Thursday, July 19 - Is 26:7-9, 12, 16-19
Ps 102:13-21 - Matt 11:28-30
"come to Me, all you who are weary and find
life burdensome, and I will refresh you."
If we ask Jesus He will take over our lives. He
wil acccomplish all that we need to do. He Who
call us is Trusworthy, therefore He will do it.
Friday, July 20 - St. Apollinaris
God is the Lord of time. He can add our time
here on earth. He can even stop time. He can
multiply time. Astoundingly, the Lord can put
time in reverse, as He did in a sign to Hezekiah
(Is 38:8). The Lord has given us the precious
gift of time on earth. Make the most of it,
growing in holiness, evangelization, repentance.
Saturday, July 21 - St. Lawrence of Brindisi
Great evils are taking place in our midst, but a
greater grace is also at work. Therefore, we have
every reason to be full of hope in the name of Jesus.
St. Lawrence once found himself in a town with
no Catholic Church and so walked 40 miles to
get to Holy Mass.
Sunday, July 22 - Jer 23:1-6 - Eph 2:13-18
Ps 23:1-6 - Mark 6:3-34
It is clear that Jesus is Peace. But is He your Peace?
For this to be so, we must accept Jesus as our Peace
by forgiving, loving, and reconciling with everyone,
including our enemies. We make Jesus our Peace
at the cross. Take up the cross of Peace, your Peace.
Monday, July 23 - St. Bridget of Sweden
St. Bridget of Sweden, was a "succesful failure"
and was canonized in 1391. She is the saint of
We are a Roman Catholic church filled with the love of Christ.
We are centered on the Eucharist and the love of our Mother.
We are here to serve all in the name of the Lord
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