Evening Meditations for the 13th Day of January ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Jesus chose to dwell in Egypt during His infancy, that therein He might lead a hard and a more abject life. According to St. Anselm and other writers, the Holy Family lived in Heliopolis. Let us with St. Bonaventure contemplate the life of Jesus during the seven years He remained in Egypt, as was revealed to St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi.

Liturgical Year: January 13th – YouTube

Kevin Davis reads from Abbot Dom Gueranger’s classic, “The Liturgical Year” Liturgical Year: January 13th – YouTube

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Carissimi; Today’s Mass: The Octave Day of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The thoughts of the Church, today, are fixed on the Baptism of our Lord in the Jordan, which is the second of the three Mysteries of the Epiphany. The Emmanuel manifested Himself to the Magi, after having shown Himself to the Shepherds; but this manifestation was made within the narrow space of a stable at Bethlehem, and the world knew nothing of it. In the Mystery of the Jordan, Christ manifested himself with greater publicity…

Spiritual Reading for the 13th Day of January ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

Father Balthassar Alvarez, a great servant of God, used to say that we must not think we have made any progress in the way of God until we have come to keep Jesus crucified ever in our heart. And St. Francis de Sales said that “the love which does not spring from the Passion is feeble.”

Morning Meditation for the 13th Day of January ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

St. Teresa used to say that nothing that ends ought to be considered of any consequence. Death approaches, the curtain falls, the scene closes, and thus all things come to an end. Let us therefore strive to gain that fortune which will not fail with time.

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