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Thought for the Day – 8 June

Thought for the Day – 8 June

May the Holy Spirit help us put into practice the choices of Jacques Berthieu:  his passion for a challenging mission that led him to another country, another language and another culture, his personal attachment to the Lord expressed in  prayer, his pastoral zeal, which was simultaneously a fraternal love of the faithful entrusted to his care and a commitment to lead them higher on the Christian way and finally, a life lived as gift, a choice lived out every day until the death which definitively configured him to Christ.

It is the choice we must all make – let us see our lives too as a missionary, in amongst the daily norms and battles, for viewed through our Christian eyes, our encounters are not that much different to that strange island where St Jacques Berthieu carried out his vocation.

St Jacques Berthieu, pray for us!




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