Evening Meditations for Sunday after Corpus Christi ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Let us be especially on our guard against all ambitious seeking of preference, and sensibility in points of honour. St. Teresa said, “Where points of honour prevail, there spirituality will never prevail.” Many persons make profession of a spiritual life, but they are worshippers of self.

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: Corpus Christi

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Sunday after Corpus Christi

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Spiritual Reading for Sunday after Corpus Christi ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

“Let us be careful,” says St. Teresa, “never to be at a distance from Jesus, our beloved Shepherd, or to lose sight of Him: for the sheep which are near their shepherd are always more caressed and better fed, and always receive some choice morsels of that which he himself eats. If by chance the shepherd sleeps, still the lamb remains near him and either waits until his slumber ends, or itself wakens him; and it is then caressed with new favours.”

Morning Meditation for Sunday after Corpus Christi ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Jesus has no need of us. He is equally happy, rich and powerful, with or without our love, and yet He loves us so intensely that He desires our love as much as if man were His God. This so filled Job with astonishment that he cried out: What is man that thou shouldst magnify him? Or why dost thou set thy heart upon him?

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