Series 4, Ep. 59: Falsehood of Private Religion
Today’s Daily Decade, for the Feast of St. Eustace and his Companions, is on why our religion cannot be merely privately held convictions or personal attachments, that there is in fact no such thing as “leave me be” Christianity because there really is no such thing as a Christian who exists apart from his responsibilities and relationships: we are therefore called to be public in our Christianity, in imitation of all the Saints.
Today’s prayer intention is for W.S. and his grandmother.
Today we prayed the Requiem Aeternam, so no invocation of a saint was made.
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