Evening Meditations for the Seventh Wednesday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

In this manner the soul is wholly united to God in Heaven, and loves Him with all her strength; her love is most perfect and complete, and though necessarily finite, since a creature is not capable of infinite love, it nevertheless renders her perfectly happy and contented, so that she desires nothing more.

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: July 27th

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Spiritual Reading for Wednesday – Seventh Week After Pentecost

The principal instruction that St. James gives us, if we wish by Prayer to obtain grace from God, is that we pray with a confidence that feels sure of being heard, and without hesitating: Let him ask in faith, nothing wavering (James i. 6).

Morning Meditation for Wednesday – Seventh Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. That word–Proficiscere! Depart!–which brings such terror to worldlings alarms not the just. To them it is not painful to leave all earthly goods, for God has been their only Treasure; nor honours, for they always despised them; nor friends and relatives, for they loved them only in God.

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