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Here are this week’s must-reads:

+ “You will know your vocation by the joy that it brings you. You will know. You will know when it’s right.” — Dorothy Day

+ “If we open our hearts to God’s plans, He will guide us. But we must be patient…. and we have to trust in Him and say, “Jesus I trust in You.” — Fr. Jeronimo

+ “At the end of your life, all those moments will add up. Each and every sacrifice you have made will be a speck of gold in the Cathedral of Heaven. ⁠And when you behold the face of God, you will know that it was worth it.⁠” — Jana Zuniga

+ “Put your heart at His feet. It is the gift He loves most.” — Elizabeth Ann Seton

Here are a few beautiful pieces I shared in this week’s section of Home Decor in the Catholic Wife, Catholic Life Collection, which you can sign up for here. This week had a sea-theme to it… “When He got into the boat with them, the wind died down.” (Matthew 14)

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+ “My dear sister, are you waiting for news, an answer, relief from something difficult? Is your life a stormy sea, full of threats and fear? Make a robust and creative list of all the things you can do instead of being afraid, work through the list, and as you do, imagine the Lord of all creation walking toward you, with you. Take courage, the courage of Jesus, and do not let fear have what belongs to the Lord.⁠” — Liz Kelly

+ “The voice of the Father is always a voice of Love, a voice of fidelity and joy… When the Heavens open — like at the Transfiguration, the Father’s voice speaks only of his Beloved Son and the need to listen to Him and to be like Him. Jesus shines with the love of His Father and we too are meant to shine with this love. Listen to the Father’s voice in prayer this week, listen for that word of love which he offers to you. Put aside your fears, your anxieties, and your doubts about your worth.” — Br. Dominick Jean, OP

+ “Prayer is a relationship, not a ritual” — Fr. Zach Weber

+ “When I think of living liturgically, I think of the lives of the saints. They share exactly what to do, even though it might not be in the way we recognize it now. Each of them talks about a deep love for the Sacraments, a yearning for the Eucharist, a daily life of prayer…. If I didn’t get to any of the other liturgical living things, this is what would be essential.” — Steffani Aquila