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One Minute Reflection – 6 June

One Minute Reflection – 6 June

When you have done all you have been commanded to do, say “We are useless servants. We have done no more than our duty.”…………Luke 17:9-10luke-17-9-10.when you have done all you have been - 6 june 2017

 

REFLECTION – “Lord, what do you want me to do?” ……St Norbert

lord what do you want me to do - st norbert

PRAYER – Holy Father, you made the Bishop St Norbert, an outstanding minister of Your Church,
renowned for his preaching and pastoral zeal. for his love of the Blessed Sacrament and for his love of the priesthood. Grant to Your Church faithful shepherds to lead your people to eternal salvation.
St Norbert, help us hear the answer to our prayer “Lord what do you want me to do?” and please pray for us and for the whole Church of our Lord Jesus Christ,amen.

st-norbert-pray-for-us-2-6 JUNE 2017.

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