Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ is the heart of the Church's mission. Give Us This Day will promote that mission by presenting to its readers God's words, reflection on the scriptures and various forms of prayer that will deepen one's relationship with God and the doing of God's will. It is truly a blessing to be part of this new adventure, drawing people to closer union with God by listening and living His word. Bishop Robert Morneau
Pastor of Resurrection Parish in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and auxillary bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay
Many Catholics feel that they don't know enough about Scripture. They also fear that they're not praying "correctly". Those are two reasons why Give Us This Day will be a huge blessing for English-speaking Catholics. Its mission is to help people draw closer to God in ways that are inviting, excessible, trustworthy, faithful and above all, inspiring. Fr. James Martin, SJ
Author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and My Life with the Saints.
I envision Give Us This Day as a resource that any Christian might use to enhance their prayer life. I intend to use it daily, both to improve my prayer discipline, and to nourish myself with the riches of a living tradition. Kathleen Norris
Oblate of St. Benedict and author of The Cloister Walk and Acedia & Me
As a monastic and biblical scholar I am delighted to be a contributor to Give Us This Day. We have such a rich resource in our liturgical tradition and any way we can find to share this resource with our praying people is a benefit. It is my hope that it will help others become steeped in the Word of God and that they will be led to share that living Word with all they meet. Sr. Irene Nowell, OSB
Kansas Benedictine and adjunct professor of Scripture at Saint John's School of Theology•Seminary and frequent retreat director
Give Us This Day is a really exciting project with which I am delighted to be associated. The liturgy is our daily bread as we journey towards the Kingdom. But often we can be puzzled by what we do and hear, and so some commentary and explanation opens to us its nourishment and deepens our hunger. This does not take away the mystery but leads us in more deeply. Fr. Timothy Radcliffe, OP
Former master general of The Order of Preachers and author of What is the Point of Being a Christian?

Give Us This Day ® Editorial Advisors

Fr. James Martin, S.J.

Fr. James Martin, SJ
Author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything
and My Life with the Saints

Bishop Robert Morneau

Bishop Robert Morneau
Pastor of Resurrection Parish in Green Bay, Wisconsin,
and auxiliary bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay

Kathleen Norris

Kathleen Norris
Oblate of St. Benedict and author of
The Cloister Walk and Acedia & Me

Sr. Irene Nowell

Sr. Irene Nowell, OSB
Kansas Benedictine and adjunct professor of
Scripture at Saint John's School of Theology•Seminary
and frequent retreat director

Fr. Timothy Radcliffe

Fr. Timothy Radcliffe, OP
Former master general of the Order of Preachers
and author of What is the Point of
Being a Christian?

Fr. Ronald Rolheiser

Fr. Ronald Rolheiser, OMI
President of the Oblate School of Theology,
San Antonio, Texas and author of
The Holy Longing

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