Posted in EASTER, FATHERS of the Church, MORNING Prayers, QUOTES of the SAINTS, SAINT of the DAY

One Minute Reflection – 16 April – Easter Sunday

Through baptism into (Christ’s) death we were buried with him, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead….we too might live a new life………Romans 6:4

REFLECTION – “Christ is our life.   Let us therefore look to Christ.   He came to suffer in order to merit glory;  to seek cotempt in order to be exalted.   He came to die but also to rise again.”……………St Augustine

PRAYER – Heavenly Father, through my baptism, I was buried with Christ and rose to a new life of grace.   Let me rejoice in the Easter glory of Your Son and so guard my life that I will enjoy it fully in heaven with Him.   St Benedict Joseph Labre, you so rightly are called the “Beggar of Perpetual Adoration”, you so perfectly adored our risen Lord who is always with us in the Blessed Sacrament, please pray for us, amen!





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