OUR LADY OF SORROWS

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Readings of the day: Rule of Saint Benedict (RB) 2:33-40Mass: Hebrews 5:7-9; Resp. Psalm 31or 1 Timothy 1:1-2,12-14; Resp. Psalm 16; Stabat Mater Sequence (optional); John 19:25-27 (obligatory for the memorial)
Following yesterday’s Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, we celebrate Our Lady of Sorrows, Mary, who stood by the cross of her son, Jesus. We reflect in the words of Cardinal Basil Hume: 
September 15, 2017 Read More

FEAST OF THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS

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Readings of the day: RB 2:30-32; Numbers 21:4b-9; Psalm 78; Philippians 2:6-11;John 3:13-17
Today’s liturgy is saturated with the richness of the Word; I am moved to burst out in song.
Saint Paul’s great hymn of humility in his letter to the Philippians includes one of my favorite verses in all of Sacred Scripture: “At the name of Jesus every knee should bend.” Upon hearing it, I sing forth: 
September 14, 2017 Read More

SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM

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Readings of the day: RB 2:23-29; Col. 3:1-11; Psalm 145; Luke 6:20-26
It dawns on me that the more and more I seek what is above and not what is on earth, the better able I will be to conduct myself in a manner worthy of God. For this to come to fruition though, first I need grace. Then each and every day I can pray to be renewed, for know

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September 13, 2017 Read More

THE MOST HOLY NAME OF MARY

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Readings of the day: RB 2:16-22; Col. 2;6-15; Resp. Psalm 145; Luke 6:12-19
And the virgin’s name was Mary. Hail, favored one! The Lord is with you.
May we obtain the grace of your blessing, O Lord, through the intercession of Mary, Mother of God, that from her, whose holy Name we venerate, we may obtain help in our every ne
September 12, 2017 Read More

Lectio: Monday, Twenty-Third Week in Ordinary Time

Daily Lectio
Readings of the day: RB 2:11-15; Col. 1:24-2:3; Resp. Psalm 62; Luke 6:6-11
Those who read the Qualities of the Abbess listed by Saint Benedict see clearly that the one chosen to care for and guide her sisters in community in their search for God has a daunting responsibility. Today we hear that the Abbess leads primarily by the example she sets; then by the words used in her teaching. Put another way, the Abbess is called to practice what she preaches.
September 11, 2017 Read More
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