“Nunc Coepi” translates to “Now I begin” in Latin. This motto reminds us to persevere in our pursuit of holiness. It reminds us to begin again, at every moment of every day when God’s grace is needed most. The particular flowers featured in our Nunc Coepi products are referred to as Nyctinastic flowers because they close at night and bloom again in the morning. Examples of these include poppies, tulips and crocus. Let these flowers and this phrase accompany you at the start of your day and point you to the merciful arms of Jesus.
70 lb / 100gsm lined recycled paper is bleed-free
Built with durable smyth-sewn library-quality binding
Prayer included on the inside cover:
If I should fall a thousand times a day, a thousand times a day I will begin again, with new awareness of my weakness, promising God, with a peaceful heart, to amend my life. I will never think of God as if He were of our condition and grows weary of our wavering, weakness, and negligence. Rather, I will think of what is truly characteristic of him and what he prizes most highly, that is, his goodness and mercy, knowing that he is a loving father who understands our weakness, is patient with us, and forgives us. Nunc Coepi. Now I begin. // Venerable Bruno Lanteri
Prayer included on the inside back cover: The Magnificat Prayer
*rosary in photo from West Coast Catholic*