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Rest in Peace Christopher Plummer

Last Friday we lost the very talented actor, Christopher Plummer. He rose to fame in a bygone era when men were men and movies that portrayed heroism and virtue were still acceptable. For Catholics, his most notable movies are The Sound of Music and The Scarlet and the Black.

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A light to reveal you to the nations

Most of us know that today, February 2nd, is the celebration of the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord. But did you know that today is also the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, which is known as Candlemas?

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Rosary Crusade for Life

Last Friday, January 22nd, marked the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision, which made abortion legal in all 50 states.

During today's Women of Grace Rosary Crusade, we will intercede in a special way for life. We will be praying for those who have lost their lives and those who have been traumatized by abortion. Thank you in advance for praying with us.

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For such a time as this

As we enter a new era of leadership and an uncertain future, we may be asking ourselves, what can we do to support the cause of peace?

Here at Women of Grace, we continue to encourage you to put on the armor of God and pick up your spiritual weapon, the Rosary, every day. Time and again, Our Lady has come to the aid of God's people. She won't let us down now. But we must do our part.

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Ad te, beate Ioseph

Dear Rosary Crusaders welcome to 2021! We humbly ask you to pray for the mission of Women of Grace as plans come together for upcoming events, programs, studies, and other spiritual formation opportunities.

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God created man in His own image

 

January 3
"So God created man in His own image."
-Genesis 1:26
For Reflection
What does this passage tell us about ourselves and who we were created to be? What does it tell you about all of human life?
  

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God is Love

 

January 2
"God is love."
-John 4:16
For Reflection
What is love? What are its characteristics? What is the true purpose of love? Where did you see love operating in your life in 2020? How will you love
more in 2021?
  

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It is good when a soul loves solitude

February 25

"It is good when a soul loves solitude; it's a sign that it takes delight in God and enjoys speaking with Him."

-St. Jane Frances de Chantal

 

For Reflection:

How do I respond to solitude? Do I embrace it or flee from it? What does this tell me about my interior life and my relationship with God?

      (Quote from Graceful Living)

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God said

February 24
"God said: 'Why do you never stop asking to taste of My delights, yet you refuse the tribulations?'"
-St. Margaret of Cortona
For Reflection:
This is a good question to ask myself. What is my response?
      (Quote from Graceful Living)

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Endure the fire

February 23   
Feast of St. Polycarp, Bishop and Martyr (D. 155)
"Leave me as I am. The one who gives me strength to endure the fire will also give me strength to stay quite still on the pyre, even without the precaution of your nails."
-St. Polycarp at his martyrdom
For Reflection:
How is God giving me the strength of endurance today?
      (Quote from Graceful Living)

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