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17 January 1912

Our Lord wants me to give Him all I can give cheerfully, not repining or regretting any sacrifice; not saying, ‘I wish I had not to do this or suffer this cold or pain, etc’, but rather, “I wish I could do more for You Jesus, I wish it were colder’.

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Read: Genesis 35:1-36:43, Matthew 12:1-21, Psalm 15:1-5, Proverbs 3:21-26

Relate: If I were to ask a question, “How many tribes of Israel were there?” I am willing to bet nearly everybody (except those reading the title and expecting a trick) would have answered 12.

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Thoughts for January 17 from Fr Willie Doyle

Are you not foolish in wishing to be free from these attacks of impatience, etc.? I know how violent they can be, since they sweep down on me at all hours without any provocation.

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Strength in Numbers

As I mentioned last week, I’ve been having a lot of stuff go on recently. Currently it feels like everything that could possibly go wrong is and there’s nothing I can do about it. 309 more words

The Power of Purpose

Wow! this is a powerful post! We do not realize what the power of a purpose can do to change our world!

I hear now and again of the reason that prayer was outlawed in the schools here in the U.S. 1,518 more words


Virtue of the Week - Patience

  Patience as a virtue means being able to bear that which is annoying or painful, a misfortune or a setback, without complaining, being irritated,  or losing one’s temper. 37 more words


Thoughts for January 16 from Fr Willie Doyle

Jesus knows I have only one wish in this world: to love Him and Him alone. For the rest He has carte blanche to do as He pleases in my regard.

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