfort in life due to infirmity or old age.  Though many look for ways to alleviate this physical discomfort, it must be said that these pains offer an opportunity for grace.  First...
Reflection 289: The Desire for Souls - When you look at the desire in your heart, what stands out the most?  Certainly there are many things that draw you.  Many worldly rewards and pleasures can easily occupy your longings.  A desire for physical pleasure, money and worldly success are among the strongest desires for...

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    October 24, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

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    October 23, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection Saturday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint John of Capistrano, Priest—Optional Memorial

  • The Convictions of Your Heart

    October 22, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Friday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint John Paul II, Pope—Optional Memorial

  • A Blazing Fire of Mercy

    October 21, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Thursday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time

  • The Lord is Coming, Today

    October 20, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Wednesday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Paul of the Cross, Priest—USA: Optional Memorial

  • Being Vigilant Throughout Life

    October 19, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Tuesday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saints Jean de Brébeuf, Isaac Jogues, Priests and Martyrs; and their Companions, Martyrs—USA: Memorial

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    October 18, 2021 - Daily Gospel Reflection for the Feast of Saint Luke, Evangelist

  • A True Leader

    October 17, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

  • Peace in the Face of Judgment

    October 16, 2021 – Daily Gospel Reflection for Saturday of the Twenty-Eighth Week in Ordinary Time -  Saint Hedwig, Religious—Optional Memorial - Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin—Optional Memorial

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