St. Michael the Archangel is a warrior who fights evil. He is a protector. Children can understand St. Michael as a spiritual superhero whose nemesis is Satan. He is often depicted dressed in armor, but maybe a cape would be more representative of St. Michael’s role to today’s youth. The feast day of the archangels is September 29.
Lectio Divina means “divine reading”. It is a prayer practice which trusts that God speaks to us through scripture. This is a practice I started doing regularly a few years ago.
Yes, internet users have a patron saint! So this internet prayer asks for the intercession of St. Isidore to keep us safe while using the internet.
In this prayer, we as the the Holy Spirit to help us reject the Culture of Death and to be committed to promoting a Culture of Life in our nation.
Psalm 15 is a prayer for doing the right thing, a prayer which calls us to be “doers of the Word.” Psalm 15 spells out that God expects His people to act with justice. This prayer is based on that psalm.
Grieving the loss of a loved one can be a long process. It is natural for many to turn to God in these times. Although it can also be normal to experience anger, disappointment in God, or a general lack of faith. Don’t despair! God is still there. He is waiting for you and patiently allows each of us to grieve in our own way.