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St. George

St. George is the patron of soldiers and the patron of many nations, including Palestine; Lebanon; England; Georgia; Malta. He is also the patron of Palestinian Christi


Readings of the day: Monday of the Fourth Week of Easter

Athirst is my soul for the living God


Lord Jesus, by the gift of Your Holy Spirit enable us in prayer to assimilate the truth

Lord Jesus, by the gift of Your Holy Spirit enable us in prayer to assimilate the truth and wisdom of Your life and teaching so that we may know You more clearly, love


Sts. Caius and Soter

Cauis and Soter, Popes of the early Church, are both venerated in tradition as martyrs, though no reliable account of their martyrdom survives today.


Readings of the day: Fourth Sunday of Easter

The stone rejected by the builders has become the cornerstone


“Lord, You are our Good Shepherd and we are Your sheep

“Lord, You are our Good Shepherd and we are Your sheep who follow You every day of our life.”


Readings of the day: Saturday of the Third Week of Easter

How shall I make a return to the Lord for all the good he has done for me? or:


St. Anselm

On April 21, the Catholic Church honors Saint Anselm, the 11th and 12th-century Benedictine monk and archbishop best known for his writings on Christ's atonement and th


Holy Spirit, enlighten me that I may know You more

The power of the Holy Spirit becomes evident in the mission of Peter. The first reading describes two accounts of healing by Peter.


St. Agnes of Montepulciano

St. Agnes of Montepulciano was born in 13th-century Tuscany. At the age of six, Agnes began trying to convince her parents to allow her to join a convent. She was final


Readings of the day: Friday of the Third Week of Easter

Go out to all the world and tell the Good News


Lord, help me to change often

Not only was Jesus not cursed by being crucified, he was vindicated and exalted by God. Paul spent the rest of his life being a herald of this new King and His gospel.


St. Expeditus

At one time there was much talk of a Saint Expeditus, and some good people were led to believe that, when there was need of haste, petitioning Saint Expeditus was likel


Readings of the day: Thursday of the Third Week of Easter

Let all the earth cry out to God with joy


May God bless us and keep us all the days of our life

Faith in Jesus Christ is a grace, a mystery; it comes from God. Each one of us is invited by God to be attentive to God’s presence and be open to God’s touch in our


Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin

April 18 commemorates the feast of Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin, a Canadian woman whose life was a story of obedience in the face of personal setbacks.


Readings of the day: Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter

Let all the earth cry out to God with joy.


Lord, sustain and nourish me

As the persecutions arose against the Church in Jerusalem, the word of God spread out to Samaria and many believed. The Gospel is more powerful than any earthly power o


St. Stephen Harding

St. Stephen Harding is regarded as the founder of the Cistercian monasteries. He was born in Dorset, England, and educated at Sherborne Abbey.


Readings of the day: Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter

Into your hands, O Lord, I commend my spirit.


Lord, You are my rock and my fortress

Lord, You are my rock and my fortress; for Your name’s sake lead and guide me.

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