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In this episode we unpack what it means to 'set the world on fire!' Inspired by Luke 12:49 when Christ says; "I came to cast fire upon the earth; and how I wish that it were already ablaze!", we hope to share some thoughts and suggestions on how to do this. God has a purpose and a mission for your life and is inviting you to share in His mission of evangelisation.
Pope Benedict, XVI, Holy Men and Women from the Middle Ages and Beyond, pp.154-159 (Saint Catherine of Siena's Spirituality)
Film - Paul: Apostle of Christ: This gives a really good idea of what it was like in the early church
Saint Generator - Find your Saint for 2021
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Challenge for the week:
Simon: Find some time to do a Holy hour and figure out what gives you a holy anger! Is it abortion, poverty, pornography or something else? Ask the Lord how He is calling you to respond to that? Your mission will be as fruitful as your prayer life is deep!
Maddie: Get some spiritual backup! Allow a patron saint to adopt you for 2020 or pray a novena to a particular saint asking for guidance and help in your mission.
1. Who is God calling me to be? What gifts and talents has He given me?
2. How is God calling me to go set the world on fire?
3. What do I find inspiring about the early Church martyrs?
4. What saints inspire me? Why?
5. What questions do I have about the Catholic faith that I need to find answers for?
Scripture to pray with:
“I came to cast fire upon the earth; and how I wish that it were already ablaze!" - Luke 12:49
Quote to reflect on:
"If you are who you should be, you will set the whole world on fire!" - Saint Catherine of Siena
"Do not be afraid to be the Saints of the New Millennium!" - Saint John Paul II
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