Catholic New Years Resolutions

Jon Leonetti has put out a list of 20 Catholic New Year’s Resolutions!

Choose just one or combine a few. Most importantly, stick with it the best you’re able.

Read your Bible for 10 minutes a day.

Attend one daily Mass (in addition to Sunday Mass) each week.

Write down one thing you’re thankful to God for each evening.

Bring Holy Communion to someone that can’t make it to Mass each week.

Pray the Angelus every day at noon before lunch.

Take a priest to lunch once a month.

Sign up for an hour of adoration each week.
(Contact Bonnie Meadows at 812-482-4461)

Visit someone in the local nursing home every other week.

Go on a Catholic pilgrimage.

Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy every day at 3:00pm.

Fast from eating in-between meals on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Read a new Catholic book once a month.

Financially support a religious community of sisters.

Mark your calendar and honor the Marian feast days of the year.

Enroll in a course to help you better understand your faith. (Diocese of Evansville has a partnership with Dayton University

Pray a Litany of Saints every day with your family.

Turn (and keep) the dial on Catholic Radio. (WTJW 93.1 FM)

Pray a morning offering before you get out of bed.

Join the men’s or women’s group at your parish. (Precious Blood Men’s Club contact Kurt Mehringer. Ladies Sodality contact Buffy Keeley)

Pray a decade of the Rosary with your spouse every night. (Or with the parish on Wednesday’s at 6 pm)

Divine Providence Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration Chapel

The chapel is open 24/7 for you whenever you need a time out to be with Jesus. He is always there waiting for you! You are welcome anytime you would like to give thanks, say a special prayer for someone, or just simply be in the presence of Jesus.

The hours that need to be filled at this time:

5th Monday of the Month at 1 am
Wednesdays at 2 am
Fridays at 1 am
1st, 3rd & 4th Fridays of the Month at 3 am
Fridays at 8 pm


Please call if you are interested in having a scheduled hour: 812-630-8382 or e-mail:

When you look at the Crucifix, you understand how much Jesus loved you then. When you look a t the Sacred Host you understand how much Jesus loves you now. – Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta