Tuesday of the Second Week of Easter Faith is a divine and celestial light, a participation in the eternal, inaccessible light, a beam radiating from the face of God. — St. John Eudes
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Solemnity of the Annunciation of the Lord O Mother blest! And chosen shrine wherein the Architect divine | Whose hand contains the earth and sky vouchsafed in hidden guise to lie; | Blest in the message Gabriel brought; blest in the work…
Second Sunday of Easter/Sunday of Divine Mercy And you, Faustina, a gift of God to our time, a gift from the land of Poland to the whole Church, obtain for us an awareness of the depth of divine mercy; help us to have a living experience of…
Saturday within the Octave of Easter How long has Jesus been knocking at the door of your heart, waiting to enter? — St. John Baptist de la Salle
Friday within the Octave of Easter Be joyful, brothers and sisters. Keep your faith, and do the little things that you have seen and heard with me. — St. David of Wales
For Those Who Have Responsibility in Economic Matters: That economists may have the courage to reject any economy of exclusion and know how to open new paths.
Thursday within the Octave of Easter Thanks be to thee, my Lord, Jesus Christ, for all the benefits thou hast given me, for all the pains and insults thou has borne for me. O most merciful Redeemer, friend and brother, may I know thee more…
Wednesday within the Octave of Easter All seek joy, but it is not found on earth. — St. John Chrysostom
Tuesday within the Octave of Easter A good vocation is simply a firm and constant will in which the person who is called must serve God in the way and in the places to which almighty God has called him. — St. Francis de Sales
Monday within the Octave of Easter Be lovers of peace, the most precious treasure that anyone can desire. — St. Francis of Paola