About Isabelle Liberatore

Isabelle Liberatore has been a member of the Women of Grace team for nearly a decade. Her professional career began in the Information Technology industry but after returning to her Catholic faith, she had a deep hunger to work for the Lord. A friend persuaded her to become a volunteer at Living His Life Abundantly, now called Women of Grace. She is currently the Director of Administration and Development and works with volunteers, staff and donors to support the organization’s mission to “transform the world one woman at a time.” Isabelle and her husband of 14 years are both cancer survivors and they have many spiritual children through their work and ministry.

Storehouse of blessings

May 24
“The Holy Rosary is the storehouse of countless blessings.“
-Our Lady to Blessed Alan de la Roche
Today’s Reflection
What blessings have unfolded in my life due to my adherence to the Rosary?

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Ground to dust

May 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?

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Behave like a soldier

May 21
 “Each time that my enemy would provoke me to combat, I behave as
a gallant soldier.”
– St. Thérèse of Lisieux
Today’s Reflection
How do you behave as a gallant soldier when the enemy provokes you?

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The eyes of Christ

May 18

“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?

Path of contemplation

May 17
“The Rosary should always be seen and experienced as a path of contemplation.”
–Rosarium Virginis Mariae, 38
Today’s Reflection
In what ways is the Rosary a path of contemplation?

Praying hands

May15
“Throughout the years of mothering my brood of five, I often resorted to my ten fingertips to count my Hail Marys when the task I was immersed in did not allow for holding the beads.”
– Donna Marie Cooper O’Boyle
Today’s Reflection
How simple it is to say the Rosary, as all it takes is a hand of ten fingers! How can I incorporate this simple, yet profound prayer, into my daily life?

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Idleness

May 9
“It is not permissible for anyone to remain idle.”
-Christifidelis Laici, 3
Today’s Reflection
How can you become more engaged in the life of the Church and your Christian faith?

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Say the Rosary Every Day

May 7

“Say the Rosary, to obtain peace for the world and the end of the war.”

– Our Lady of Fatima to the children at Fatima

 

Today’s Reflection

Our Lady of Fatima asked us to pray the rosary for peace in the world. Why is her message more relevant today than ever before? How does this enliven your commitment to praying the Rosary every day?

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Pray your Rosary

May 6

“A priest without a Rosary is like a knight without a sword. With this heavenly weapon, a priest can defeat falsehood, conquer evil, and win innumerable souls for Jesus Christ!”

– Fr. Donald Calloway

 

Today’s Reflection

Pray your Rosary today for the priesthood. Ask Our Lady to increase their fervor this powerful heavenly weapon.

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Be saints!

May 5
“Today we have the greatest need of saints, for whom we must
assiduously implore God.”
—1985 Extraordinary Synod of Bishops
Today’s Reflection
Are you committed to becoming a saint? Pray and implore God for the grace to become a saint and bring your loved ones with you.

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