Ground to dust

October 22
“I would like to be ground to dust for the Immaculate Virgin and have the dust be blown away by the wind all over the world.”
-St. Maximilian Kolbe
Today’s Reflection:
How can I, like St. Maximilian Kolbe, allow myself to be dust that’s blown all over my piece of the world?

 

Quote taken from The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

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Help! Yoga & Mindfulness Are in My Child’s School

We continue to receive questions from concerned parents of both public and parochial school children whose schools are introducing yoga and mindfulness into the curriculum in some way. What can they do to counter this worrying trend?

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Are you a one-issue voter?

Have you been accused of being a “one issue voter” because you vote in accordance with Catholic Church teaching with regard to protecting and defending life? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, you are in very good company. Read the rest…

Behave as a soldier

October 21
“Each time that my enemy would provoke me to combat, I behave as a gallant soldier.”
– St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Today’s Reflection:
What does it mean to be a gallant soldier? How can you more closely model St. Thérèse’s example when your enemy provokes you?

 

Quote taken from The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

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Love engendering love

October 20

“Without a doubt, the Church’s most popular and beloved expression of Marian devotion is the Rosary. It’s my favorite expression too. Love engendering love-that’s the secret of the Rosary.”

– Dr. Scott Hahn

Today’s Reflection:

How does the Rosary, as love, engender love, in my own life?

 

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Whom shall I send ? The “Three Sue’s”

A friend is the fabric which covers your life with Christ love. One friend’s famous quote sown in my soul is, “We all know Jesus loves us but sometimes you need Jesus with skin on.” A true friend is one who shows Christ’s love in action.

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Abandon yourself unreservedly

October 19
“Few souls understand what God would accomplish in them if they were to abandon themselves unreservedly to Him and if they were to allow His grace to mold them accordingly.”
 -St. Ignatius of Loyola
Today’s Reflection:
In what ways do I fail in abandoning myself unreservedly to God?

 

Quote taken from The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

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The prayer of the righteous

October 18
 “The prayer of the righteous is powerful and effective.”
-James 5:16
Today’s Reflection:
How can I be more righteous today?

 

Quote taken from The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

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Gaze with the eyes of your heart

October 17
“When we gaze into the eyes of Christ with the eyes of our heart, we begin to see things as they truly are. Under His gaze of love our prayer begins to resonate with the will of the Father.”
-Dr. Anthony Lilles
Today’s Reflection:
How can I gaze more deeply into the eyes of Christ?

 

Quote taken from The Rosary: Your Weapon for Spiritual Warfare

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