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Friday, February 09, 2007

Loving the Bride, vol. 14

Something old....

O Everlasting Love, Jesus, who have enclosed Yourself in the Host,
And therein hid Your divinity and conceal Your beauty,
You do this in order to give Yourself, whole and entire,
to my soul, and in order to not terrify it with Your greatness.

O Everlasting Love, Jesus, who have shrouded Yourself with bread,

Eternal Light, incomprehensible Fountain of joy and happiness,

Because You want to be heaven on earth to me,

That indeed You are, when Your love, O God, imparts itself to me. (1569)

-----Divine Mercy in My Soul, The Diary of Saint Faustina Kowalska.

Something new....

You may already know about the Didiche series featuring 4 textbooks developed by Dr. Scott Hahn and others at the St. Paul Center. Now, a former student of Dr. Hahn's, working in Faith Formation for a Catholic church is offering the coursework for "Understanding the Scriptures" on-line. Go here.

Something borrowed....

Want to send a Catholic e-greeting for St. Valentine's Day? Or, send one featuring a saint or a theme from the liturgical calendar? Click here.

Something blue....

A prayer from Blesses Teresa of Calcutta, dated, 10-9-75:

Mary, my dearest Mother,
give me your heart
so beautiful, so pure,
so immaculate, so full of Love
and Humility, that I may
receive Jesus as You did--
and go in haste to give Him
to others.

Copyright 2006 Patricia W. Gohn

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