Monday, February 26, 2018

I hope all of you got to Mass yesterday – the Transfiguration (our 4th Luminous Mystery).  I tried to post a picture of my son Tony on Saturday, but I believe it came up a blank square…let’s try this.

Tony - 18

Some thoughts for prayer:

Today’s Readings for Feb 26th

The Divine Mercy Chaplet

Traditional Rosary – the Joyful Mysteries

My personal 7-day Rosary – Salvation Mysteries I

Have a great Monday and remember – in all you do, do for the greater glory of God…it adds that special touch to even the most mundane tasks we perform in our lives.

3 thoughts on “Monday, February 26, 2018

  1. In the penitential rite we say to our Savior, “Lord have mercy”. Mercy can be seen as coming from our mind, our thoughts toward others or for our own self. In this Lent we could move to the heart and not the mind alone, where mercy becomes now compassion. And compassion means that we feel what the other feels. Have we ever thought of our God being that way toward us? Try reading again the story of the Prodigal Son.

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  2. Tony is a great young man! What a beautiful Monday outside as we conclude the last week of February and the second week of Lent. God wants us to be with Him all of the time. Lets turn to Him throughout the day, from START to FINISH. Lets finish strong with God in this Lent as men of strength. From Psalm 62:8 we read “Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us.”

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  3. Thanks to Fr. Dorhauer and Fr. Kenney for posting thoughts for reflection today. This is exactly what I’m hoping for – something that can be looked at throughout the day to keep our focus on God. Not only during Lent, but at all times.

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