The Catholic daily TV Mass is a prayer itself, is even the highest prayer that exists. It is the Sacrifice dedicated by our Redeemer at the Cross, and it should be repeated every day on the altar.
There is nothing so great as the Eucharist because it’s the faith we share in the sacrifice of the holy mass. Is also good to hear the word of God and reflect on the homily of each day as we worship God.
Merciful Father, purify us in body and soul and make us worthy to taste the Holy of Holies.
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Today we celebrate the feast of Saint Peter Channel Priest. He was born in France, Peter’s interest in the missions began in school, when he read letters missionaries to America sent back home. As a young priest, Peter revived a parish in a “bad” district by the simple method of showing great devotion to the sick. Wanting to be a missionary, he joined the Society of Mary, the Marists, at 28. Obediently, he taught in the seminary for five years. Then, as superior of seven Marists, he traveled to Western Oceania. The bishop accompanying the missionaries left Peter and a brother on Futuna Island northeast of Fiji, promising to return in six months. He was gone five years.
Meanwhile, Peter struggled with this new language and mastered it, making the difficult adjustment to life with whalers, traders, and warring natives. Despite little apparent success and severe want, he maintained a serene and gentle spirit, plus endless patience and courage. A few natives had been baptized, a few more were being instructed. When the chieftain’s son asked to be baptized, persecution by the chieftain reached a climax. Father Chanel was clubbed to death.
Within two years after his death, the whole island became Catholic and has remained so. He was canonized by Pope Pius XII in 1954. Peter Chanel is the first martyr of Oceania and its patron.
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