Tuesday, December 11 -Pope St.  Damasus I

Pope St. Damasus I both taught the Truth and

refuted falsehood, particularly by commissioning

the translation of the Bible into Latin, the common

language of his day.

Wednesday, December 12 -Our Lady of Guadalupe

The image of our Lady of Guadalupe contains many

symbols, colors and meanings that showed the

Mexican Indias just how sovereign God was. Many

of them converted to the Catholic Church after

merely looking at the image.

Thursday, December 13 - St. Lucy

St. Lucy suffered violent persecution for the sake

of the Kngdom.

Friday, December 14 -St. John of the Cross

St. John of the Cross identified himself with Christ

crucified. He and St. Teresa of Avila worked

together for years to build up the Carmelite order.

Both saints are doctors of the Church.

Saturday, December 15 - Sir 48:1-4, 9-11

Ps 80:2-3, 15-16, 18-19  -  Matt 17:9-13

Don't think of Christmas. Think of Advent.

Don't act as if Christmas has already come.

Focus on John the Baptizer, not on Santa.

Seek repentance, restoration and

reconciliation need a holy Advent

to have a blessed Chrismas.

Sunday, December 16 - Zep 3:14-18

Phil 4:4-7 - Is 12:2-6  - Luke 3:10-18

No matter how many problems we have,

no matter how bad we feel: "rejoice in the

Lord always. I say it again Rejoice!"

How can we let a little cloud or two

eclipse the Son? who is the source of

our joy.

Monday, December 17 - Gen 49:2, 8-10

Ps 72:1-4, 7-8, 17 - Matt 1:1-17

Jesus loves so much that He entered our

human family. Jesus take over my family.

I give You permission to do whatever You

wish to do for the salvation of my family.

Tuesday, December 18 - Jer 23:5-8

Ps 72:1-2, 12-13, 18-19  -  Matt 1:18-25

St. Joseph was present for the first

Christmas, and he is greatly anointed by

his Foster-Son to help us be present for

this Christmas season. St. Joseph teach

us to have faith in the Lord even when

we don't or can't understand what He

is doing.

Wednesday, Decemer 19 - Jud 13:2-7,

24-25  - Ps:71:3-6, 16-17 - Luke 1:5-25

The Holy Spirit filled St. John the Baptist

even while he was in the womb of his

mother, Elizabeth. Today's Scriptures, and

numerous other verses throughout the

Bible, shows that the Holy Spirit works

powerfully through pre-born babies, infants,

children and youth. Will you pray that the

Spirit fill children and youth and use them

as His mighty instruments.





































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