Weekly Devotion – October 22nd

Weekly Devotions

Weekly Devotion for October 17thJesus leads by being a servant. He affirms His teachings by picking up the cross and shedding His blood so that we might have life and have it to the full. Jesus drinks of the cup of suffering so as to show His followers the path to true greatness. Leaders of nations often act as tyrants to get their way, oppressing their subjects and manipulating their followers. Jesus proposes the model of servant-leadership, kneeling to wash the feet of His followers and stretching out His arms upon the cross to accomplish His mission of redemption.


Bible Diary for October 21st – 27th

Bible Diary

October 21st
Sunday

29th Sunday in Ordinary Time

1st Reading: is 53:10-11:
Yet it was the will of Yahweh to crush him with grief.
When he makes himself an offering for sin, he will have a long life and see his descendants.
Through him the will of Yahweh is done.
For the anguish he suffered, he will see the light and obtain perfect knowledge. My just servant will justify the multitude; he will bear and take away their guilt.


The St. Jude Journal – October 2018

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Welcome to the St. Jude Journal. We are delighted to share with you a prayer and reflection for St. Jude’s intercession, especially during the upcoming Solemn Novena to St. Jude for All Souls, October 20th—28th. Please join with me and thousands of other devotees by sending your petition or letter of gratitude to the National Shrine of St. Jude.


Weekly Devotion – October 15th

Weekly Devotions

Weekly Devotion - December 11thHow ironic that the man in Sunday’s Gospel went away sorrowful because of his great wealth. The earthly possessions that had been the cause of great joy in the man’s life were now the source of his sorrow. Money and material possessions are important to us to be sure. Yet sometimes they become too important.


Bible Diary for October 14th – 20th

Bible Diary

October 14th
Sunday

28th Sunday in Ordinary Time

1st Reading: Wis 7:7-11:
I prayed and understanding was given to me; I asked earnestly and the spirit of Wisdom came to me.
I preferred her to scepters and thrones and I considered wealth as nothing compared with her.
I preferred her to any jewel of inestimable value, since gold beside her is nothing but a few grains of sand, and silver but mud. I loved her more than wealth and beauty and even preferred her to light, because her radiance never dies.
She brought with her all other good things, untold riches in her hands.