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

The Lord God loves those who love Him: I love them that love me (Prov. viii. 17). He showers down His graces on those that seek Him by love: The Lord is good … to the soul that seeketh him (Lament. 25).

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Spiritual Reading for Friday – Sixth Week After Pentecost

If it be true that the intercession of the Saints is necessary for us, much more is it true of the intercession of the Mother of God, whose prayers are certainly of more value in His sight than those of all the rest of the inhabitants of Heaven together.

Morning Meditation for Friday – Sixth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

A man will go on committing venial sins, and foolishly says: “It will be enough for me to be saved!” But I answer: By continuing that course you will not be saved! For, as St. Gregory says, the soul never remains where it falls, but descends much lower.

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