Daily Catholic Runner's Prayer: November 20, 2018

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Spend at least 30 minutes running! If you need ideas, check out rundown on the different types of running here, or try out the HIIT Rosary workout!




O Father, give us the humility which realizes its ignorance, admits its mistakes, recognizes its need, welcomes advice, accepts rebuke. Help us always to praise rather than to criticize, to sympathize rather than to discourage, to build rather than to destroy, and to think of people at their best rather than at their worst. This we ask for thy name's sake.


RV 3:1-6, 14-22;

PS 15:2-3A, 3BC-4AB, 5;

LK 19:1-10

How can we ask for forgiveness when we’ve lost the sense of sin? With Zacchaeus, let us admit the possibility of spiritual blindness in our lives.

Saint of the Day:

Saint Edmund of East Anglia

Daily PrayerJohnna Wilford