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Here are this week’s must-reads:

+ “Mother Teresa called The Miraculous Medal the “medal of charity.” She would often give it to people and encourage them to pray, “Mary, Mother of Jesus, be a mother to me now.” — here

+ “In doubts, in difficulties, think of Mary, call upon Mary.” — St. Bernard of Clairvaux

+ “Mary is a ‘living catechism,’ mother and model of catechists.” — St. John Paul II

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+ “I believe that a Godly home is a foretaste of heaven. Our homes, imperfect as they are, must be a haven from the chaos outside. They should be a reflection of our eternal home, where souls find peace, weary hearts find rest…” ― Jani Ortlund

+ “If Jesus is Hope, Mary is the Mother of Hope. If Jesus is Peace, Mary is the Mother of Peace…” — St. John Paul II

+ “What is God looking for from us? He looks for us to listen to him, rejoice in him, and follow him. For only in union with Christ and in faithfulness to his Gospel are our hopes and dreams are fulfilled.” — here

+ “Know that even when you are in the kitchen, our Lord moves amidst the pots and pans.” — St. Teresa of Avila

+ “Remember, marriage is a sacrament of discipleship. It’s a sacrament of service.” — Fr. Mike Schmitz

+ “5 truths about Sabbath: It is not a reward for hard work. It’s a reminder that our work will remain incomplete. It’s a day that moves us from production to presence. It reminds us that we are not God. It points us to the deeper rest we need found in Christ.” — Rich Villodas

+ “I’ve learned over the years that surrendering to God doesn’t mean giving up on life; it means embracing life fully, but with open hands. It’s about trusting that the same God who whispered the stars into existence is whispering a unique purpose and mission into each of our lives. It’s a journey of letting go of our illusions of control and allowing God to guide us, mold us, and use our lives for His greater glory.

“This act of repetitive surrender has changed me. It has brought me closer to God, deepened my faith, and given me a peace that surpasses all understanding. In surrender, I’ve found strength, not weakness; freedom, not confinement. I’ve discovered that in letting go, I am held more closely than ever by the One who loves us most.” — Mary Lenaburg

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