Saturday of the Thirty-Fourth, or Last, Week in Ordinary Time; Blessed Virgin Mary

Daily Lectio
Readings of the day: RB 51Mass: Daniel 7:15-27; Resp. Psalm (Dn 3); Luke 21:34-36


Be vigilant at all times and praythat you may have the strength to stand before the Son of Man.(Gospel Acclamation, Mass)
As we prepare to enter the season of Advent, it is time to remind ourselves to pray without ceasing
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A "Yes" That Overcame All Fear

Chapter Talks

“Her willingness was her magnificence.  This we know and marvel at when we recall how You first came to us,” (Upon A Luminous Night, Christine Rogers, p.9).  Mary’s willingness was echoed in her ‘yes’…her ‘yes’, says the poem further on, “to a thing she only partly understood” (p.9).  This ‘yes’, which was encirc
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The Interior Space of Advent

Chapter Talks


“O dark dark dark…I said to my soul be still and let the dark come upon you, which shall be the darkness of God” (“East Coker”).  As we reflect on these poetic and familiar words of T.S. Eliot I am sure they conjure up many things for each of us.  As we begin Advent, could we pray the grace to let the darkness come
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