Never mind, said Alberione. If God was sending them out, it was going to be up to God to provide the where-with-all: not only material things like food, shelter, printing presses and paper, but spiritual supplies like knowledge, good will, and above all, holiness. Their part would be to "seek first the "Kingdom of God," and all the rest "will be given in addition." Later, Alberione formulated this convictgion into a prayer he called the "Secret of Success" (like him, we also call it "The Pact," since it amounts to a covenant).
Today's readings invited me to take that "Pact" up again: in the spirit of the first reading from Proverbs, to be content "with only the bread I need" and in obedience to the Gospel's directives, not to attempt to provide for myself [how could I provide that "one thing necessary"?], but to "go and proclaim the Kingdom."
Here's the Liturgy haiku I wrote on the same theme:
Lord, grant me the faith
to be content when I have
enough for today.