DAILY PRAYER REQUESTS

Please feel free to post your prayer request for today as a comment to this post. Your needs and intentions will be included in our daily offerings throughout the day and at the 3 o’clock hour for Divine Mercy, and your requests will be personally offered to our Heavenly Father, having faith in the words our Lord spoke to Saint Faustina, “Through the chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will.” (Diary, § 1731)

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“Most Merciful and Loving Father, through the Infinite Love and limitless Mercy which You offer to each and every one of us, Your children, You sent us Your Only-Begotten Son, who took upon Himself our sinful nature so that we may be saved from slavery to sin;

– help us to live our faith through the virtues of humility and love, so that we may embrace the freedom which our Lord Jesus offers to each and every one of us through the victory of His Holy Cross. We humbly pray this in Jesus’ Most Holy Name. Amen.”

Mercy Minutes with Jesus (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

June 26 ~ You Are in My Heart

Theme:  The United Hearts of Jesus and Saint Faustina

“During vespers [Evening Prayer], I heard these words: ‘My daughter, I want to repose in your heart, because many souls have thrown Me out of their hearts today. I have experienced sorrow unto death.’ I tried to comfort the Lord, by offering Him my love a thousand times over. I felt, within my soul, a great disgust for sin.” (Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 866)

“27 [May 1937]. Corpus Christi. During prayer, I heard these words: ‘My daughter, let your heart be filled with joy. I, the Lord, am with you. Fear nothing. You are in My Heart.’ At that moment, I knew the great majesty of God, and I understood that nothing could be compared with one single perception of God. Outward greatness dwindles like a speck of dust before one act of a deeper knowledge of God.” (Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 1133)

My prayer response:

Lord Jesus, I welcome You into my heart. May my heart be a consolation to You today as You fill me with Your joy. (Mercy Minutes with Jesus)

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Mercy Minutes (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

June 26 ~ Magnificent Gifts

Theme:  Suffering

“O Christ, suffering for You is the delight of my heart and my soul. Prolong my sufferings to infinity, that I may give You a proof of my love. I accept everything that Your hand will hold out to me. Your love, Jesus, is enough for me.” (Mercy Minutes/Diary, 1662)

“My God, although my sufferings are great and protracted, I accept them from Your hands as magnificent gifts. I accept them all, even the ones that other souls have refused to accept. You can come to me with everything, my Jesus; I will refuse You nothing. I ask You for only one thing: give me the strength to endure them and grant that they may be meritorious. Here is my whole being; do with me as You please.” (Mercy Minutes/Diary, 1795)

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Meditation for the Day

Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, June 26

Living Our Life as Christ Would Have Us Live It – Allowing Our Faith to Express Itself Through the Virtues of Humility and Love – Is Recognizing and Embracing the Freedom Which Christ Offers to Each One of Us.

We read from Saint Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, “For freedom Christ set us free; so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery.”

Freedom – a concept which is elusive for many throughout the world, for there are many governments and cultures which unfairly restrict how people live their lives or express their beliefs. Religious freedom is even becoming a matter of serious concern for Christians, especially Catholics, in the United States, especially those who embrace and uphold the moral teachings of Jesus Christ and God’s Truth taught through the Magisterium of His Bride, the Church.

But no matter what political structure may attempt to influence or restrict what we say or do, it is our belief in a loving and merciful God and our exercise of these beliefs which ultimately form the faith which is expressed in the character of who we are as a Christian people.

It is in the recognition that no matter what trials or difficulties we may experience in life, it is our belief that God truly knows and understands the human condition, and it is His very Presence which gives us hope. And it is in this hope where we realize and find our true freedom – freedom from despair, freedom from hopelessness, and freedom to call God our Father and Christ our Brother.

Jesus once said, “If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

It is this Truth which opened the mind and the heart of Elisha, whom we read about in our First Reading today. Even though he did not fully understand the God who was calling him through the prophet Elijah, for God had not fully revealed Himself until the coming of our Savior, it was Elisha’s belief in the Eternal Truth which filled his heart with a desire to give up everything and follow the God of his fathers.

And it was this same Truth which impacted the life of Saul to such an extent that he chose to freely give up everything to follow the will of God, so that he, who would later change his name to Paul and who became known as the Apostle to the Gentiles, might give glory to God through Jesus Christ.

And it is the Gospels and Paul’s Letters which have guided many into a true and lasting discipleship, into recognizing what true freedom in Jesus Christ really means to each of us as His followers. For the concept of freedom for a true follower of Christ goes much deeper than having the right to vote or the right to free speech or the right to practice our faith.

The Truth which Christ brought us that sets us free is the knowledge that God’s Love for each one of us is beyond human understanding or description, and it is this Love which has freed us from the bondage of sin and our slavery to the flesh.

And it is Paul who tells us in his Letter to the Galatians, “For freedom Christ set us free.” He finishes his sentence by saying, “…so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery. For you were called for freedom…But do not use this freedom as an opportunity for the flesh; rather, serve one another through love.”

I am sure that we are all very familiar with the Scripture verse – “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life.”

How often have we taken the time to truly wrap our arms around the idea that God sacrificed His Only Son out of Infinite and Eternal Love, so that you and I might be free from sin, free from Satan’s unholy grasp upon us, so that we may be offered the most wondrous gift of becoming co-heirs with Christ in Heaven?

Without this ultimate Sacrifice, we would not be enjoying the faith we profess today! Without this definitive and decisive surrender of Christ upon His Cross, and His victory over death, we would not have received the Holy Spirit at Pentecost – the Church would never have been formed, there would be no Sacraments and no Mass!

Most importantly, we would not be nourished and strengthened with the Eucharist – which is the Glorified and Risen Christ Himself, the very Source and Summit of our life of faith!

It is through the victory of Christ, and God’s unfathomable Love for each of us, that we are no longer slaves to sin. We are no longer filled with a hopelessness which binds us to Satan.

We have the joy and the freedom to respond to Christ’s call to each of us when He says, “Follow me.” For we can respond as we hear in today’s Gospel, “I will follow you wherever you go.”

It is in following Christ that we give Him our hearts, so that He may rest His head upon the love which we hold in our hearts and truly live out in our daily lives for Him. It is in following Christ that we freely choose righteousness over wickedness, holiness over sin. It is in our discipleship that Jesus has set us free to love and serve each other selflessly, following the example which He set for each of us.

When we look at the world in which we live today, how many of His children continuously offend His Love by all the abominations committed in the name of religion, greed, selfishness and ego? It is no wonder we hear our Lord saying in today’s Gospel, “No one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the kingdom of God.”

And Paul tells us that if we walk through life wearing blinders, if we “go on biting and devouring one another”, as he puts it in today’s Second Reading, then we need to be aware that we will be “consumed by one another.”

It is only when we recognize that, in Christ and through Christ, we have our true freedom – we are then truly set free. For in no other Name, and in no other way, is this freedom possible!

It is only when we open our hearts and respond to Christ’s call to each of us, in whatever form that call may take – whether we be called to serve the Body of Christ as one of His ministers or religious, or whether we are called to serve the Body of Christ as husbands or wives or mothers or fathers –

– whatever form His call may take, He will give us the grace to freely respond to that call with a selfless love and an enduring faith.

For it is only in Christ that we have such freedom, and we are asked, in this freedom, to “…serve one another through love.” In this freedom, which God offers us, we are asked to set aside all the others gods which separate us from His Love, and we are asked to recognize those elements within our own lives which can cause division between the Spirit and the flesh.

There are material things which we need in this life to be able to provide for our family and loved ones. God knows this and respects this. But when our needs become corrupted, they then become our gods and we become a slave to sin and the spiritual darkness which accompanies sin.

It is this about which Paul is warning us. It is this for which our Lord rebukes us. Elisha new the difference, and he did not have Christ to teach him. We do have Christ and we have His Church, so our decisions should be easier.

Living our life as Christ would have us live it, allowing our faith to express itself through the virtues of humility and love – is truly recognizing and embracing the freedom which Christ offers to each one of us.

It is in the words of our psalmist today which expresses this freedom which our Lord gives to you and me, “You are my inheritance, O Lord…You will show me the path to life, fullness of joys in your presence, the delights at your right hand forever.”

May His delights truly be ours forever!

May God bless you, God love you, and may God always keep you.

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Scripture for the Day

  • “For freedom Christ set us free; so stand firm and do not submit again to the yoke of slavery.” (Galatians 5:1)
  • “If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” (John 8:31b-32)
  • “… [Elisha] left and followed Elijah to serve him.” (1 Kings 19:21c)
  • “For you were called for freedom, brothers. But do not use this freedom as an opportunity for the flesh; rather, serve one another through love.” (Galatians 5:13)
  • “For this I was born and for this I came into the world, to testify to the truth. Everyone who belongs to the truth listens to my voice.” (John 18:37cd)
  • “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have eternal life.” (John 3:16)
  • “No one who sets a hand to the plow and looks to what was left behind is fit for the kingdom of God.” (Luke 9:62)
  • “…if you go on biting and devouring one another, beware that you are not consumed by one another.” (Galatians 5:15)
  • “I say, then: live by the Spirit and you will certainly not gratify the desire of the flesh.” (Galatians 5:16)
  • “You are my inheritance, O Lord…You will show me the path to life, abounding joy in your presence, the delights at your right hand forever.” (cf. Psalm 16:5a, 11)

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Prayer for the Day

“Precious Blood and Living Word of God,
You are my eternal salvation.
Lost in sin, You liberated me.

“You lifted me from perdition and gave me life.
Treasuring my feeble soul,
You excused my constant frailties.

“Forever, I am indebted to You.
Your cost can never be repaid,
For You bought my freedom with Your Blood.

“I will always seek You out my Lord;
You are my beloved Deliverer!
You are the true Lamb of God and my Eternal Savior!”

Anonymous

DAILY PRAYER REQUESTS

Please feel free to post your prayer request for today as a comment to this post. Your needs and intentions will be included in our daily offerings throughout the day and at the 3 o’clock hour for Divine Mercy, and your requests will be personally offered to our Heavenly Father, having faith in the words our Lord spoke to Saint Faustina, “Through the chaplet you will obtain everything, if what you ask for is compatible with My will.” (Diary, § 1731)

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“Lord Jesus, in the indescribable Love which You have for each and every one of us, Your children, You chose to leave us Yourself in the unassuming appearance of consecrated bread and wine;

– may this spiritual nourishment of Your Most Precious Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity sustain us and give us the strength needed in our continuing pilgrimage through life, for You are truly the Source and Summit of our life of faith. We humbly pray this always in Your Most Holy Name. Amen.”

Mercy Minutes with Jesus (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

June 19 ~ Forgive from the Heart

Theme:  The United Hearts of Jesus and Saint Faustina

“June 20 [1937]. We resemble God most when we forgive our neighbors. God is Love, Goodness, and Mercy…

‘Every soul, and especially the soul of every religious, should reflect My mercy. My Heart overflows with compassion and mercy for all. The heart of My beloved must resemble Mine: from her heart must spring the fountain of My mercy for souls; otherwise I will not acknowledge her as Mine.’(Mercy Minutes with Jesus/Diary, 1148)

My prayer response:

Lord Jesus, may I reflect Your Mercy and resemble Your Heart which overflows with compassion and mercy. May I forgive every offense committed against me. (Mercy Minutes with Jesus)

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Mercy Minutes (from Saint Faustina’s Diary)

June 19 ~ Shrouded in Suffering

Theme:  Suffering

“The quintessence [embodiment] of love is sacrifice and suffering. Truth wears a crown of thorns.” (Mercy Minutes/Diary, 1103)

“My soul is shrouded in suffering. I am continually uniting myself to Him by an act of the will. He is my power and strength.” (Mercy Minutes/Diary, 1207)

“God often grants many and great graces out of regard for the souls who are suffering, and He withholds many punishments solely because of the suffering souls.” (Mercy Minutes/Diary, 1268)

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Meditation for the Day (Corpus Christi Sunday)

Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, June 19

May the Spiritual Nourishment of Jesus’ Most Precious Body and Blood Sustain Us and Give Us the Strength Needed in Our Daily Journey Through Life.

We read in today’s Gospel the account of the miraculous feeding of five thousand men, not counting women and children, with only five loaves of bread and two fish. And Scripture tells us, “They all ate and were satisfied.”

I remember writing about this several months ago in one of the daily meditations, but the story is so relevant to today’s Scriptures, that I would like to repeat it –

Many years ago, Pope St. John Paul II visited Lima, Peru. He was met by a crowd of some two million people. There were two representatives from this massive crowd who walked up to the microphone to speak to our late Holy Father.

As the huge crowd went quiet, to the point of hearing a pin drop, they said, “Holy Father, we are hungry, we are sick, we lack work, our children die before their time. Yet we believe, Holy Father, we believe in the God of life. And we hunger for bread.”

Before a hushed crowd, the pope responded in his best Spanish, “You tell me you hunger for bread?” “Yes, yes!” the millions yelled in reply. “You tell me you hunger for God?” said the pope, and again the crowd swelled with an emphatic “Yes! Yes!” John Paul responded, “I want this hunger for God to remain; I want your hunger for the Living Bread to be satisfied.”

“We hunger for bread” – This is what the faithful millions cried out and said to the Great John Paul when he was in Peru. Yet, in our world today, there are untold millions of people across the globe who hunger in so many different ways. Many hunger for bread; others for justice; and those with an opened heart hunger for that which nourishes and sustains us for an eternity!

On this great Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (also known as Corpus Christi Sunday) which we celebrate today, we acknowledge that we, too, are a people who hunger and thirst for God as we journey through life. Last Sunday, we celebrated the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, a Love relationship between the three Divine Persons of God. Today, we celebrate the Love relationship which God has for each one of us, both you and me.

The strength of faith which these Peruvians presented to our late Holy Father was genuine and beautifully expressed, for their words were spoken from the depths of their hearts, an expression which also evoked feelings of thanksgiving for all the blessings which God had given to them.

And our Christian Eucharist is an expression of “giving thanks”. As a liturgical community, gathering around the Holy Altar at Mass, the Table of Sacrifice, you and I give thanks using the same simple elements used so long ago by Melchizedek, for as we read from the Book of Genesis –

“In those days, Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought out bread and wine, and being a priest of God Most High, he blessed Abram…” And, in the same prayer, he gave blessing to God.

Clearly, the Church sees this ancient rite as a “type”, that is a prefigurement, of the Eucharistic meal that Jesus gave us as a memorial of Himself, in which He offered Himself to His Father in Heaven for our redemption as an eternal blessing for us!

Melchizedek’s blessing ended on a note of victory, Abram’s victory over his enemies. Today’s Solemnity honors an even greater victory, Jesus’ victory over the enemy of sin and death – for it is Jesus Himself who feeds multitudes – you, me and all the faithful – by giving Himself to us in the form of simple bread and wine!

Each time, we, as a chosen people, gather around the Altar of Sacrifice at Holy Mass, we proclaim the New Covenant established by Christ some two thousand year ago, a Covenant which was sealed, not in the blood of animals, but in His own Blood as a perpetual peace offering to the Eternal Father, reconciling us with our Creator for all time.

This perfect Sacrifice which we repeat as a memorial each time Mass is offered to our Heavenly Father, reminds us of the unfathomable Love which God has for His children – a Love freely given, freely offered on the Cross at Calvary for you and me.

This Most Holy Sacrifice, this Most Precious Body and Blood, freely offered to the Eternal Father by Christ Himself, is one of God’s greatest gifts to His children. For those of us who truly believe, can we even imagine what life would be like without this Most Precious Gift?

And yet, sadly, there are those throughout the world who question or do not believe in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist. As we approach the Table of Sacrifice at each Mass, are we able to proclaim the same statement of faith for ourselves, as those who spoke to our Holy Father in Peru?

When you and I approach the Altar of Consecration, and when we eat what looks and tastes like bread, and when we sip from the Chalice what looks and tastes like wine at Communion, as Catholic Christians, do we truly believe that we are eating and drinking the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ? Do we really believe that we are eating and drinking the Physical, Spiritual and Divine Presence of the Risen and Glorified Christ Himself?

The Magisterium of our Holy Church has always taught the True Presence of Christ in the Eucharist under the species or appearances of bread and wine since the days of the Apostles.

Even the early Fathers of the Church, such as Saint Irenaeus in his writings against the early heresies in the Church, Saint Ignatius of Antioch in his letters to the Christian Churches in Smyrna, Ephesus and Philadelphia, communities within Asia, and in the First Apology of Saint Justin the Martyr – which was a letter in defense of the Christian faith, and so many more, all wrote about the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist!

To use Saint Justin’s own words, written sometime between 150 to 160 A.D., he writes, “This food we call Eucharist, of which no one is allowed to partake except one who believes that the things we teach are true, and has received the washing for forgiveness of sins and for rebirth [Baptism], and who lives as Christ handed down to us…from which our flesh and blood are nourished by transformation, is the Flesh and Blood of the Incarnate Jesus.”

And our Lord Himself once said, “…the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world. Amen, amen, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not have life within you. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life…”

This Gift of His Eucharistic Presence which we receive in Holy Communion, and which we hear about in Paul’s First Letter to the Church of Corinth, is God’s way of inviting us to be united with Him in a most profound and intimate way.

The Eucharist is truly a mystery of our faith. And for those of us whose faith is alive within our hearts, we look at this mystery of the Eucharist and accept it as God’s special way of remaining with us and saying to us each time we receive Him worthily, “I love you and I bless you.”

It is God’s special Gift to you and me – a Gift which nourishes and sustains us on our daily journey through this vale of tears in which we must all travel – a Gift which strengthens us for those times when we must bear the crosses we are called to carry in this life.

The Eucharist, as the Catechism teaches us, “is the source and summit of the Christian life. The other Sacraments, and indeed all ecclesiastical ministries and works of the apostolate, are bound up with the Eucharist and are oriented toward it. For in the Blessed Eucharist is contained the whole spiritual good of the Church, namely Christ Himself.”

Today, on this great Solemnity, we are presented with one of the greatest Truths and mysteries of our faith, Jesus’ Eucharistic Presence among us – His Real Presence in a piece of unleavened bread and some wine which have been transformed into His Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity for us to consume!

It is at the moment of Consecration in the Holy Mass which the bread and wine, which were brought to the altar in procession as an offering from us to the Eternal Father, and retaining its appearance and taste, actually become the Flesh and Blood of the same Jesus Christ, who suffered, died on the Cross, and rose from the dead!

When we receive the Risen Christ in Communion, it is not a symbol of His Presence or a sign of His Life to which we say “Amen”. It is Christ who gives us Himself – Physically, Spiritually and Divinely – so that we might be transformed into His Image and Likeness, so that He may be united with us and we with Him in total Love.

For it is the words of today’s psalmist which should truly echo the faith which fills our entire being, “How shall I make a return to the LORD for all the good he has done for me? The cup of salvation I will take up, and I will call upon the name of the LORD.”

May this spiritual nourishment of His Most Precious Body and Blood– a Gift of complete selfless Love, the Gift of Himself – sustain us and give us the strength needed to become Christ-like in our daily journey through this life!

And may His Flesh and Blood become for us the spiritual nourishment and food for that final journey which each one of us must experience, one day, in God’s time.

May God bless you, God love you, and may God always keep you.

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Scripture for the Day

  • “Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought out bread and wine. He was a priest of God Most High. He blessed Abram…” (Genesis 14:18-19a)
  • “The LORD says to my lord: ‘Sit at my right hand, while I make your enemies your footstool’ …The LORD has sworn and will not waver: ‘You are a priest forever in the manner of Melchizedek.’(Psalm 110:1, 4)
  • “For this reason he is mediator of a new covenant: since a death has taken place for deliverance from transgressions under the first covenant, those who are called may receive the promised eternal inheritance.” (Hebrews 9:15)
  • “He has no need, as did the high priests, to offer sacrifice day after day, first for his own sins and then for those of the people; he did that once for all when he offered himself.” (Hebrews 7:27)
  • “…the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world…Amen, amen, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you do not have life within you. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood has eternal life, and I will raise him on the last day.” (John 6:51c, 53-54)
  • “For my flesh is true food, and my blood is true drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me and I in him.” (John 6:55-56)
  • “The Lord Jesus, on the night he was handed over, took bread, and, after he had given thanks, broke it and said, ‘This is my body that is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.’ In the same way also the cup, after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of me.’ For as often as you eat this bread and drink the cup, you proclaim the death of the Lord until he comes.” (1 Corinthians 11:23b-26)
  • “The cup of blessing that we bless, is it not a participation in the blood of Christ? The bread that we break, is it not a participation in the body of Christ?” (1 Corinthians 10:16)
  • “How can I repay the LORD for all the great good done for me? I will raise the cup of salvation and call on the name of the LORD.” (Psalm 116:12-13)

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Prayer for the Day

“Jesus, my Lord and my Savior,
I confess that I am a sinner.
But in Your Goodness,
You invite me to approach Your Holy Table
and to partake of Your Heavenly Banquet.

“Trusting in Your Mercy,
I come to You with confidence,
albeit with it a contrite and humbled heart.
Come to me, Lord Jesus,
and keep me in Your Love.

“‘Lord, I am not worthy
that You should enter under my roof.
Say but the word,
and my soul shall be healed.’

“Help me to recognize You
in the Consecrated bread and wine.
Feed me with Your Most Precious Body and Blood;
nourish and strengthen me in my life of faith.

“Help me with Your grace to live a virtuous life,
fulfilling all that You have asked of me.
For it is only in You, Jesus, where I find my true faith;
it is only in You where I find my eternal salvation.”

Anonymous

Scripture Readings for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, June 19

Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Web link: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/readings/061922.cfm

– a perfect place to enjoy the Sacred Readings for each day of the week

On this Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi), I sincerely pray that this special Sunday is filled with peace, love and happiness for you and your families.