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Blessed Maria Adeodata Pisani

Blessed Maria Adeodata Pisani was born into a noble family in Naples, Italy in 1806. Her father was an alcoholic and was exiled after being involved in a revolt. Maria'


Readings of the day: Second Sunday of Lent

I will walk before the Lord, in the land of the living.


Lord Jesus, as You consoled Your three disciples on the mountain and strengthened them to fac

Lord Jesus, as You consoled Your three disciples on the mountain and strengthened them to face, even if somewhat inadequately, the agony of your passion, so strengthen


Blessed Thomas Maria Fusco

Thomas was born to a noble family in 1831 in Pagani, Italy. He was the seventh of eight children.


Readings of the day: Saturday of the First Week of Lent

Blessed are they who follow the law of the Lord!


Lord, help me to love without limit

God’s greatest commandment is to love without limit, so Jesus presents us with a model of loving.


St. Polycarp of Smyrna

On Feb. 23, the Catholic Church remembers the life and martyrdom of St. Polycarp, a disciple of the apostle and evangelist St. John. Polycarp is celebrated on the same


Readings of the day: Friday of the First Week of Lent

If you, O Lord, mark iniquities, who can stand?


Father in heaven, set us truly, truly free from all that is evil

Father in heaven, set us truly, truly free from all that is evil, the evil of war and overwhelming suffering, the evils of debilitating poverty, the evils of all forms


Chair of Saint Peter

The Feast of the Chair of St. Peter celebrates the papacy and St. Peter as the first bishop of Rome. St. Peter's original name was Simon.


Readings of the day: Feast of the Chair of Saint Peter, Apostle

The Lord is my shepherd; there is nothing I shall want.


Lord, grant us the grace to profess our faith in Jesus

“Lord, grant us the grace to profess our faith in Jesus and be able to bear witness to this truth.”


St. Peter Damian

On Feb. 21, Catholics honor Saint Peter Damian, a Benedictine monk who strove to purify the Church during the early years of its second millennium.


Readings of the day: Wednesday of the First Week in Lent

A heart contrite and humbled, O God, you will not spurn.


Lord, thank You for never giving up on me

Sometimes we may think that God’s repentance for someone else, and not for us. We feel our sins are so ‘bad’ or habitual that we can never be forgiven. Today, we


Sts. Francisco and Jacinta Marto

Francisco, 11, and Jacinta, 10, are the youngest non-martyrs to be canonized in the history of the Church. The brother and sister, who tended to their families’ sheep


Readings of the day: Tuesday of the First Week of Lent

From all their distress God rescues the just.


Lord, may Your Word dwell in my heart

The Our Father that Jesus gave to his disciples is a fine expression of God’s Word — it is God’s will for all humanity to walk in justice, truth, and forgiveness,


St. Conrad of Piacenza

Conrad was born into a noble family in northern Italy. He married the daughter of a nobleman, Euphrosyne.


Readings of the day: Monday of the First Week of Lent

Your words, Lord, are Spirit and life.


Lord, grant us increase in sensibility, openness, gentleness and hospitality

Let us pray for the grace to give, not merely our surplus wealth, energy and time, but to embrace the loneliness, abandonment, distress, persecution and poverty of the

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