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One Minute Reflection – 11 October – The Memorial of St John XXIII (1881-1963)

One Minute Reflection – 11 October – The Memorial of St John XXIII (1881-1963)

I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘whom shall I send?…’
“Here I am, I said, send me!” … Isaiah 6:8

REFLECTION – “I have looked into your eyes with my eyes. I have put my heart near your heart.” …St Pope John XXIII   “In the last moments of his earthly life, he entrusted his testament to the Church:  “What counts the most in life is blessed Jesus Christ, His holy Church, His Gospel, truth and goodness”. – St Pope John Paul IIi have looked into your eyes - st john 23 - 11 oct 2017

PRAYER – Help me my Lord, to discern through prayer and meditation, what You truly want of me.   Then enable me to offer it to You and indeed to offer myself and all I have to You. St John XXIII, pray for Holy Mother Church, pray for all the members of the Mystical Body, pray for our sons and daughters and for us all, pray for me! Amenst john 23 - pray for us - 11 oct 2017

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