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Tuesday, Apr. 13, 2021



Acts 4:32-37/Jn 3:7b-15 (268)

Saint of the Day

Saint Martin I, Pope and Martyr

Thought of the day

The Lord does not want us to do what he himself has not done; namely, give of himself partially. His goodness is so great that he gave himself to us entirely. This is the way he wants us to give ourselves to him. But how can we give ourselves entirely to God? By not holding back anything from him, not even a single desire, that is what the Lord wants from us. — St. Francis de Sales


Dear Friends of Living with Christ,
During this global pandemic of COVID-19, we at Living with Christ want to express our heartfelt appreciation for all you are going through to keep the people in your communities and organizations safe.
In our own way, we are attempting to do the same, both for our readers and customers and for our employees. We are closely following the advice of state and local health authorities in an attempt to do our part to slow the advance of this virus and maintain the safety of our employees.
As Christians, we believe firmly in the power of prayer. At this grave moment, we will provide some FREE resources to help you in your own prayer life.

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At such times as these, our faith protects us from despair and gives us everlasting hope that God will be with us as we bear the responsibility of overcoming this crisis.
We share your suffering and anxiety and will continue to pray for a quick return to health and normality for the entire world.

Joseph Sinasac
Joseph Sinasac

  Weekly Prayer

O God, for forty days and nights
We journey through the desert to you, our heart’s desire.
Wandering and wondering, “Are we there yet?”
Not there, now here, patient in this place.
Be our
Angel of Life
Staff against the serpents
Rod that draws water from rock
Bread from heaven
Cloud of knowing-comfort
Guide of grace
Lamb of sacrifice
Promise of peace.
Lead us to the banks of blooming, where
Manna is living memory
Wine is danced song
Dawn destroys death and
Your Word lights our homes.

~  David L. Coppola

  The Pope’s Prayer Intention for April 2021

  • For a Life of Prayer

    We pray that our personal relationship with Jesus Christ be nourished by the Word of God and a life of prayer.


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