Blessed Savior, Saint Katharine Drexel was born into a generous, wealthy American family. As a religious sister and teacher, she founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament to serve Native Americans and African Americans. She is the patron saint of racial justice and of philanthropists and was the second person born in what is now the United States to be canonized a saint. Lord Jesus, I pray for those who are treated unjustly. Help me to overcome any prejudices I might have. Use me as an instrument of fair treatment. Saint Katharine Drexel, pray for me. Amen.
Quotes for Today
Saint Katharine Drexel (1858-1955)
Peacefully do at each moment what at that moment ought to be done. If we do what each moment requires, we will eventually complete God’s plan, whatever it is. We can trust God to take care of the master plan when we take care of the details.”
Christ wishes the Christian community to be a body that is perfect because we work together towards a single end, and the higher the motive which actuates this collaboration, the higher will be the union.”
You have no time to occupy your thoughts with… consideration of what others will think. Your business is simply, ‘What will my Father in heaven think?'”
The prayer above is from Terry Modica’s book Daily Prayers with the Saints.
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