“I’m Going In” – Exodus 90 Begins Monday, January 21

“I’m Going In” – Exodus 90 Begins Monday, January 21


I want to strongly encourage that you join me for a challenging 90 days, in the lead up to Easter. This challenge is called Exodus 90.

My friend, Sam Guzman of Catholic Gentleman, has been encouraging men to join. Here’s what Sam says

… I invite all of you to join a movement of thousands of Catholics beginning Exodus 90 from January 21 until Easter. If you haven’t heard of Exodus 90, it’s a 90-day spiritual exercise involving focused fasting, prayer, and other forms of asceticism, together with other men.


I won’t lie. It will be challenging, and it will involve some real sacrifices. It will change how you spend your time, how you eat, and what media you consume. But if there’s ever time the Catholic church needs men to rise up and embrace prayer and penance, it is now.


As men, we are called to lead. Let’s shake off our complacency, take up our crosses, and deny ourselves for the good of our families, the Church, and the world. Join the waiting list using the link below to get notified when the start date begins.

To find out more and to sign-up, go here: Exodus90.com.

I find it more than interesting that the start date happens to occur on the Vigil of the anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Also, it is very interesting that as day one (January 21) begins, there will be a Super Blood Wolf moon. I tend to take these signs in the sky as God’s way to lend extra encouragement.

Ladies … as you know, men are under assault. I ask you to please pray and fast for these men during this 90-day challenge. Maybe take this time to develop these:

The foundational Supernatural Strength Practices of the United States Grace Force:

  • Believe in the supernatural power of God
  • Protect (or quickly recover) your “State of Grace”
  • Humble Obedience: Adhere to ALL teachings of the Church
  • Morning Offering
  • Mental Prayer
  • Lectio Divina
  • Go to Mass (Daily Mass, if at all possible)
  • Pray the Angelus (6:00 a.m., noon, 6:00 p.m. daily)
  • Daily Rosary
  • Pray at Every Meal
  • Evening Prayers
  • Frequent Confession: Keep your Confessions no more than one month apart
  • Eucharistic Adoration (Dedicate some time each week for Adoration)
  • Fasting (Fasting is a way in which the Lord gives the underdog victory)
  • Marian Consecration
  • Wear the Brown Scapular (or Scapular Medal
  • Extravagant Use of Sacramentals and Devotions
  • Examine Your Conscience Before Going to Sleep (Take a few minutes just before bed to review your day asking, “How have I behaved as a child of God?” It’s also a great time to look at that “dominant fault” you need to improve upon in order to become a saint. Conclude these few minutes of reflection by praying three Hail Marys for purity and then pray the “Act of Contrition”)

To find out more about the United States Grace Force, the “Battle Plan for 2019,” go HERE.

And, get a Combat Rosary 😉 … RomanCatholicGear.com.



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