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The eyes of Christ

October 17
"When we gaze into the eyes of Christ with the eyes of our heart, we begin to see things as they truly are. Under His gaze of love our prayer begins to resonate with the will of the Father."
-Dr. Anthony Lilles
Today's Reflection:
How can I gaze more deeply into the eyes of Christ?
  

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A path of contemplation

October 16
 "The Rosary should always been seen and experienced as
a path of contemplation."
-Rosarium Virginis Mariae, 38
Today's Reflection:
In what ways is the Rosary a path of contemplation?
  

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Hail Mary

October 15
"How I love to pray, 'Hail Mary, Full of Grace...'"
- Mike Aquilina on his mother's devotion to the Rosary
Today's Reflection:
How can our devotion to the Rosary increase as our love for our Blessed Mother increases?
  

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Holding the beads

October 14
 "Throughout the years of mothering my brood of five, I often resorted to my ten fingertips to count my Hail Marys when the task I was immersed in did not allow for holding the beads."
- Donna Marie Cooper O'Boyle
Today's Reflection:
How simple it is to say the Rosary, as all it takes is a hand of ten fingertips! How can I incorporate this simple, yet profound prayer, into my daily life?
  

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The Obedience of Mary

October 13
"The knot of Eve's disobedience was loosed by the obedience of Mary."
-St. Irenaeus
Today's Reflection:
Why was Mary's obedience so pivotal in salvation history?
  

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The dragon was angry

October 12
"Then the dragon was angry with the woman, and went off to make war on the rest of her offspring, on those who keep the commandments of God and bear testimony to Jesus."
- Revelation 12:17
Today's Reflection:
Who are "the woman's offspring" and what does this indicate about the need for vigilance?
  

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Recite the Rosary

October 11
"The Rosary is a powerful weapon to put the demons to flight and to keep oneself from sin.... If you desire peace in your hearts, in your homes, and in your country, assemble each evening to recite the Rosary. Let not even one day pass without saying it, no matter how burdened you may be with many cares and labors."
- Pope Pius XI
Today's Reflection:
How can you ensure that you make time to pray the Rosary daily?
  

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Life on earth is a warfare

October 10
"Recognize it or not, our life on earth is a warfare (see CCC, 409), and every day and age from the beginning of time tells the story of our combat with diabolic forces, a war between good and evil. This battle originated in the heavens before the dawn of humanity but was not confined there. It spilled onto the earth, placing all generations of humanity in a perpetual state of general quarters."
 - Johnnette Benkovic Williams and Thomas K. Sullivan
Today's Reflection:
How do I struggle with good and evil in my life? In what ways can I combat evil by prayer of the Rosary, fasting, and almsgiving?
  

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Exorcists Call for Day of Fasting on December 6

A group of four exorcists is calling for a day of fasting, prayer, and reparation on Friday, December 6, “for the purpose of driving our any diabolic influence within the Church that has been gained as a result of recent events.”

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