Daily Reflection – September 1

“We belong to God by his grace. What else do we wish, then, but to please him? If we are contradicted, this is not surprising; what merit is there in not being crossed? And who is there that can escape it? For every little contradiction, should one stop doing...

Daily Reflection – August 31

“The thought that Our Lord himself had much to suffer from his disciples will greatly encourage you, for the more our sorrows resemble his, the more pleasing we are to him. If this were not my consolation, what would become of me?” (CCD 4:103) – St....

Daily Reflection – August 30

“That peace which is the portion of the chosen servants of God is seldom unmixed with interior struggles.” – from Life of Mrs. Eliza A. Seton by Charles Ignatius White, p. 169 – Even in the midst of the most painful experiences of my life,...

Daily Reflection – August 29

“We are living at a time when one must not incur useless expense. Public distress surrounds us on all sides. It is feared that it may overtake us; and, even should we be spared, compassion should urge us to do all we can for those who suffer.” (CCD 4:280)...

Daily Reflection – August 28

“The good God will not fail to supply your need since it concerns His service, and He will do it in one way or another.” (CCD 6:557) – St. Vincent de Paul – Dear Lord, you are so generous with your gifts and never fail to meet the needs of...

Daily Reflection – August 27

“Teach poor girls as much as you possibly can, and remember that the most necessary thing of all is whatever concerns the knowledge of God and his love.” (SW 618) – St. Louise de Marillac – Imparting knowledge to children can be very...