Among Women Espresso Shot #33: Devotions for the Days of the Week.

Among Women’s Espresso Shot topic: Devotions for Days of the Week

The newest AW podcast is here.

After 12 installments on the monthly devotions that the Church calls us to, I felt remiss in not discussing that the Church also recommends different devotions for the days of the week. These are recommended by me — not to give you more “to do.” They are recommended to help us respond to Christ in ways that might be in sync with our daily calendars. So, if its something you’ve never done before, start small and see how it goes. No pressure from me or the Church in this regard … I’m just offering suggestions for what may prove helpful. But none of this is mandatory. Your prayer life is between you and God. For someone like me, who has a scheduled life to contend with, I find these kinds of prayer prompts helpful.

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A personal note from Pat:  This podcast returns after an unexpected break of several weeks. Without going into too many details, my husband and I have had to invest many more hours than usual into some family needs where our parents health needs are concerned, and we’ve been backlogged both at work and home. I also experienced some illness, and a confounding technical breakdown in my home studio. (This podcast has one sole proprietor — yours truly!) Talk about setbacks of time, money, and wellbeing. Anyway, the folks are doing a little better, I’m feeling healthy, and the studio needs are patched, but need more repair… So, say a prayer for all of us, won’t you? I will appreciate it!


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6 comments on “Among Women Espresso Shot #33: Devotions for the Days of the Week.

  1. Terry Wollersheim says:

    Praying for improved health for you & your parents, and some rest & refreshment for you & your husband. I so enjoy your podcasts. And, I currently am reading ‘All In’. Thank you for all you for to support all of us on our Catholic Faith journeys.

    1. Pat says:

      Thank you so much. Your prayers are appreciated by me.

  2. Hi Pat, There are times when the ordinary becomes the extra-ordinary! You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    1. Pat says:

      Grateful for your note and kind words and actions.

  3. Pat, as one of your prayer warriors, I’ll be lifting up you and your family this week and throughout Lent. May the grace of God carry you through and provide you with the strength and energy you need to continue your wonderful ministry.

    1. Pat says:

      Hi Nancy, thanks — those prayers are felt!

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