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Daily Mass: In our distress we call upon the Lord. Catholic Inspiration

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Jeremiah affirms that God is his mighty champion, a source of protection in times of trial. May we echo his sentiment as we proclaim the psalm response, “In my distress I called upon the Lord, and he heard my voice!”

Mass Readings – Friday of the 5th Week of Lent

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Daily Mass: Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Catholic Inspiration

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As Jesus speaks to the Pharisees, he references how Moses brought about healing to the afflicted people of Israel. May we gaze upon the Lord – lifted up upon the Cross – for our redemption.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 5th Week of Lent

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St. Vincent Ferrer, pray for us!


Daily Mass: The Lord rescues us. Catholic Inspiration

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The Psalm response recalls how God rescues us in our need, inviting us to prayerfully reflect on the times we have been protected by the Lord’s grace.

Mass Readings – Thursday of the 3rd Week of Advent

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Daily Mass: We are adopted by God! Catholic Inspiration

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St. Paul uses explains our relationship with God is through adoption; the Spirit of God we receive in Christ makes us heirs to his kingdom in Heaven.

Mass Readings – Monday of the 30th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: We embrace the spirit of life in Christ Jesus. Catholic Inspiration

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St. Paul teaches that if Christ dwells in us, then the one who raised Christ from the dead will raise us up as well.

Mass Readings – Saturday of the 29th Week of the Year

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St. John of Capistrano…pray for us!


Daily Mass: Christ delivers us! Catholic Inspiration

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St. Paul addresses the ongoing challenge of temptation we all face with the hope we have in Christ. It’s a spiritual battle, but one that we face everyday with the grace and strength of God.

Mass Readings – Friday of the 29th Week of the Year

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St. Pope John Paul II…pray for us!


Study, Pray, Serve: 27th Sunday of the Year

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Here are some of the main themes in the readings for the 27th Sunday of the Year.

1st Reading – Genesis 2:18-24

  • God makes different animals for the man (who gives them names) but none are a suitable partner.
  • God casts a deep sleep on the man and fashions a woman from one of his ribs.

Psalm – 128:1-6

  • “May the Lord bless us all the days of our lives.”
  • The man who follows the Lord is blessed in his family, with sufficient food and prosperity.

2nd Reading – Hebrews 2:9-11

  • The passage reflects on the person of Jesus, who was “for a little while” made “lower than the angels” that he might taste death.
  • Christ is the one through whom all things exist, and he made our salvation perfect through his suffering.

Gospel – Mark 10:2-16

  • Jesus responds to a question from a Pharisee about divorce.
  • Jesus then says, “Let the children come to me” when they were being prevented by the disciples.

Mass Readings – 27th Sunday of the Year

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The Exaltation of the Holy Cross. Catholic Inspiration

2019 Pilgrimage to Calvary in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher

This feast concentrates our attention on the instrument of our salvation, as we thank the Lord who offered himself as the perfect sacrifice that restores us to right relationship with God. May we gaze upon the Cross of Christ with grateful hearts each and every day!

Mass Readings – The Exaltation of the Holy Cross

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We adore you, O Christ, and we praise you…because by your Holy Cross you have redeemed the world!


Daily Mass: Pharaoh’s army pursues the people of Israel. Catholic Inspiration

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Today’s first reading shows how Pharaoh pursued the Hebrews after they left Egypt. Despite the fear of the people, God promises to defend them in their moment of need.

Mass Readings – Monday of the 16th Week of the Year

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Daily Mass: The Cross of Christ teaches us about God. Catholic Inspiration

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The Lord reveals his identity to the Pharisees as he speaks about his crucifixion. May we look to the Cross of Christ as a reminder of the saving love of Jesus for the redemption of the world.

Mass Readings – Tuesday of the 5th Week of Lent

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