One Minute Reflection – 16 October – Today’s Gospel: Luke 11:37–41

One Minute Reflection – 16 October – Today’s Gospel: Luke 11:37–41 – Tuesday of the Twenty-eighth week in Ordinary Time, Year B and The Memorial of St Gerard Majella C.Ss.R. (1726-1755)

And the Lord said to him, “Now you Pharisees cleanse the outside of the cup and of the dish but inside you are full of extortion and wickedness.”...Luke 11:39

REFLECTION – “Consider the shortness of time, the length of eternity and reflect how everything here below comes to an end and passes by.   Of what use is it to lean upon that which cannot give support?”...St Gerard Majella (1726-1755)consider the shortness of time, the length of eternity - st gerard majella -no 2 a little softer - 16 oct 2018

“Let us ask the Lord that we never tire of going down that path, that we never tire of rejecting this religion of appearances, this religion of seeming, of pretending….   We must instead be committed to proceed quietly, doing good and doing so freely, as we have freely received, our interior freedom.   Let us ask for this grace.”…Pope Francis – Santa Marta, 11 October 2016luke 11 39 now you pharisees cleanse the outside - let us ask the lord - pope francis - no 2 - 16 oct 2018

PRAYER – Lord Jesus Christ, You wondrously revealed all of the deep treasures of Your Heart to Your saints.   May their merits and example win us the grace to love You above all things and in all things so that we may make our abode in Your own Sacred Heart. With You, for You and in You, may we assist and love our neighbour.  Hear the prayers of St Gerard Majella on our behalf dear Lord, we beg.   Who live and reign forever, amenst gerard majellla pray for us - 16 oct 2018


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