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Saint Perpetua and Saint Felicity and their Companions, Martyrs (I)
March 7

Saint Chrodegang, Bishop of Metz
March 6

Saint Gerasimus, Abbot
March 5

Out of the Circle
Do you Consider your list of friends on Facebook and Twitter an accomplishment? Do you know that Jesus gave a pointed teaching on who should be included in our circle long before these technologies even existed?

Fr. Michael Sliney's Vlog: 3rd Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael talks about the kind of "fruit" that God wants us to produce in our Christian lives.

Those Whom the Father Seeks
Jesus said that the Father is seeking those who worship Him in Spirit and in Truth. This sounds lofty and religious, but what exactly does He mean?

Saint Casimir of Poland, The Peace Maker (II)
March 4

How to Keep Your Lent Promises
Father John Bartunek offers three suggestions.

Put God at the Center
Challenge: Pray a special prayer for humility every day this week.

Saint Cunegund, Widow
March 3

The Seven Capital Sins: #5 Covetousness
Fr. Michael explains the sin of covetousness and gives practical tips on how we can overcome it in our lives.

Holy Gospel: March 9
'Should you not have had pity on your fellow servant, as I had pity on you?’ (Matthew 18:21-35)

Holy Gospel: March 8
"No prophet is accepted in his own native place." (Luke 4:24-30)

Holy Gospel: March 7
‘One sows and another reaps.’ (John 4:5-42)

Holy Gospel: March 6
'My son, you are here with me always; everything I have is yours.'

Holy Gospel: March 5
"The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone." (Matthew 21:33-43, 45-46)

Holy Gospel: March 4
'They have Moses and the prophets. Let them listen to them.' (Luke 16:19-31)

Holy Gospel: March 3
"Whoever wishes to be great among you shall be your servant." (Matthew 20:17-28)

The Holy Father´s Week: March 1, 2010
A report on Benedict XVI´s messages and activities.

Longing
The purpose of our Lenten disciplines are not to make us miserable. Do you have a clear understanding of what fasting is really about?

Fr. Michael's Vlog: 2nd Sunday of Lent
Fr. Michael reflects on the importance of going to a quiet place to pray, just like Jesus took his disciples up the mountain.

God's Call to Those Who Lead
Why did God institute national leadership? What is expected of national leaders, and what consequences are suffered when they go astray from their divine mandate?

No One Knows the Son Except the Father
Challenge: Today, read a Gospel passage, exercising your faith in it as God’s own word, full of light and truth.

Do You Really Want to Be Perfect?
Challenge: Entrust to Our Lady the entire project of your personal sanctification.

Pretending to Be and Truly Being Holy
Challenge: If you have lied, take a concrete step towards living integrity.

Asking for Forgiveness
A lesson from Pope John Paul II on how to forgive.

The Power of Prayer
Trusting that God will answer the prayers we make.

We Are Well on Our Way But Not There Yet!
Can I count on your generous financial support today?

Just a Little Fishy
Besides personal mortification Lent is also a time to re-check your ethic. Did you know Jonah was a reluctant prophet?

Blessed Are the Pure of Heart
Challenge: Today, whenever you fall, remember to admit your own fault to God. Get back up quickly and keep going.


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