#008: My Top 5 Daily Prayers [Podcast]

What if you could only do one daily devotional or prayer every day. Which would it be? In today’s episode I reveal what I think is the one single non-negotiable prayer/devotion and I share four more. These are my Top Five daily prayers/devotions.

John Paul ii Top Prayers

Which is the top devotion? Blessed John Paul 2 practiced it daily. Find out in today’s podcast.

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“My Top 5 Daily Prayers”

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1) Proverb of the Week:
Proverbs 16:16

2) Tip of the Week: 
Plan for diversions. Don’t let them just happen and get you off track. Realize the need for diversion and plan for it. We all need a break here and there. A little fun to relax the mind.

3) Featured Segment:
“My Top 5 Daily Prayers”

Source from Mark’s question on “Bread of Angels”

Thomas Aquinas, Summa theologiae, III, q. 80, a. 2, ad 1

Reply to Objection 1. The receiving of Christ under this sacrament is ordained to the enjoyment of heaven, as to its end, in the same way as the angels enjoy it; and since the means are gauged by the end, hence it is that such eating of Christ whereby we receive Him under this sacrament, is, as it were, derived from that eating whereby the angels enjoy Christ in heaven. Consequently, man is said to eat the “bread of angels,” because it belongs to the angels to do so firstly and principally, since they enjoy Him in his proper species; and secondly it belongs to men, who receive Christ under this sacrament.”

4) Latin Word of the Week:
I forgot the Latin word of the week, again. Man I need to write a post it note and stick it on my microphone!

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