Evening Meditations for Saturday after Ascension ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The tepidity, then, that does hinder perfection, is that tepidity which is avoidable when a person, commits deliberate venial faults; because all these faults committed with open eyes can effectually be avoided by Divine grace if we have the desire. Wherefore St. Teresa said: “May God deliver you from deliberate sin, however small it may be.

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: Saturday after Ascension

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Augustine of Canterbury

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; StAugustine of Canterbury

Spiritual Reading for Saturday after Ascension ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

St. Bonaventure says that in each Mass God bestows on the world a benefit not inferior to that which He conferred by His Incarnation. This is conformable to the celebrated words of St. Augustine: “0 venerable dignity of the priests, in whose hands, as in the womb of the Virgin, the Son of God becomes incarnate!” Moreover, St. Thomas teaches that since· the Sacrifice of the altar is nothing else than the application and renewal of the Sacrifice of the Cross, a single Mass brings to men the same benefits and salvation that were produced by the Sacrifice of the Cross.

Morning Meditation for Saturday after Ascension ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

O Lux beatissima! The Holy Ghost, who is called most blessed Light, is He Who not only inflames our hearts to love Him, but also dispels all darkness and reveals to us the vanity of earthly things. 0 Holy Spirit, visit me by Thy grace, and grant me the gift of understanding, that by the contemplation of Heavenly things I may detach my thoughts and affections from all the vanities of this miserable world.

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