Evening Meditations for the Twenty-third Friday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The greatest ignominies Jesus had to suffer were those of His Passion. In the first place He then had to see Himself abandoned by His beloved disciples. One of them betrayed Him, another denied Him, and when He was captured in the Garden, all fled and abandoned Him: Then his disciples leaving him, all fled away (Mark, xiv. 50).

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: November 18th on the parable of the unjust steward, Luke xvi

A brief meditation for Christians from Bishop ✠Richard Challoner for everyday of the year.

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Dedication of the Basilicas of St. Peter & Paul

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Spiritual Reading for Friday – Twenty-third Week After Pentecost

Whenever you have to speak, be careful, in conformity with the advice of the Holy Ghost to make a balance for thy words (Ecclus, xxviii. 29), and examine what you ought to say. Make a balance for your words that you may weigh them before you give expression to them. Hence St. Bernard says that “before your words come to the tongue, let them pass twice under the file of examination,” that you may suppress what you should not utter.

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