Scripture Readings and Meditation

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PRAYER of Saint Bede the Venerable
To be recited after reading Holy Scripture

Let me not, O Lord be puffed up with worldly wisdom,
which passes away, but grant me that love which never ceases,
that I may not choose to know anything among men but
Jesus, and Him crucified. I pray Thee, dear
Jesus, that he upon whom Thou hast graciously given
the sweet savor of the words of knowledge,
may also possess Thee, Font of all wisdom,
and shine forever before thy countenance. Amen

The Holy Face of Jesus

Prayer to the Holy Spirit
"Come Holy Ghost, Creator blest and in our hearts take up thy rest!"
" O, Holy Spirit, beloved of my soul, ... I adore You. Enlighten me, guide me, strengthen me, console me. Tell me what I should do ... give me Your orders. I promise to submit myself to all that You desire of me and to accept all that You permit to happen to me. Let me only know Your will." To be able to do this, will enable your life to flow along happily, serenely, and full of consolation, even in the midst of trials. Cardinal Mercier's prayer to the Holy Spirit.

 

Mary, my dearest mother, Give me your heart so beautiful, so pure, so immaculate, so full of love and humility, that I may receive Jesus as you did- and go in haste to give him to others.    --      Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

Scripture and Meditation

New American Bible Daily Readings Page

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Need a 3 minute retreat- try this link from Loyola Press, a very trustworthy site. The site is Finding God and you can click on the "3 Minute Retreat" for the daily reflection.

http://www.catholicsread.org/current.php (you may have to copy and paste this url)is a free online Bible Study program. In an effort to encourage Catholics to read the Bible and related books, the Catholic Book Publishers Association has a new program called CatholicsRead. Each year they will highlight three books related to the liturgical cycle: 2006: Mark, Isaiah and Revelations; 2007: John, Psalms and God Is Love. Publisher members of CBPA will also offer related books.

 http://www.creighton.edu/CollaborativeMinistry/cmo-retreat.html is a 34 week online Retreat for everyday life. Welcome to an experience of Godís grace in the midst of our busy lives. Begin the retreat with Week 1, at anytime, and follow the guides and resources provided each week.

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Eternal Father, I offer you the Body and Blood,
Soul and Divinity of Your Dearly Beloved Son,
Our Lord, Jesus Christ,
in atonement for our sins
and those of the whole world.
For the sake of His sorrowful Passion,
have mercy on us and on the whole world.

From the Chaplet of Divine Mercy


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