Spend 9 days with the spirituality of St Mother Teresa! Listen to our meditations and learn to repent and welcome the Good News at the school of this great saint.
For serious sins we all need (and so we recommend) to unburden ourselves (confess these serious sins) in the sacrament of Confession as soon as possible (see help below).
"I know everything about you. Even the hairs of your head I have counted. Nothing in your life is unimportant to Me. [...] I love you for you, for the beauty and the dignity My Father gave you by creating you in His own image" (Jesus in "I thirst for You" meditation).
A word about St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Canonized on September 4th, 2016, Mother Teresa an emblematic missionary saint of the 20th century. She left us a tremendous spiritual legacy, marked by joy, confidence, and hope, despite the trial of "spiritual darkness" she endured for five decades.
By answering the call of Jesus at the side of the poorest of the poor, she was a messenger of God's love throughout her life. By her will to belong to Christ and to quench His thirst for love, she became a poignant face of the Father's mercy in our time.
For serious sins we all need (and so we recommend) to unburden ourselves in Confession as soon as possible (see help below).
🎧 On days 1, 2, and 3 you will receive an audio (3 parts) and video with the famous meditation "I thirst for you" based on the spiritual teachings of St. Teresa of Calcutta, (Text from MISSIONARIES OF CHARITY FATHERS © 2020, on https://www.mcfathers.org/i-thirst.html)
🎧 On days 4, 5, 6, and 7, you will receive an audio using some meditations based on the spiritual teachings of St. Teresa of Calcutta throughout an examination of conscience.
🎁 On day 8, you will receive a video + podcasts of prayer shared by some Franciscan Friars of the Renewal through which Jesus has done signs and wonders bringing salvation and healing to many people.
🌸On day 9, you will receive a beautiful worship song.
Try to confess your sins regularly. A meditation: " Jesus says: "Do not be afraid, I love you. Give me the joy to forgive you in the sacrament of confession/reconciliation. Ask my priest to guide you" ".
For serious sins we all need (and so we recommend) to unburden ourselves (confess these serious sins) in the sacrament of Confession as soon as possible.
If you need help to prepare to go to Confession and receive God's love and mercy/forgiveness and to know how to be ready to receive Holy Communion worthily (i.e. we need to be in the state of grace,...) see, https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/library/sacrament-of-penance-examination-of-conscience-9121 and "Who Can Receive Holy Communion?" see https://www.catholic.com/tract/who-can-receive-communion
Get your heart ready for many graces! We cannot wait to start this journey with you!
Never let anything so fill you with sorrow as to make you forget the joy of Christ risen (St. Mother Teresa).