The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.61

Series 3, Ep. 61: For Whom and What We Should Pray

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The Daily Decade for Easter Thursday is about whom we should be praying for when we pray, especially if we have only been praying for ourselves, and who needs our prayers when we find it hardest to pray.

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He has Risen as He said! Alleluia Alleluia!

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.60

Series 3, Ep. 60: When You Pray

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The Daily Decade for Easter Wednesday and the Feast of St. Hermann Joseph is on how to pray when obstacles arise: praying as a family praying when you don’t want to pray or when you don’t feel like praying, and praying when you feel yourself in a spiritual desert. We also reflect on why these things happen to us.

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.59

Series 3, Ep. 59: A Way to Pray

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The Daily Decade for Easter Tuesday and the Feast of St. Juliana of Liege remains in the realm of practical advice, offering means to avoid distraction and maintain focus in our daily prayer lives, leaning on the saints and angels for help.

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.58

Series 3, Ep. 58: A Place to Pray

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The Daily Decade for Easter Monday and the Feast of St. Vincent Ferrer is about the prayer corner or home altar, its usefulness in forming a prayer rule, and some practical tips on how it should be laid out and set up.

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.57

Series 3, Ep. 57: Incarnate Christianity

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The Daily Decade for Maundy Thursday is on the Incarnation and everything it signifies, entails, and accomplishes for us, both in the Sacrifice on the Cross and the Eucharist, and why Christianity is founded on a uniquely physical spirituality.

As a reminder, there will be no Daily Decade tomorrow, or any further unscheduled posting on our Telegram channel for the duration of the Easter Triduum. Go to church, spend time with the Blessed Sacrament, and pray earnestly for God’s Mercy upon this world that continues to crucify Him with our sins and our tolerance of evil.

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It is HOLY WEEK! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.56

Series 3, Ep. 56: Doubt and Faith

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The Daily Decade for Spy Wednesday retreads some ground we walked yesterday, due to the horrible audio quality of the last broadcast. We reflect on the doubt of Thomas, the doubt of Judas, the penitence of Ss. Mary Magdalene, Augustine of Hippo, and Mary of Egypt, and the example of Bl. Bartolo Longo, and the necessity of Faith, Hope, Charity, and Contrition in our preparation for Easter.

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It is HOLY WEEK! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.55

Series 3, Ep. 55: Preparing Christ for Burial

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The Daily Decade for Tuesday in Holy Week is on penitence, overcoming our isolation from God, and the place we occupy at the table of Simon the Leper, where Judas rebuked a penitent and Our Lord rebuked Judas, a last word in the Prologue to His Passion.

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It is HOLY WEEK! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.54

Series 3, Ep. 54: Daily Selflessness

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The Daily Decade for Monday in Holy Week is on the pettiness and mundanity of evil, and the simple and quotidian ways we can fight it or reverse it in our lives.

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It is HOLY WEEK! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.53

Series 3, Ep. 53: The Seven Sorrows of Our Blessed Mother

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The Daily Decade for the Commemoration of the Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary is about the perfection of Our Lady’s bearing of sorrow in her life, and the role her Seven Principal Sorrows occupy in her life, her sainthood, and her queenship, and how they relate to the Christian understanding of suffering.

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It is Lent! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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The Daily Decade Prayercast 3.52

Series 3, Ep. 52: The Perfections of Our Lady

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The Daily Decade for the Feast of The Annunciation unto the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Conception of Our Lord is on the true joy Our Lady attained through a life of suffering, and the example she sets for us to attain Heavenly Joy through the close following of Our Lord in all His ways.

God love you!

It is Lent! Remember St. Thomas Aquinas definition of “effeminicacy” when you shrink from your mortifications:

Perseverance is deserving of praise because thereby a man does not forsake a good on account of long endurance of difficulties and toils: and it is directly opposed to this, seemingly, for a man to be ready to forsake a good on account of difficulties which he cannot endure. This is what we understand by effeminacy, because a thing is said to be “soft” if it readily yields to the touch… properly speaking an effeminate man is one who withdraws from good on account of sorrow caused by lack of pleasure, yielding as it were to a weak motion.

Summa II.II:138,1

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