Evening Meditations for the Twenty-second Monday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Father Wigandt says that the scrupulous soul should obey the Confessor in all cases where the command is not plainly a sin, and this is the general and undoubted decision among the Doctors of the spiritual life. St. Ignatius Loyola says: “There must be obedience in all things in which no sin is perceived — that is, in which there is no manifest sin.”

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