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+ “Keeping holy images or prayer cards in different places around the house can help inspire brief moments of prayer throughout the day as you serve your family. Or in moments when you feel resentful or irritated that you have a list of chores to do, these little prayers or images can give you consolation you need to do them in love.” — Mari Wagner

+ “The great thing, if one can, is to stop regarding all the unpleasant things as interruptions of ‘one’s own’ or real life The truth is of course that what one calls the interruptions are precisely one’s real life…the life God is sending day by day.” – C.S. Lewis

+ “The wonder of prayer is revealed beside the well where we come seeking water: there, Christ comes to meet every human being. 
It is he who first seeks us and asks us for a drink. Jesus thirsts; his asking arises from the depths of God’s desire for us. Whether we realize it or not, prayer is the encounter of God’s thirst with ours. God thirsts that we may thirst for him.” — CCC 2560

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+ “Homemaking is the art of turning a house into a home, and creating an atmosphere of love and comfort for those who live there. It’s about loving and serving others.” — Joy Kincaid

+ “How to build your ‘domestic church:’ Begin praying as a family and reading from Scripture daily. Have a Crucifix in a prominent place in the home. Make the Sacraments a regular celebration. Demonstrate love for your spouse, your family, your neighbors.” — Stacy, Designya Shop

+ “The Gospel, the good news of the coming of the Lord into the world is not chiefly something to be written on parchment, but in our hearts.” — St. Joseph of Leonessa⁠

+ “The Divine Author wants his story of salvation to be so personalized that it’s written on each individual heart.⁠ How does the general story of salvation become personal? Our response to his daily personal and concrete invitations:⁠ “Follow me even now.”⁠ “Trust me even now.” ⁠ “Let me love you even there.”⁠ // May the Lord give us the grace to allow more of his story to be written on our hearts this week.⁠” — CFR

+ “Notice Jesus does not say, “Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and scroll on your phones. Come away by yourselves to a deserted place and listen to a podcast. Come away by yourself to a deserted place and think about your to-do list.” ⁠Instead Christ makes this same invitation to you: “Come away by yourself to a deserted place and rest a while.” ⁠– Emily Wilson

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