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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: January 11th On seeking Jesus, when He has been lost by sin

Meditations for every day of the year by Bishop ✠Richard Challoner

Carissimi; Today’s Mass: Day VI The Epiphany Octave

The sublime Mysteries, which we are celebrating during this holy season, have taught us the greatness of our own misery, and the immensity of God’s love for us, and we feel more than ever the obligation we are under of fleeing from the world and its concupiscences, and of uniting ourselves to God…

Morning Meditation for the 11th Day of January ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

God wishes us all to be saved: Who will have all men to be saved (I Tim. ii. 4). He is ready to give to all the help necessary for salvation; but He grants it only to those who ask Him, as St. Augustine says: “He gives only to those who ask.” Hence it is the common opinion of Theologians, and of the Holy Fathers, that prayer is necessary for adults as a means of salvation; that is to say, a person who does not pray, but neglects to ask of God the help requisite for overcoming temptations, and for preserving grace already received, cannot be saved.

Morning Meditation for the 11th Day of January ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

An irreparable affair! No error can be compared with the error of neglecting one’s eternal salvation. For all other failures there is a remedy. If you lose your soul the loss is irreparable, for the soul, once lost, is lost for ever!

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