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Friday, Apr. 20, 2018

Easter Weekday – Liturgical color white

TODAY’S READINGS

Acts 9:1-20/Jn 6:52-59 (277)

Saint of the Day

St. Anastasius of Sinai

Thought of the day

This is a time for the Church to rediscover the meaning of the mission entrusted to her by the Lord on the day of Easter: to be a sign and an instrument of the Father’s mercy. — Pope Francis

  Weekly Prayer

Lord, Jesus Christ, let me seek you by desiring you, and let me desire you by seeking you. Let me find you by loving you, and love you by finding you.

I confess, Lord, with thanksgiving, that I am made in your image, so that I can remember you, think of you, and love you. But that image is so worn and blotted out by faults, and darkened by the smoke of sin, that it cannot do that for which it was made, unless you renew and refashion it.

Lord, I am not trying to make my way to your height, for my understanding is in no way equal to that, but I do desire to understand a little of your truth which my heart already believes and loves.

I do not seek to understand so that I can believe, but believe so that I may understand; and what is more, I believe that unless I do believe, I shall not understand.
Amen.

~ St. Anselm of Canterbury


  The Pope’s Prayer Intention for April 2018


  • Evangelization: Formation in Spiritual Discernment

    That the Church may appreciate the urgency of formation in spiritual discernment, both on
    the personal and communitarian levels.

     

     

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