Minute Meditations

Change Is Good News

The Good News of Jesus Christ is precisely that things have changed and that they are going to change even more.

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In Times of Trouble

Maybe the highest form of spirituality is simply to bear patiently with our brokenness. In the midst of a world of emotional and psychological violence, perhaps we can at least refrain from violence of any kind toward ourselves.

– from Loaded: Money and the Spirituality of Enough

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Heart Surgery

A great way to end your workout each day is to spend time thanking God for what He’s done and praising God for who He is. By doing so you let God do “heart surgery”: “I will give you a new heart, and a new spirit I will put within you. I will remove the heart of stone from your flesh and give you a heart of flesh” (Ezekiel 36:26).

– from A 40-Day Spiritual Workout for Catholics

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Unafraid of Ridicule

We must be unafraid of ridicule or human respect, unafraid to walk out alone, knowing that we are nothing and can do nothing on our own. But with God’s grace and God’s power, you can do all things.

– from Mother Angelica: Her Grand Silence

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Salt of the Earth

Answering Christ’s call to be “the salt of the earth” (Matthew 5:13) requires being in the world. But we have to avoid being of the world; when socializing starts causing our salt to lose its taste, we are doing no one any favors.

– from Answers

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God Is My All

God is my longing. In whatever way God comes. In every form, through every experience and circumstance, painful or otherwise. God. Only God.

-from The Divine Spark

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Quiet Prayer

Father, there are ways in which I have grown quiet. Some hopes and dreams in my heart are too long-awaited, too sacred to be the stuff of idle chatter. Lord, I trust your faithfulness and your goodness and your love. I offer these dreams back to you and entrust them to your care.

– from Who Does He Say You Are?

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