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Thought for the Day – 22 May

Thought for the Day – 22 May

At every stage of her life, Rita seems to have bravely endured unendurable circumstances:  frustration because her parents overrode her wish to become a nun; married an abuser;  refused three times by the Augustinians; afflicted with the pain and embarrassment of the stigmata.   None of these things, however, prevented her from serving God and her sisters.   We can pray for her intercession in our desperate need, but we should also imitate her love in action.

St Rita of Cascia – pray for us!


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2 thoughts on “Thought for the Day – 22 May

  1. Ana the awesome one, I have a problem. I love attending the daily Mass from 6 am to 6:30. However, this morning the priest announced that there won’t be daily Mass during the Novena which will start on 26th of May at 7pm. I’m afraid, I can’t make it. Even on Saturday it will start at 5:30 pm while I go out of the office at 7:15pm. It takes about 50 minutes to get to the church. Care to tell what I should do? Thanks in advance.


  2. Dear sweet Iswara – that is a big problem. I know how it feels, recently I had to miss the Rosary Novena for the Centenary of Fatima too. You will just have to pray the Novena I will be doing for Pentecost and then get to daily Mass when you can. God bless you!


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