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Daily Reading for Thursday, October 14th, 2021 HD

Reading 1, Romans 3:21-29 21 God's saving justice was witnessed by the Law and the Prophets, but now it has been revealed altogether apart from law: 22 God's saving justice given through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe. 23 No distinction is made: all have sinned and lack God's glory, 24 and all are justified by the free gift of his grace through being set free in Christ Jesus. 25 God appointed him as a sacrifice for reconciliation, through faith, by the shedding of his blood, and ...

Prayer on the Anniversary of a Deceased Person: Prayer of the Day for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

O Lord, the God of mercies, grant unto the souls of Thy servants the anniversary day of whose burial we are keeping, a place of solace, of peaceful rest, of glorious light. Through Christ our Lord, Amen.

Daily Readings for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Reading 1: Romans 1:16-25, Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 19:2-5, Gospel: Luke 11:37-41

St. Wilfrid: Saint of the Day for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Born in Northumberland in 634, St. Wilfrid was educated at Lindesfarne and then spent some time in Lyons and Rome. Returning to England, he was elected abbot of Ripon in 658 and introduced the Roman rules and practices in opposition to the celtic ways of northern England. In 664, he was the architect of the definitive victory of the Roman party at the Conference of Whitby. He was appointed Bishop of York and after some difficulty finally took possession of his See in 669. He labored zealously ...

Prayer Requests Live for Monday, October 11th, 2021 HD

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Daily Reading for Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 HD

Reading 1, Romans 2:1-11 1 So no matter who you are, if you pass judgement you have no excuse. It is yourself that you condemn when you judge others, since you behave in the same way as those you are condemning. 2 We are well aware that people who behave like that are justly condemned by God. 3 But you -- when you judge those who behave like this while you are doing the same yourself -- do you think you will escape God's condemnation? 4 Or are you not disregarding his abundant goodness, ...

Daily Readings for Monday, October 11, 2021

Reading 1: Romans 1:1-7, Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 98:1-4, Gospel: Luke 11:29-32

A Prayer for the Way to Peace: Prayer of the Day for Monday, October 11, 2021

Father of love, hear my prayer. Help me to know Your Will and to do it with courage and faith. Accept my offering of myself, all my thoughts, words, deeds, and sufferings. May my life be spent giving You glory. Give me the strength to follow Your call, so that Your Truth may live in my heart and bring peace to me and to those I meet, for I believe in Your Love.

St. John XXIII: Saint of the Day for Monday, October 11, 2021

The man who would be Pope John XXIII was born in the small village of Sotto il Monte in Italy, on November 25, 1881. He was the fourth of fourteen children born to poor parents who made their living by sharecropping. Named Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the baby would eventually become one of the most influential popes in recent history, changing the Church forever. Roncalli's career within the Church began in 1904 when he graduated from university with a doctorate in theology. He was ordained a ...

Daily Reading for Tuesday, October 12th, 2021 HD

Reading 1, Romans 1:16-25 16 For I see no reason to be ashamed of the gospel; it is God's power for the salvation of everyone who has faith -- Jews first, but Greeks as well- 17 for in it is revealed the saving justice of God: a justice based on faith and addressed to faith. As it says in scripture: Anyone who is upright through faith will live. 18 The retribution of God from heaven is being revealed against the ungodliness and injustice of human beings who in their injustice hold back the ...