Feast of St. Wenceslaus, Martyr (907 – 935)


“Brother, what are you tryingenemies 3 to do!”

~St. Wenceslaus to Boleslaus, his brother who conspired to Assassinate him.

For Reflection:

Even at the moment his brother tried to murder him, Wenceslaus responded with loving concern for him and his salvation. Is there a loved one from whom I am estranged or with whom there has been a rift? How is God asking me to be a peacemaker and “healer of the breach?” St. Wenceslaus, pray for me.

gracelinefeature In Conversation with God Vol 5 – b1156 Ordinary Time: Wks 24-34
Francis Fernandez-Carvajal
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24.1 Following Christ requires detachment. The material goods of this world as means to that end. Learning to live Christian poverty.
Jesus asks of disciples, of all of us, a radical and habitual detachment: the firm resolve to be the master of the things we use. This struggle is all the more important nowadays when the desire for having, for owning and enjoying things has become the ultimate aim of many lives…Material means are goods insofar as they are ordered to a higher end: to support a family, to educate one’s children, to acquire a better education for the elevation of society, to help works of apostolate and assist those people who are in need…

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