“The Word Is 'Daily' Not Twice A Year”

Teaching Delivered Through

Frances Marie Klug

February 10, 1981


“Holy Mother Church is more than a twice a year deal. Noticeably, Roman Catholics find that Christmas and Lent are times in which their Faith in God is expressed in attending particular ceremonies and practices that are meant to develop one’s understanding and Faith in God.

There is no denying that these two times of year have great meaning, great purpose, and understandably we are encouraged to participate because of the traditionalism surrounding these important events.

We Roman Catholics must be aware that to be a Roman Catholic twice a year will not make us Saints. To become a Saint is a daily responsibility and we must endeavor to utilize every day to the fullest for the sake of our Soul.

Be a Daily Roman Catholic.

Be a Daily Communicant.

Be a Daily follower of the Ten Commandments.

Be a Daily Christian.

Daily ask God’s Forgiveness.

Daily growing in Spiritual Faith in God.

Daily using your Daily Divine Office.”