Quote of the day, 30 March: Blessed Titus Brandsma

Blesed Titus’ chief preoccupation in Amersfoort Camp was the needs of others. He had been in the camp barely two weeks when dysentery struck. Hundreds around him died, but Titus recovered enough to be released from the infirmary on March 30, 1942, the Monday of Holy Week that year. During his convalescence he visited those who were worse off than he was.

Quote of the day, 20 February: John Malley, O.Carm.

The Gospel spoke today about the love of enemies, that ability to reach out to those who persecute. Titus had that opportunity and lived it out so well. He had the ability to say, “You must love him, but perhaps not all the time, not all day, not at each moment.”

Père Jacques of Jesus offers this meditation on the virginity and maternity of Mary

I am quite all right in my solitude... God is near to me

Père Jacques of Jesus was the French Carmelite whose bravery during Nazi occupation inspired the film, 'Au Revoir, Les Enfants'

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