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Begin again with joy

June 7
“Do not let the past disturb you. Leave everything in the Sacred Heart of Jesus and begin again with joy.
– St. Teresa of Calcutta
Today’s Reflection
Gather your regrets and your worries today and place them into the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Then begin again with joy!
  

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Love has a hem to her garment

April 9
“Love has a hem to her garment
That reaches the very dust.
It sweeps the stains
From the streets and lanes,
And because it can, it must.”
-Anonymous poem,
beloved by St. Teresa of Calcutta, describing St. Fabiola
Today's Reflection:
How dusty has my hem gotten in service of others?
  

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The hunger for love

February 12
"The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread."
-St. Teresa of Calcutta
Today's Reflection:
What a beautiful reminder it is to know that we all ache for love. And how lucky are we to have a Father who loves us so much. Today, thank God for the love He continually pours out on you, and remember to share that love with every soul you encounter.
  

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My prayer for you

February 8
"And so, my prayer for you is that truth will bring prayer in our homes, and from the foot of prayer will be that we believe that in the poor it is Christ. And we will really believe, we will begin to love. And we will love naturally, we will try to do something. First in our own home, next door neighbor in the country we live, in the whole world."
-St. Teresa of Calcutta
Today's Reflection:
How often we forget how important it is to love those closest to us; the ones that can frequently be the hardest to love. Ask the Lord today to shine light on the areas within your family where you need to grow in greater love. Then, go home and love them!
  

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Better and happier

February 4
"Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier."
-St. Teresa of Calcutta
Today's Reflection
In my daily encounter with others, do I keep in mind the impact I can have on them? Do I strive to be an instrument for Christ's love? Do people leave after an encounter with me striving to be "better and happier"?
  

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Missionaries into the Hearts of Our Families

A recent Friday morning found me at the funeral Mass for a friend’s mother, and I had to take the two youngest with me. We lasted only a few minutes in the main church. My three year old, his toddler voice echoing during the quiet and solemn service, sent us into the vestible. I could hear the readings from the speakers back there, and listened while the kids sprawled at my feet. It was Matthew’s Gospel of the final judgement, where Christ tells of separating the sheep from the goats. I felt my stomach knotting up as I listened.

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Healing Luke with Hope

Women of Grace Regional Coordinator, Diana Marie Salsman recently asked if we would join her family in praying a novena to Blessed Teresa of Calcutta for her grandson Luke, who is in the preparation stage for an Allogeneic transplant.   This is a very serious procedure which has the potential of saving Luke's life and bringing him back to health.  A tentative date of Nov 4 has been set for the transplant and the preparation is set to begin on October 13th, the feast of the miracle at Fatima.

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