Thursday, October 18 St. Luke

St. Luke was a physician. He also has been

known as an artist. Physicians and artists usually

have greater powers of observation than most

people. Luke's natural talents, training, missionary

experience, and years of total commitment to Jesus

gave him exceptional, penetrating insights into God's

plan of salvation. As a physician and evangelist, he

healed souls as well as bodies.

Friday, October 19 - St. John de Brebeuf, St. Isaac

Jogues and the North American Martyrs.

Give the Lord all of your life. Give Him your weaknesses

and strength, your failings, frustrations, anxieties--all

of it. He wants to raise you up and transform you that

you may become of one mind and one heart with Him.

Saturday, October 20 - St. Paul of the Cross

The Holy Spirit inspired St. Paul to give up worldly

riches to found a religious order focused on the

Passion of Christ.

Sunday, October 21 - Is 53:10-11 Heb 4:14-16 

Ps 33:4-5, 18-20, 22 - Mark 10:35-45

Jesus suffered on the cross more than can ever

be imagined.  Jesus died because of our sins.

Consequently, each of us is partly responsible

for Jesus' brutal death. The least we can do is

to live lives of thanksgiving to our crucified Savior.  

Monday, October 22 - Pope, St. John Paul II

We grow "rich in he sight of God" by living

as fully as possible His standard, by detaching

from our possessions, and embracing our crosses.

Pope, St. John Paul II shared with the world the

spiritual wealth God gave him, especially

concerning the Theology of the Body.










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