Evening Meditations for the Fourth Friday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

For obedience to be perfect, we must obey with the will and with the judgment. To obey with the will signifies to obey willingly, and not by constraint, after the fashion of slaves; to obey with the judgment means to conform our judgment to that of the superior, without examining what is commanded.

RORATE CÆLI: The Council and the Eclipse of God – Don Pietro Leone – Chapter 9 – A) METAPHYSICAL ANALYSIS (part 1) – 100 Metaphysical Errors of the Council

Having now finished the work of analysis on individual texts, Don Leone embarks on part III of the book with

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In June, rainbow-colored flags waved outside restaurants, signs with mantras such as “Love is love” rested in windows and parades

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: July 9th

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; St Maria Goretti

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Spiritual Reading for Saturday – Fourth Week After Pentecost

Oh, how beautiful a sight it was to behold our sweet Redeemer on that day, when, fatigued by His journey, He sat down, all engaging and loving, beside the well to await the Samaritan woman that He might convert and save her! Jesus, therefore, sat thus on the well–(Jo. iv. 6).

Morning Meditation for Saturday – Fourth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

During the day make frequently an offering of yourself to God, as St. Teresa used to do, saying: Lord, here I am! Do with me what pleaseth Thee! She used to say that all he who practises prayer should seek is to conform his will to the divine will; and let him be assured that in this consists the highest perfection.

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