The Daily Decade for the Ember Wednesday of Pentecost is about Christian Fatherhood and what makes a food father in a Christian house, what our responsibilities are to wife and children, and how we fulfill those.
Today’s prayer request comes from Amicus, who is going to become a father for the first time very soon.
Today’s invoked saints were Ss. Joseph and Gerard.
Today will end Series 3 of the Daily Decade, and we will be taking a brief break to return on June 7 with Series 4.
The Daily Decade for Pentecost Monday is on the Gifts of the Holy Ghost and the way in which we are called to witness the Faith both inwardly and outwardly, and the means whereby we orient ourselves to the service of God.
The Daily Decade for the Feast of St. Peter Celestine is about turning our mundane and daily work into prayer, and through a daily discipline that integrates prayer and work we can sanctify our labours and glorify God by them.
The Daily Decade for the Feast of St. Venantius is on the example of the Saints, particularly contemplative prayer and why a prayer life is so essential to any and all good we do as Christians, and the absence of a contemplative live deprives all our good works of any spiritual merit.
The Daily Decade for the Feast of the Ascension of Our Lord is about marriage, and the mundane and quotidian ways in which a husband loves his wife and a wife submits to her husband, with examples drawn from real life, and why our focus in all we do must be our duty to God first.
The Daily Decade for the Vigil of the Ascension of Our Lord is about prayers for the dead and remembering that we are part of a greater community than what we see around us, and that our prayers for the dead unite us with our forebears in the Faith, binding the Church Militant, Church Suffering, and Church Triumphant.
The Daily Decade for the Feast of Ss. Philip and James revisits an old theme of why we should make the effort to pray most when we want to pray least, both to train ourselves in our prayer discipline and to give greater glory to God.
God love you!
He has Risen as He said! Alleluia Alleluia!
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