Our Morning Offering – 22 October – Be with Us, More and More

Our Morning Offering – 22 October – Tuesday of the Twenty Ninth Week in Ordinary Time, Year C and the Memorial of St Pope John Paul II (1920-2005)

Be with Us, More and More
By St John Paul II (1920-2005)

Be with us, more and more.
Meet us more and more often
because we need it so much.
Speak to us by your motherhood,
by your simplicity and by your holiness.
Speak to us
by your Immaculate Conception!
Speak to us continually!
And obtain for us the grace–
even if we are distant–
of not becoming insensitive
to your presence in our midst.
Amenbe with us more and more - st pope john paul 22 oct 2019.jpg



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7 thoughts on “Our Morning Offering – 22 October – Be with Us, More and More

  1. I prayed the rosary today for someone I seldom pray for – me. I am praying for an increase in humility and humbleness, even though I am a sinful and sorrowful man. And, I cried.

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      1. I hope it’s not prideful to do that but your answer comforted me, as you always do. That’s what you do for me.💕

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    1. Yes, nothing is random Hughie – “He knows what He is about” (St John Henry) He knows who and what we need. He knows how to help us and comfort us. He knows how to inspire us and lead us on to His Light!


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