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Latest Gospel Reflections:
- The Wisdom of God
June 7, 2023 - Wednesday of the Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- Combating the Deceptions of the World
June 6, 2023 - Tuesday of the Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Norbert, Bishop—Optional Memorial - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- Exercising Authority
June 5, 2023 - Monday of the Ninth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Boniface, Bishop and Martyr - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- The Essence of the Most Holy Trinity
Sunday, June 4, 2023 - Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- The Danger of Obstinacy
June 3, 2023 - Saturday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saints Charles Lwanga and Companions, Martyrs—Memorial - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- A Rebuke by Jesus
June 2, 2023 - Friday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saints Marcellinus and Peter, Martyrs - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- Crying Out to Jesus
June 1, 2023 - Thursday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Saint Justin Martyr—Memorial - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- Joy at the Presence of the Lord
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 - Feast of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- An Exchange of Gifts
May 30, 2023 - Tuesday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
- Your Heavenly Mother
Monday, May 29, 2023 - Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church - Monday after Pentecost - Catholic Daily Reflections from My Catholic Life!
Latest Divine Mercy Reflections:
- Reflection 158: The Content of Your Speech
The content of your daily speech is a clear reflection of the content of your soul. So what does your speech reflect? Very often you may find that your conversations throughout the day have been about superficial and worldly matters. Though some casual conversations of this sort...
- Reflection 157: Moral Decision Making
Do you ever struggle with making the right moral decision? This happens as a result of our fallen human nature. We are easily confused in life and can easily fail to grasp the Mind and Will of God. So what should you do? Know that your conscience is a sanctuary to...
- Reflection 156: The Lord is Our Refuge
There are times in life when fear enters into your life. You may have some daunting task before you, or may be walking down a path of the unknown. These, and many other experiences in life, can become a cause for fear and anxiety. Fear of the unknown can...
- Reflection 155: Facing Judgment with Grace
One painful experience you may face is that of the rash judgment by another. At times, others will look at you with judgment and disdain for reasons out of your control. Perhaps they will identify some small fault and magnify it in such a way that they use it as...
- Reflection 154: Silent and Humble Adoration
Imagine the scene of our Blessed Mother in the humble state of the Nativity. She had no home at that moment other than this place where animals gathered. Yet in the stillness of that holy night, she was at home as she gazed upon her Child with the deepest adoration and love. She...
- Reflection 153: Seeing our “Littleness”
Little children can’t wait to grow up. When they have a birthday, they are filled with joy that they are one year older. And yet, as little children, they are still dependent upon their parents in many ways. The same is true of us in a spiritual sense. We often want to “grow up” and...
- Reflection 152: The Mystery of the Grace of Suffering
Human suffering is one of the greatest mysteries of life. The Diary of Saint Faustina, as well as the whole spiritual tradition of our faith, reveals much about this profound mystery of suffering. First, from a purely secular point of view, suffering is far from desirable. In fact, it is typically avoided at all costs and seen as the greatest of tragedies. However, from a Christian […]
- Reflection 151: Spiritual Kinship
In order to be truly close to someone else, and to understand them on a deep level, is it necessary to speak continually and to share every detail of your mind and heart? Not if both souls are intimately united with God. In that case, very little has to be said in order for each person to recognize a shared...
- Reflection 150: Avoiding the Trap of Human Opinion
Does it matter what others think of you? In other words, should you be concerned about the “opinions” of others? Yes and no. No, we should not be concerned in the sense that the only “opinion” that matters is that which is true. And the Truth is that which is in the Mind of God. And that Truth...
- Reflection 149: Interior Inspirations
There are countless opportunities all around us to share the Mercy of God with those in need. But it is all too easy to miss these opportunities to do so. One primary way that we allow ourselves to become instruments of Divine Mercy is by seeking to continually be attentive...