Otherwise, 19 February would be the feast of Saint Odran, Martyr (died circa 450), martyred by pagans attempting to murder the bishop Saint Patrick: Martyr-link & Wikipedia-link.
'Twould also be the feast of Saint Boniface of Brussels, Bishop, O.Cist. (1183-1260, A.K.A. of Lausanne): Saint-link & Wikipedia-link.
Commentary: Wayback Machine.
'Twould also be the feast of Saint Conrad of Piacenza, Hermit, T.O.S.F. (circa 1290-1351): Saint-link ūnus, Saint-link duo, & Wikipedia-link.
Scripture of the Week
The Book of Leviticus, chapter nineteen, verses one, two, seventeen, & eighteen;
Psalm One Hundred Three, verses one thru four, eight, ten, twelve, & thirteen;
The First Latter to the Corinthians, chapter three, verses sixteen thru twenty-three;
The Gospel according to Matthew, chapter five, verses thirty-eight thru forty-eight.
On this fiftieth day of 2017 I partook of my fiftieth Mass. Life is good.
Mass Journal: Week Eight
Reflection by Matthew Kelly, founder of the Dynamic Catholic Institute:
The human heart is on a quest for happiness. Every person yearns for happiness like the desert yearns for rain. You have a desire for happiness; I have a desire for happiness. This desire is universal, common to every member of the human family. We simply desire to be happy, & we act from this desire. We often do things that we think will make us happy, only to discover that they end up making us miserable. This is often because we confuse pleasure with happiness. And sometimes long-term misery comes disguised as short-term pleasure.