June Is Devoted To The Sacred Heart Of Jesus | Mark Your Calendar!

by Evangelization, Faith & Life, Family

Did you know that each month has a traditional Catholic devotion? We can focus on each devotion month-by-month to grow in our faith and traditions. Make yourself notes, write them on your calendar, and pray a specific prayer each day of the month to remember. You could use a prayer already associated with the devotion or pray a personal one.

June Catholic Feast Days

This June we celebrate many things:

June 1: St. Justin

June 3: The Feast of St. Charles Lwanga and Companions

June 5: Feast of Pentecost | St. Boniface

June 6: Memorial of the Blessed Mother Mary, Mother of the Church | St. Norbert

June 12: Trinity Sunday

June 13: St. Anthony of Padua

June 19: Feast of Corpus Christi | Fathers’ Day

June 20: World Refugee Day

June 21: St. Aloysius Gonzaga

June 22: St. Thomas More

June 23: St. Joseph Cafasso

June 24: Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Infographic: The 12 Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

June 25: Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

June 26: St. Josemaria Escriva

June 27: Feast of Our Lady of Perpetual Help

June 28: St. Irenaeus

June 29: Happy Anniversary to CAST Catholic Media!

June: 29 Sts. Peter and Paul

June 30: The First Martyrs of the Church of Rome

The entire month of June is devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

The Sacred Heart of Jesus has a cross, flames, crown of thorns, and blood. Each of these has special meaning so that we can remember His love for us. The cross points to His sacrifice, the flames are his purifying passion, the crown of thorns reminds us of His suffering and kingship, and the blood reminds us of the side wound during His death. He spilled all of His blood for us.

6 Ways To Incorporate His Sacred Heart Into Your Life This June

Draw a simple version of the Sacred Heart on top of your school notes or grocery lists.

Hang an image of the Sacred Heart in your home.

Pray the Sacred Heart of Jesus novena.

Learn more about the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Increase your love for His Sacred Heart by meditating on these quotes.

And, especially, remember not to break His Heart. Love Him with all of yours!

Resources On The Sacred Heart of Jesus

Catholic Father’s Day Articles And Quotes

In June, we also celebrate Father’s Day. Check out these great posts to share with your dad!

June Reflection Questions:

  1.      In what ways is your heart impure?
  2.      What artistic representation of Jesus’ heart inspires you most?
  3.      Who in your life have you met and lives with a great devotion or imitation of Jesus’ heart?
  4.      What can you do this month to honor the Sacred Heart of Jesus?
  5.      In what ways can you become closer to Christ in this very moment?

June’s Catholic Challenge

Challenge: Visit Jesus in Adoration every week, especially on the Solemnity of Corpus Christi (June 20), https://catholic-link.org/god-lets-himself-be-eaten/ ). Tell Him your deepest regrets and desires. Talk to Him like you talk to your spouse or closest friend because He is even closer to you than them. Spread His love this month to everyone you meet.

June Catholic Books To Read

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