One of the fascinating components of life as a Catholic is the opportunity to pray in a multitude of ways. We have liturgical prayer, devotions, meditation, and contemplation. We have different ways to focus our spirituality. There can be Ignatian prayer, Franciscan prayer, or Charismatic prayer. Whatever temperament we possess, there is a way to make a connection with God through our life of prayer. Today's feast is a powerful example of devotional prayer.
I want to encourage you to spend some time studying the history of this particular devotion. How did this devotion begin? What is the purpose? What are the promised benefits? The time you invest in learning about this devotion will be time well-spent. I won't do all of the homework for you, but I will suggest that you simply enter the name of the feast into your search engine and begin to learn. You can also type in the words "St. Margaret Mary Alacoque" for some results as well. After you learn about the devotion, take some time to engage in prayer.
The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord.