Blessed Miguel Agustín Pro (1891-1927); Pope Saint Clement I (fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus, and Cletus; end of 1st century); Saint Columbanus (540-615)

November 23, 2018
Blessed Miguel Agustín Pro (1891-1927); Pope Saint Clement I (fourth Bishop of Rome after Peter, Linus, and Cletus; end of 1st century); Saint Columbanus (540-615)

Readings of the Day
RB: Ch 44 The Reconciliation of Those Excommunicated
Mass: Rev 10:8-11; Resp Ps 119; Lk 19:45-48


My house shall be a house of prayer.
As we approach the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, and the end of the liturgical year, we have plenty to pray for. We pray for the people of Cameroon, the South Sudan, Yemen, the Central African Republic; for those affected by the fires in California; for victims of human trafficking and other crimes that violate the dignity of the human person made in the image and likeness of God; for our families and loved ones; for those who have asked us to pray for them; for those who have no one to pray for them.


In the eyes of God, human life is precious, sacred and inviolable. No one can despise the lives of others or one's own life.(Pope Francis, Twitter, November 22, 2018)

SAINT CLEMENT I, SAINT COLUMBANUS,  BLESSED MIGUEL AGUSTIN PRO,PRAY FOR US.

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