Top 10 Daily Devotionals to Start This Year!

In no particular order, here are our top 10 email devotionals to start this year! You obviously don’t have to follow them all, but these are just a few we follow that really helped us focus on God in 2015. There is always a call for us to be closer to God so following any of these especially this new year can help us achieve that.

  1. Morning Offering: Starting your morning off with God is the key to strength and success during the day. Morning offering sends daily meditations & verses featuring classic books on Catholic spirituality, daily readings & gospel mass reading with a homily on today’s gospel saints & feast days all in one easy-to-read email! To sign up visit
  2. Daily Works of Mercy: It’s one short message each day…with one simple thing you can do to celebrate this Year of Mercy. To sign up for the Year of Mercy list, simply go to and visit for more resources.
  3. Catechism in a Year: This is a “minor” catechism that has very short, clear answers to the most important questions. It’s extremely brief and to-the-point. Which means you can read it all in less than a minute per day! To sign up go to
  4. Popes in a Year: We all know Pope Francis, and we all know St. Peter, but do you know all the popes in between? This program will send a daily (Mon-Fri) installment featuring a brief and fun overview of every pope of the Catholic Church from #1 to #266. To sign up go to
  5. Opus Dei Message of the Day: Opus Dei is part of the Catholic Church. The name is Latin for “Work of God”. Opus Dei’s mission is to spread the Christian message that every person is called to holiness and that every honest work can be sanctified. Receive daily or weekly reflections on the gospel reading of the day from Opus Dei by subscribing at (scroll to the bottom of the page).
  6. Daily reflections from The Diary of St. Faustina: Divine Mercy Daily is a wonderful way to prepare for the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy. The Lord Jesus chose St. Maria Faustina as the Apostle and “Secretary” of His Mercy, so that she could tell the world about His great message, which St. Faustina recorded in a diary she titled Divine Mercy in My Soul. Receive nice short excerpts from this diary daily, as well as a prayer response. Subscribe at
  7. Receive daily or weekly articles, spiritual Inspiration on Saints, Homilies, and Quotes for the day and/or Latest Catholic News Headlines. Subscribe by clicking here.
  8. Heart of Mary Women’s Fellowship: This is an online bible study forum for women aiming to study how scripture meets tradition. It’s a place where the Law of God meets the Love of God, and where the words of our Holy Scripture meet with our Catholic traditions. You can subscribe to any of their studies and receive daily emails by visiting here.
  9. Daily Meditations from Regnum Christi: Regnum Christi (Latin for “Kingdom of Christ”) is a group, or movement, within the Catholic Church that helps people to live their faith deeply and to get involved in works of service that assist people with the hope of bringing them closer to Our Lord. They share the spirituality and working principles of the Legionaries of Christ, a religious congregation of priests and men preparing for the priesthood. The Regnum Christi family includes consecrated members, laypeople, diocesan priests and permanent deacons. It numbers about 30,000 people worldwide. Receive daily emails by subscribing at
  10. Sunday Bible Reflections with Dr. Scott Hahn: A former Presbyterian who converted to Catholicism, Hahn is known for his many books, including best seller, Rome Sweet Home, where he tells the story behind his conversion. Before his conversion, Scott had ten years of youth and pastoral ministry experience in Protestant congregations. He is a Catholic Theologian and teaches at the University of Steubenville, Ohio – “My work is about reading the Bible — reading it with you, and reading it “from the heart of the Church.” Visit to subscribe.

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