Good morning! I’ll be going live in moments with Morning Musings and Devotions on this Thursday of the 29th Week in Ordinary Time.
Saint Anthony Mary Claret, pray for us!
“Although the sinner does not believe in Hell, he shall nevertheless go there if he has the misfortune to die in mortal sin.”
— Anthony Mary Claret
Saint John of Capistrano, pray for us!
Good morning and Happy Monday! Here is the Divine Office, Morning Prayer for the Memorial of Pope St. John Paul II. I’m a bit off my game this morning, so my apologies. All I can say…is that parenthood is hard. I am sure most of you can relate and I need say no more. Still we persevere, we pray, and we move forward in hope, and with confidence that the Lord is writing a special story for each of us, and that all works to the good in His Perfect Plan. God bless you; God keep you; God love you.
Perhaps I shall return later for a Holy Rosary? We shall see…
At least I can find humor in my poor Twitter commenter who said, “It’s good but too much Jesus…” I hadn’t even talked about Jesus much at that point! I think he or she was taking issue with my image of the Sacred Heart. I can only take it as a compliment and say– You can NEVER have too much Jesus, and if you read John 6, I think Our Blessed Lord agrees!
*Divine Office, Morning Prayer
*Mass readings of the Day
*Magnificat reflection with commentary
*In Conversation With God reflection with commentary
*Morning Prayer, Memorial of the North American Martyrs
*Reading from today’s Office of Readings from Saint Isaac Jogues
* Reading and musings on perseverance in living out the duties of our state in life from In Conversation With God’s Thursday of the 28th week in Ordinary Time third reflection.
*Prayer to Overcome Our Principal Fault
*Entrustment of our day to the Blessed Mother