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Sacred Heart Consecration: Day 31

Heart of Jesus, Salvation of Those Who Trust in Thee

In this lesson, Annabelle Moseley, poet; author; and Professor of Theology, leads Day 31 of the 33-Day “Our House of the Sacred Heart” Consecration and teaches “The Lesson of the Renovation” as a real-life example of taking on a Goliath. Beautiful prayers, devotions, art, stories, scripture and poetry are included in this podcast
that won’t take much of your time… but is time well-spent.

Reflection on Art

Imagine: What is Saint Joseph thinking in this painting?

Questions of the Day

  • What repairs are needed in your life?
  • When was the last time you received the Sacrament of Reconciliation to make needed renovations to your soul?
James Tissot “The Anxiety of Saint Joseph

Today’s Challenge

Go to Confession/Reconciliation and savor the amazing peace, joy and freedom you feel, (as though your heavy backpack has just been emptied) when you are done.

Download the prayer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus here if you’d like to save it or print it for reference!


Listen to Author Annabelle Moseley interviewed by Dr. Mary Anne Urlakis on her show “Vows, Vocations, and Promises: Discerning the Call of Love.” Hear Annabelle talk about what inspired her to write this book, what it was like to write it, why she decided to lead a Consecration to the Sacred Heart and answers to other intriguing questions.

Our House of the Sacred Heart is the companion text for this 33-day Consecration to the Sacred Heart. Click on the image to get your copy today!

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1 thought on “Sacred Heart Consecration: Day 31

  1. Linda Siple says:

    Forgiveness, reconciliation and love can be difficult for us to give both within ourselves and to others. That is why we must keep adding tools into the toolbox so that we are progressive and move ahead in all of life’s circumstances. Jesus’s adopted father St. Joseph was a carpenter. He was skilled in fixing and building many things. Yet he was more than a carpenter. St. Joseph was a husband to Mary and a father to Jesus. This great responsibility also made him a problem solver and farsighted in his thinking. What I think defines him was his faith and obedience to God. St Joseph you are a Holy man, please intercede for us to the Lord for you are a guardian of the Blessed Virgin and were entrusted to the safety and protection of the Baby Jesus. St. Joseph pray for us. [from the Prayer of St. Joseph].

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