Evening Meditations for the Eighth Tuesday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

It is an excellent practice also, in the moment of temptation, to make the Sign of the Cross on the forehead and breast. It is also of great service to reveal the temptation to our spiritual director. St. Philip Neri used to say that a temptation made known is half-conquered.

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Spiritual Reading for Tuesday – Eighth Week After Pentecost

If, then, God wills all to be saved, it follows that He gives to all that grace and those aids which are necessary for the attainment of salvation, otherwise it could never be said that He has a true will to save all.

Morning Meditation for Tuesday – Eighth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The greatest torment the damned will have to suffer in hell will be from themselves; from their own remorse of conscience. Their worm dieth not. Alas, what a cruel worm will it be to Christians who are lost in hell, to remember for what trifles they have damned their souls!

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