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MI Intentions 2014

Poor servants of the Lord, we are at the service of the poor

KW

Immaculata, please intercede...


JANUARY
That Jesus’ manifestation in poverty among men may inspire us to be humble, simple, and open to welcome the brethren we meet on our journey.

FEBRUARY
That from you we may learn to cultivate the interior poverty that allows us to receive every divine grace and manifestation.

MARCH
That, trusting in God’s help, Lent may be a favorable time for embracing a lifestyle of simplicity and solidarity.

APRIL
That our hearts and gaze may always be pure and simple, in order to welcome the presence of the Risen Lord in every event of our lives.

MAY
That from you, Immaculata, we may learn to adhere to the Lord’s plan in humility and eagerness of heart.

JUNE
That the Holy Spirit may make our lives witness the fruits that come from Him: love, joy, meekness, and kindness.

JULY
That as Christ makes Himself “little” in the Eucharist, we may be able to offer an example of evangelical poverty in the place and time in which we live.

AUGUST
That, like St. Maximilian in the concentration camp, we may radiate God’s light in places pervaded by the darkness of despair.

SEPTEMBER
That, like you, we may learn to magnify the Lord for the wonders He works continually within us.

OCTOBER
That by the testimony of our lives we may contribute to lifting up people who are suffering from many forms of poverty.

NOVEMBER
That walking toward Christ who comes we may remember that holiness consists in receiving Him in the poverty of heart that He Himself teaches us.

DECEMBER
That the birth of Jesus in poverty may remind us that in the Incarnation He made Himself poor to enrich all of us.

> Monthly reflections on the MI Intentions by fr. Raffaele Di Muro


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