Thursday, September 21 - St. Matthew

After Matthew decided to leave his job and follow

Jesus, he had Jesus over for supper.

Right now, Jesus is talking to you as He talked

to Matthew. Jesus says: "Here I stand, knocking

at the door. If anyone hears Me calling and opens

the door, I will enter his house and have supper

with him, and he with Me." Open the door, give

your life totally to Jesus; have supper with Jesus;

be in daily, intimate Communion with God.

 

Friday, September 22 - 1Tim6:2-12 - 

Ps 49:6-10, 17-20  -  Luke 8:1-3

To live as disciples of Jesus, we must deny

our very selves, take up our cross each day,

and follow in His steps. To be disciples of

Jesus, we must put Jesus in a class by

Himself and love Him so supremely and

uniquely that by comparison we seem to

hate everyone else --even our families

and ourselves. To be disciples of Jesus,

we must renounce all our attachments.

Make the greatest decision of your life.

Decide to live your Baptism and live as

a disciple of Jesus.

 

Saturday, September 23 - St. Padre Pio

The best soil for a good harvest is newly

tilled soil. To a gardener, when the soil is

completely turned upside-down, broken-up

into clods, when it is not at all smooth, such

soil is optimal for making seeds sprout and grow.

Have you ever had a broken heart and felt like

your life was turned upside-down, inside-out,

worked over and as one big upheaval? Then,

to Jesus, the Gardener, you are a beautiful

sight to behold. You are just like the good soil

that has been tilled and worked over, ready

for planting, for a miraculous abundant harvest.

Right now decide to give your life full of

upheavals to Jesus.

St. Padre Pio's zeal for the Holy Eucharist

held him in rapture as he celebrated Holy Mass.

 

Sunday, September 24 -Is 55:6-9, Phil 1:20-24, 27

Ps 145:2-3, 8-9, 17-18  -  Matt 20:1-16

People often think or say "the Lord's way is not fair!"

The Labors in the vineyard who worked all day

were saying in essence the same thing. But God's

way are not our ways. All praise and glory to God

that His ways are not human ways. Human history

is littered with the refuse of sin, greed, injustice,

and misery, which are the wages of human ways.

The Lord's ways on the contrary are not limited to

"fair"  but are merciful, gracious, slow to anger,

of great kidness. His generosity trumps fairness.

Now we have a choice. We can rejoice in the

unbounded mercy and generosity of God. Or, we

can grumble that the Lord is not "fair."

 

Monday, September 25 - Ez 1:1-6 - Ps 126:1-6

Luke 8:16-18

Jesus said there were 4 groups of people in this

world. He compared these groups to a footpath,

rocky ground, ground that produces briers, and

good ground. Only one of the 4 groups receives

God's Words so as to bear fruit. This means that

we who share God's Word can expect a lot of

failure. Nevertheless, the Lord gives us

encouragement to share His Word despite the

failure of many to accept it.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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                                                                                                                                                We are centered on the Eucharist and the love of our Mother. 

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