The Daily Prayer
WEDNESDAY, August 12, 2020
Dorothy Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement, said, “Neither revolutions nor faith can be won without keen suffering. For me, Christ was not to be bought for thirty pieces of silver but with my heart’s blood. We buy not cheap in this market.”
Loving God, your goodness is all around us. But sometimes it seems overshadowed by pain, death, and suffering. Assure us in times of doubt that you are the God of resurrection. May our lips sing your praise, and may our lives be a living sacrifice to you. Amen.