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Monday of the Fourth Week of Lent

I will praise you, Lord, for you have rescued me.


Finding a joy-filled path

Loving God, lead me to choose wisely and joyfully on this journey to eternal life with you.


St. Aurea

St. Aurea was born around the year 1042 in the village of Villavelayo, Spain. As a youth, Aurea studied the Scriptures and the lives of the early martyrs of the Church.


Readings of the day: Fourth Sunday of Lent

Let my tongue be silenced, if I ever forget you!


Transforming prayer

For by grace you have been saved through faith, and this is not from you; it is the gift of God.


St. John Ogilvie

March 10 is the liturgical memorial of Saint John Ogilvie, a 16th- and 17th-century Scotsman who converted from Presbyterianism to Catholicism, served as a Jesuit pries


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

It is mercy I desire, and not sacrifice.


The humble will be lifted

Lord, give me a humble heart this Lent that I might know you without getting in my own way.


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

I am the Lord your God: hear my voice.


St. Gregory of Nyssa

St. Gregory of Nyssa is seen not simply as a pillar of orthodoxy but as one of the great contributors to the mystical tradition in Christian spirituality and to monasti


Putting down our baskets

Jesus, when I feel weighed down with concerns and worries of all kinds, ease my burdens with your love.


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

If today you hear his voice, harden not your hearts.


St. John of God, Confessor

The Catholic Church celebrates the extraordinary life of St. John of God on March 8. The saint lived through decades of sin and suffering before a profound conversion t


Your obedient servant

Lord, help me to grow in love, trust and humility.


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

Praise the Lord, Jerusalem


Sts. Perpetua and Felicity and their Companions

Saints Perpetua and Felicity were martyrs who died for the faith around the year 203.


Remembering God’s blessings

God, may I always remember you are with me in good times and in bad.


St. Colette

Colette was born January 13, 1381 as the daughter of a carpenter named DeBoilet at Corby Abbey in Picardy, France. Orphaned at seventeen, she distributed her inheritanc


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

Remember your mercies, O Lord.


Bound for glory

Lord, lead me not into temptation, but deliver me from evil.

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