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One Minute Reflection –3 September – The Memorial of St Pope Gregory the Great (540-604) – Father & Doctor of the Church

One Minute Reflection –3 September – The Memorial of St Pope Gregory the Great (540-604) – Father & Doctor of the Church

Since the Creation of the world….God’s eternal power and divinity have become visible, recognised through the things he has made..Romans 1:20

REFLECTION – “God is within all things but not included;  outside all things but not excluded.   God is above all things but not beyond their reach.”….St Pope Gregory the Greatgod is within all things - st gregory the great

PRAYER – Lord of creation, grant me the grace to see You in all things and in all places on earth.   Help me to seek and reach You in all the events I experience and all the persons I encounter every day of my life.   St Pope Gregory the Great, Pray for us! Amenst pope gregory the great pray for us



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