Thought for the Day – 15 January

Thought for the Day – 15 January

There are many ways of “being poor” and in today’s world, the more we have, the poorer we can be.  Our Lady of Banneux is a most worthy intercessor to pray on our behalf to our God of such loving mercy, for all the needs of the poor of the world, for so many who are rich in goods but poor in spirit.

As St John Paul said on a visit to Banneux – “The poor today – and there are many ways of being poor! – feel at home in Banneux.  They come here to find comfort, courage, hope, union with God in their affliction.  I encourage the pilgrims who come here to pray to her, who, always and everywhere in the Church, reflects the face of the Mercy of God.”

Holy Mother Mary, Mother of God, Pray for us!




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