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Jesus at Prayer Mark 1:29-39
Wednesday of the First Week in Ordinary Time
I will invoke Our Lord in short and simple prayers throughout today, telling him I love him and asking for the grace of a greater intimacy with him through prayer.
The Steep and Thorny Road of Truth Mark 1:21-28
Tuesday of the First Week in Ordinary Time
Today I will offer Christ something that is good but not necessary. By doing this, I will show my love for him and grow in self-detachment, so I can be more open to the good that he wishes to give me.
A Humble and Contrite Heart Mark 1:14-20
Monday of the First Week in Ordinary Time
I will meekly apologize for having offended someone without touching on anything negative about that person.
Strength in Humility Luke 3:15-16, 21-22
First Sunday in Ordinary Time
Today I will read and reflect upon the Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 1262-1270.
Where Less is More Saturday after Epiphany
I will pray a litany of humility with great fervor today before I go to bed.
When God So Wills Friday after Epiphany
I will entrust someone I know to be living a bad life to the power of Our Lord's mercy.
The Awesome Presence Thursday after Epiphany
I will visit our Lord in the Eucharist today
Walking with Christ Thursday after Epiphany
I will seek to remember the goals I have to achieve today for eternity: holiness of life, fulfillment of God's will, and service of my neighbor.
The Power of My Nothingness Tuesday After Epiphany
I will stop sometime in the middle of the day to spiritually place what I am doing into Christ's hands.
The Passing of the Torch Monday After Epiphany
Matthew 4: 12-17; 23-25
I will develop a simple plan to help my parish in its efforts to evangelize.
I Came, I Saw and I Was Conquered Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord
I will work to improve my charity with the members of my family today, loving them as Christ does.
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Readings for Mass
First Reading: Isaiah 60:1-6
Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 72:1-2, 7-8, 10-11, 12-13
Second Reading: Ephesians 3:2-3, 5-6
Gospel: Matthew 2:1-12
The Right Word at the Right Time John 1: 35-42
Memorial of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Religious
From now on, I will try to be more courageous in sharing my faith with others and in getting them involved so that they can have a life-changing personal encounter with Christ.
Be Inspired! John 1:29-34
Today I will renew in prayer my personal commitment to always seek to know and follow God’s will in my life. I will try to heed the inspirations that the Holy Spirit gives to guide me on the right path.
Aspiring to Humility John 1:19-28
Memorial of Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops and Doctors of the Church
I will make an extra effort today to show through my actions what it means to love Christ and one another.
Our Mother Knows the Song of the Angels Luke 2: 16-21
The Seventh Day in the Octave of Christmas
In Mary's presence, I will strive to "sing this new song" (the Christian virtue I have determined to cultivate) today by making a special effort in one aspect of living this virtue.
Looking for You John 1:1-18
The Sixth Day in the Octave of Christmas
Today I will speak with someone about Jesus' love for us as demonstrated through his Incarnation.