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TODAY’S READINGS

Saint of the Day

Saint Lawrence of Brindisi

Thought of the day

  Weekly Prayer

O God, Creator of the universe,
who extends your paternal concern
over every creature
and guides the events of history
to the goal of salvation,
we acknowledge your fatherly love
when you break the resistance
of humankind and,
in a world torn by strife and discord,
you make us ready for reconciliation.
Renew for us the wonders
of your mercy;
send forth your Spirit
to work in the intimacy of hearts,
that enemies may begin to dialogue,
that adversaries may shake hands
and peoples may encounter
one another in harmony.
May all commit themselves
to the sincere search for true peace
which will extinguish all arguments,
for charity which overcomes hatred,
for pardon which disarms revenge.
Amen.

~ St. John Paul II


  The Pope’s Prayer Intention for July 2018


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