2022 is Year C in the Sunday liturgical cycle and Year 2 in the weekday cycle.
Resources for October 2022:
Saturday, October 1
St. Thérèse of Lisieux lived in late 19th century France. She is also called “The Little Flower of Jesus”. For her, the path to holiness was “doing of the least actions for love”.
Sunday, October 2
The readings for Twenty-seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year C remind us to be patient. Do I tell God what I want and expect it immediately, or am I willing to wait and trust that God will provide for…
Wednesday, October 5
St. Faustina is known for her devotion to the Blessed Sacrament. Her family had ten children and was very poor. She joined the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy and experienced several visions of Jesus. She is…
Sunday, October 9
The readings for Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year C are focused on faith. Reflect on our own faith in God, our willingness to allow God to do things His way, and gratitude
Saturday, October 15
October 15 is the feast day of St. Teresa of Avila, a Carmelite mystic, and doctor of the Church. Along with St. John of the Cross she worked to reform the Carmelite order which she felt was too lax.
Sunday, October 16
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque was a 17th century mystic. She was a Visitation nun. When she started having visions of Jesus, members of her order and theologians did not believe her. Eventually her visions were accepted.
Sunday, October 16
The readings for Twenty-ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year C are about persistence in prayer. Do I give up in prayer, especially when I don’t get instant gratification?
Sunday, October 23
The readings for Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year C focus on God’s mercy for the poor and the humble. Do I trust in my own strength and look out for myself? Or do I believe that if I…
Sunday, October 30
The readings for Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time for Year C focus on conversion and repentance. Does my encounter with Jesus change me? How am I called to repent?