21 October, Wednesday — Sharing A Life With The Divine

Wednesday of Week 29 in Ordinary Time Ep 3:2-12Lk 12:39-48 “...entrusted by God with the grace He meant for you, and that it was by a revelation that I was given knowledge of the mystery...”  With every grace that we are blessed with, we should be making good by going out to proclaim the good news, or... Continue Reading →

20 October, Tuesday — On-Call Soldiers

Tuesday of Week 29 in Ordinary Time Eph 2:12-22Lk 12:36-38 “See that you are dressed for action and have your lamps lit.” As I was reflecting on today’s readings, I felt a sense of having to be ready -- just like a soldier at war. Sometimes, they sleep with their weapons. Someone’s always at watch. It also made... Continue Reading →

17 October, Saturday — Share your story

Oct 17 – Memorial for St. Ignatius of Antioch, Bishop and Martyr St. Ignatius (c. 50–107) was a convert from paganism to Christianity. He succeeded Peter as bishop of Antioch, Syria. He served during persecution of Domitian. During the persecution of Trajan, he was ordered to be taken to Rome to be killed by wild animals.... Continue Reading →

16 October, Friday — Inheritance

Oct 16 – Memorial for St. Hedwig, Religious; Memorial for St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin St. Hedwig (1174–1243) was the daughter of the Duke of Croatia, and aunt of St. Elizabeth of Hungary. She married Prince Henry I of Silesia and Poland in 1186 at the age of 12, and became the mother of seven. She... Continue Reading →

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