Hearken, O daughter, and see, and incline thine ear; for the King hath greatly desired thy beauty;.  With thy comeliness and thy beauty, set out, proceed prosperously, and reign.

—  Psalm 45:11,12


This Creed is the spiritual seal, our heart’s meditation and an ever-present guardian; it is, unquestionably, the treasure of our soul.

— St. Ambrose


“Whoever wishes to be my follower must deny his very self, take up his cross each day, and follow in my steps.” (Luke 9:23)

Each day we have the ability to do a full examination of conscience, not to dwell on our mistakes and shortcomings, but to learn from them while obediently  leaning on God’s grace all the more .  We will all fall short of God’s glory because  we are human and He is perfect; but when we unite our hearts with His and pick up our cross once more, His mercy and grace will strengthen us to continue on the  journey. God Bless You!



“Dust thou art, and into dust thou shalt return.” Gn. 3:19
Rend your hearts, not your garments, and return to the Lord, your God. (Joel 2:13)

Day 241 of 365 Days with God

Depression comes from not having faults but from refusal to face them. There are tens of thousands of persons today suffering from fears which in reality are nothing but the effects of hidden sin. The examination of conscience will cure us of self- deception. It will also cure us of depression!

—  Bishop Fulton Sheen

Day240 of 365 Days with God

A truly humble person never believes that he can be wronged in anything. Truly, we ought to be shamed to resent whatever is said or done against us; for it is the greatest shame in the world to see that our Creator bears so many insults from His creatures, and that we resent even a little word that is contradictory.

—  St. Teresa

Day 239 of 365 Days with God

Before you receive Jesus Christ, you should remove from your heart all worldly attachments which you know to be displeasing to Him.

—  St. Augustine