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God Overcomes Evil Minute Meditations
If we really could come in touch with ourselves—not independent of God but because of the good that God is doing in us—and see that God even overcomes the evil that’s in us, maybe we can begin to love ourselves.
— from The Gospels According to Saint Francis

Thursday, May 1, 2014
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reduced to a few religious moments. In the succession of days and 
seasons, in the unfolding of times and events, we learn to see ourselves by looking to the One who does not pass away: spirituality is a return to the essential, to that good that no one can take from us, the one truly necessary thing.

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Start the New Year off right with these daily insights on the Mother of God!

The Rosary Project
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Ignorance of scripture is ignorance of Christ. Do you know these Bible passages?

Mysteries of the Virgin Mary

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St. Joseph the Worker
Today we remember that human work has dignity when it contributes to the divine work of creation.

National Day of Prayer (U.S.)
Remind friends and family to ask God’s blessing on our nation tomorrow and everyday.

St. Catharine of Siena
This 14th-century scholar combined contemplation and action in service to God and the Church.

Happy Birthday
While we celebrate the passing of one year we also ask God’s blessing on the one ahead.

Divine Mercy Sunday
We celebrate this feast to remind us that we’re all dependent on God’s abundant mercy.

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