Good Morning ☀😉☀
Scripture stated that we brought nothing into the world, nor can we take anything out of it(1Timothy 6:7).
When we go, we leave memories with our loved ones. Make them fond memories.
When we go, we can leave a legacy behind. Make it one of honesty and integrity.
Wishing you a magnificent day 🙏😊🙏
MONTH OF THE PRECIOUS BLOOD
The month of July traditionally honors the Most Precious Blood of Jesus. It is the blood of Christ, the Lamb of God, which cleanses from sin, therefore the Church developed a devotion to Jesus’ physical blood and its mystical power, just as it did for his Sacred Heart from which his blood poured out on the Cross. The Precious Blood of Jesus courses through the Church spiritually, giving eternal life to the Body of Christ through the sacraments. Many saints had a devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus, most notably St. Catherine of Siena. Devotion to the Precious Blood spread greatly through the preaching of Bl. Gaspar del Bufalo, a 19th century priest and founder of the Missionaries of the Precious Blood, and was later approved and recommended by the Holy See. The feast day of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus is July 1st.
Good Morning ☀😊☀
In dealing with life’s challenges and demands, we become weak and vulnerable; we make bad decision; we feel hopeless and helpless.
We need to realize that we’re in control of ourselves no matter what happens. We will not ignore the unfortunate circumstances because we must use them as reasons for the better person.
Choose to be in healthy environments and foster healthy relationships.
Avoide negative influences like a plague. Build a positive support system.
Develop and improve skills. Be productive not destructive.
Wishing you a thoughtful day 🙏😉🙏
“For true hearts there is no separating ocean; or, rather, God is their ocean, in Whom they meet and are united; they love, and lose themselves in Him and in each other.”
— St. Théodore Guérin
SOLEMNITY OF THE MOST HOLY BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST
The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, or Corpus Christi, is celebrated on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday in honor of the institution of the Holy Eucharist (in the U.S. it is transferred to the following Sunday). The feast originated with the visions of St. Juliana of Mont Cornillon, a Belgian nun deeply devoted to the Holy Eucharist, to whom Jesus appeared requesting a feast in honor of the Blessed Sacrament. St. Juliana shared this with the Church hierarchy, and after decades of opposition Pope Urban IV instituted the feast of Corpus Christi for the universal Church in 1264. At the time there was a formal dispute among theologians on the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist—that is, Christ’s actual Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity—for the first time in Church history. In response to this heresy and in support of the authenticity of St. Juliana’s visions, the first recorded Eucharistic Miracle took place in Orvieto, Italy which proved the truth of the literal interpretation of Christ’s doctrine handed down from the Apostles. The Holy Father requested that the liturgy for the feast be composed by St. Thomas Aquinas, now one of the Church’s most sublimely poetic liturgies. Corpus Christi is traditionally accompanied with Eucharistic large and elaborate public processions, most notably by the Holy Father in Rome.
“It is suffering, more than anything else, which clears the way for the grace which transforms human souls. Suffering, more than anything else makes present in the history of humanity the powers of the Redemption.”
— Pope St. John Paul II
Good Morning ☀😉☀
Decision making is a complicated process when we’re not informed well.
We have to make many decisions in our lives.
Most times we’re only able to know after the decision was made if it’s a right or wrong one.
When we discover it’s a wrong one, don’t regret it but be sure to learn the lessons associated with it.
When it’s a right decision be sure to stick to it, be wise and flexible with your approach as you follow through.
Wishing you a marvelous day 🙏😉🙏