"Rejoice in your hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer."
'It is an old custom of the saints of God to have some little prayers ready and to be frequently darting them up to heaven during the day, lifting their minds to God out of the mire of this world. He who adopts this plan will obtain great fruits with little pain.'
"Those who say they don't have time for prayer, are not lacking time, but love."
Archbishop Fulton Sheen said, "There is nothing more tragic in all the world than wasted pain. Think of how much suffering there is in hospitals and among the poor and the bereaved. Think also of how much of that suffering goes to waste! How many of those lonesome, suffering, abandoned, crucified souls are saying with Our Lord at the moment of consecration, “This is my body. Take it.”
Whenever you are aware of suffering in your life, unite it to Christ's. Allow Him to take it and trasnform it for the betterment of others.
Start out small! You don’t have to start walking around your neighborhood if you don’t have the time. Think of the times you leave your home, and work with those first. Commuting to work? Pray for people in the car ahead of you. Going to the grocery store? Try to offer up one prayer for a person you encounter walking through the aisles.
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