Wednesday, November 14 - Titus 3:1-7 Ps 23:1-6
Let us be thankfull and joyful to our Lord for our salvation.
Without Jesus' suffering, death and resurrection and ascension
our lives would be hell on earth and hell. Praise be Jesus,
our only Savior!
Thursday, November 15 - St. Albert the Great
As we come to the end of the Church's year, the Church
calls us to read about the end of the world. The Church is
reminding us that Jesus will return at the end of the world
and many other signs will occur. Let us turn the worst day
into the greatest day, by praying, repenting, forgiving and
surrender our human will to His Divine Will. Trust Jesus,
our only Hope.
It's said that St. Albert prayed the entire book of Psalms
Friday, November 16 - St. Margaret of Scotland
and St. Getrude
At the end of the world, many people will not be
prepared. This has also been the case with Noah's
flood, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, and
others catastrophes. Thus to be prepared for the future
we must be prepared in the present for anything.
Are you ready for the end of the world and Jesus'
final coming now? Are you ready to die now?
To be ready for anything now, we must be living
in and for Jesus alone. Jesus in our only hope,
and the only hope.
Saturday, November 17 - St. Elizabeth of Hungary
God's timing is different than ours. God is both very
slow and very fast by our standards. We often
emphasize God's supposed slowness. Yet we
should also focus on His speed. We must have
faith concerning what we hope for, and not lose heart.
St. Elizabeth dedicated herself to prayer for the poor.
She gave up luxury and leisure to live a life of
penance and caring for the sick.
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