Conversion of heart is a daily, personal task, and something for which we must pray a great deal. We can and should also pray for the conversion of others!

Jesus with the Samaritan woman at Jacob's Well.

Jesus with the Samaritan woman at Jacob’s Well.

Let us pray.

O Lord Jesus, most merciful Savior of the world, we beg and beseech you, through your most Sacred Heart, that all wandering sheep may now return to you, the Shepherd and Bishop of their souls. Who lives and reigns with the Father and the Holy Spirit, one God for ever and ever. Amen.

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5 Responses to Conversion

  1. Can you explain what “conversion” of heart means? And why is it daily?

  2. cherylbender says:

    Please pray for my mother-in-law. At the age of 77, she has decided to go through RCIA. She has been attending Mass with us for a few months and has said that she feels great peace during Mass.

  3. Not only do I talk to my devices, but they also talk to me. While we (my iPad and I) were reading the Catechism of the Catholic Church, numbers 1426-1439, the iPad
    pronounced “almsgiving” as “/ˈal ms jīv ing/”.

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