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ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Friday, June 24, 2022, Sacred Heart of Jesus

Ezekiel 34:11-16
Romans 5:5-11
Psalm 23:1-6
Luke 15:3-7

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EMBRACE HIS HEART
"Who among you, if he has a hundred sheep and loses one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the wasteland and follow the lost one until he finds it?" —Luke 15:4

Jesus thinks of salvation in terms of individual people. His heart literally bleeds for lost, hurting people in need of a Savior. This reveals the love within the Sacred Heart of Jesus. He cannot hold Himself back from saving us. He greatly desires to save us (see 1 Tm 2:4). He must pursue us (see Lk 15:4), just like a parent who pursues his or her little child to rescue them from danger.

Jesus gives us His gentle, humble heart (Mt 11:29). In some images of the Sacred Heart, Jesus is holding His heart outside His body, offering it to us. He allowed His Sacred Heart to be pierced by a lance for us (Jn 19:34ff).

Jesus exposes His heart to us, all the while knowing we might reject or ignore His love. But on the chance that we might return His love, Jesus takes this risk. So "the love of God has been poured out in our hearts" from His Sacred Heart (Rm 5:5). What wondrous love is this!

Give Jesus what He thirsts for (Jn 19:28) — your heart of love for Him.

Prayer: "Sacred Heart of Jesus, we Thee implore, make us love Thee more and more."

Promise: "This hope will not leave us disappointed, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts through the Holy Spirit Who has been given to us." —Rm 5:5

Praise: "Take My yoke upon your shoulders and learn from Me, for I am gentle and humble of heart. Your souls will find rest" (Mt 11:29). Lord Jesus, Your Sacred Heart is my sanctuary.

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ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Thursday, June 23, 2022, Birth of St. John the Baptizer

Isaiah 49:1-6
Acts 13:22-26
Psalm 139:1-3, 13-15
Luke 1:57-66, 80

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND DEATHDAY
"She gave birth to a son." —Luke 1:57

The birthday of St. John the Baptizer is halfway between Christmases. Are you ready for Christmas? Today Jesus may come back and the world may end. Are you ready for Jesus' final coming? (see Mt 24:44) If Jesus decided to make this your dying day, would that be fine with you?

Many people, even Christians, are not ready for Christ's comings at Christmas, at the end of the world, or at their deaths. They need John the Baptizer, for his mission is to prepare the way of the Lord (Mk 1:3). He does this by calling us to repentance (Acts 13:24; Mk 1:4). He also turns "the hearts of fathers to their children and the rebellious to the wisdom of the just, and to prepare for the Lord a people well-disposed" (Lk 1:17). In these ways, John prepares us for the Lord's coming at any time or in any way.

On this birthday, get ready for your deathday, last day, and Christmas day. Respond to John's prophetic message by repenting, forgiving, and changing your lifestyle.

Prayer: Father, I will confess my sins in the Sacrament of Reconciliation as soon as possible. St. John the Baptizer, pray for me.

Promise: "Though I thought I had toiled in vain, and for nothing, uselessly, spent my strength, yet my reward is with the Lord." —Is 49:4

Praise: "I solemnly assure you, history has not known a man born of woman greater than John the Baptizer. Yet the least born into the kingdom of God is greater than he" (Mt 11:11). Father, thank You for adopting us into Your family.

(To make it a Christmas of a lifetime, read the Bible daily. For encouragement, listen to, download or order Ignorance of Scriptures is Ignorance of Christ on CD 82-1 or DVD 82, How to Pray the Bible on CD 82-3 or DVD 82 or How to Read the Bible on CD 46-3 or DVD 46 on our website.)

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Wednesday, June 22, 2022, St. Paulinus of Nola
Sts. John Fisher & Thomas More

2 Kings 22:8-13; 23:1-3
Psalm 119:33-37, 40
Matthew 7:15-20
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FRUIT INSPECTION
"Any sound tree bears good fruit, while a decayed tree bears bad fruit." —Matthew 7:17= CÂY TỐT SINH QUẢ TỐT, CÂY SÂU SINH QUẢ XẤU.

This week we conclude three weeks of reading and praying the Sermon on the Mount. The world, even much of the Christian world, explicitly denies Jesus' commands in the Sermon on the Mount. For example, our society believes in a pleasure-seeking lifestyle, not in voluntary poverty (Mt 5:3). We aren't nearly as concerned as Jesus about looking lustfully at someone (Mt 5:28). How could we stockpile nuclear weapons if we were concerned with loving our enemies? (Mt 5:44) Most people don't believe in the Sermon on the Mount. Who's right — Jesus or our society?

Jesus said: "You will know them by their deeds" (Mt 7:16). "You can tell a tree by its fruit" (Mt 7:20). The fruit of not living God's way is broken lives, broken marriages, and broken hearts, a world overshadowed by the mushroom cloud of nuclear war, a lifestyle that enslaves, and sexual bondage rather than true love. By its fruits, we know our society is wrong, and Jesus' words in the Sermon on the Mount were right all along.

Prayer: Father, may I take the Sermon on the Mount as seriously as Jesus did.

Promise: "The King made a covenant before the Lord that they would follow Him and observe His ordinances, statutes and decrees with their whole hearts and souls, thus reviving the terms of the covenant which were written in this book." —2 Kgs 23:3

Praise: St. Paulinus was wealthy and held various public offices. While serving as a provincial governor, he observed faithful devotion at the shrine of St. Felix. His conversion soon followed.

(On July 8-10, we offer a retreat Who am I in Christ which will put your heart at peace as you discover your true identity as a child of God. Call 513-373-2397 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .)

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ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Tuesday, June 21, 2022, St. Aloysius Gonzaga

2 Kings 19:9-11, 14-21, 31-36
Psalm 48:2-4, 10-11
Matthew 7:6, 12-14
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FROM DREAD TO SPREAD
"Hezekiah took the letter...then he went up to the temple of the Lord, and spreading it out before Him, He prayed in the Lord's presence." —2 Kings 19:14

Sennacherib, king of Assyria, trusted in earthly power and particularly in his strong army of 185,000 soldiers (2 Kgs 19:9ff, 35). Hezekiah, king of Judah, trusted in the power and protection of God (2 Kgs 19:14-19). Hezekiah spread out his problems before the Lord and surrendered all to the mercy of God (2 Kgs 19:14ff). Many kings of Judah did not trust God as did Hezekiah. King Hezekiah entered "through the narrow gate," as Jesus commands in today's Gospel reading (see Mt 7:13). Then God answered Hezekiah, saying "I have listened" (2 Kgs 19:20). The Lord, acting in mighty power, rescued the people of Jerusalem from destruction (2 Kgs 19:35-36).

Jesus says: "Come to Me" (Mt 11:28). Hezekiah did this, bringing it all to the altar of God and trusting in His providence (2 Kgs 19:14). He prefigured Jesus in the garden, asking for God's will to be done rather than his own (see Mt 26:39). He withheld nothing from the Lord, and his trust was repaid.

Can you do as did King Hezekiah? Write down your problems on paper. Bring that paper to the Lord and spread it out before Him. Pray to God with Hezekiah and all the holy ones throughout the ages. "Trust in Him at all times" (Ps 62:9).

Prayer: Father, may I be far more confident in You than in all the forces of this world.

Promise: "Great is the Lord and wholly to be praised in the city of our God." —Ps 48:2

Praise: St. Aloysius disliked the royal courts of his youth and preferred to read the lives of the saints. He died at the age of 23 after caring for plague victims in Rome.

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ONE BREAD, ONE BODY
Monday, June 20, 2022,

2 Kings 17:5-8, 13-15, 18
Psalm 60:3-5, 12-13
Matthew 7:1-5: ĐỪNG XÉT DOÁN ANH EM (CÂU 2)
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THE CULT OF SECULAR HUMANISM
"...because they venerated other gods." —2 Kings 17:7

When we read in the Bible about false gods, we picture weird-looking statues in a strange temple filled with crazed, demon-possessed fanatics. False gods don't necessarily have anything to do with statues, temples, or foreign cultures. For example, secular humanism is a religion that bows down before the god of self. There is no emphasis on statues or temples. The people involved in this religion do not appear primitive, but sophisticated.

Secular humanism adores a variety of gods: the gods of sex, pleasure, money, lifestyle, military or political power, scientific technology, capitalism, and communism. Some secular humanists are atheists, while others acknowledge the existence of the true God. Nevertheless, for practical purposes, all secular humanists put man first and therefore put man in the place of God.

It's so easy to get involved in the cult of secular humanism. If we get caught up in it, we will go the way of all who worship false gods. We will be manipulated by Satan, become as perverse and empty as the gods we worship (Ps 115:8), and perish. The Lord is patient and merciful (see Ps 103:8). He's giving us a chance to repent and get the plank out of our eyes (Mt 7:5). However, we have already missed countless opportunities to repent. Time eventually runs out. Repent now (see Mk 1:15).

Prayer: Jesus, I repent of idolatry and being involved with the cult of secular humanism. I give my life to You and acknowledge You as Lord and God.

Promise: "Your verdict on others will be the verdict passed on you. The measure with which you measure will be used to measure you." —Mt 7:2: ".......ANH EM ĐONG ĐẤU NÀO, THÌ CHÚA CŨNG ĐONG ĐẤU ẤY CHO ANH EM".

Praise: "For lowly people You save but haughty eyes You bring low; You indeed, O Lord, give light to my lamp; O my God, You brighten the darkness about me" (Ps 18:28-29).

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