A Catholic Monthly Magazine

Saturday 21 June

St. Aloysius Gonzaga

2 Chronicles 24: 17-25, Ps. 89, Matthew 6: 24-34

Living Hope not worry

At the end of a troubled day it is good to say, “tomorrow is another day I hope things will be better.” Sometimes they are sometimes they are not. Living through hard times needs fortitude and hope in God’s absolute goodness. It is a great grace to have these aspects of faith rooted in my heart. They strengthen my faith although I may not feel that at the time. Keeping going, wiping away the tears, carrying on the routine as best I can is living Hope, that virtue which springs eternal into my trials.

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