Day: January 29, 2023
Evening Meditations for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany ~ Alphonsus Liguori
Viewed according to the senses, death excites fear and terror; but viewed with the eyes of Faith, it is consoling and desirable. To sinners it appears full of terror; but to the Saints it is amiable and precious. “It is precious,” says St. Bernard, “as the end of labours, the consummation of victory, the gate of life.” It is the end of toils and labours. Man, says Job, born of woman, living for a short time, is filled with many miseries (Job xiv. 1). Behold a picture of our life! It is short and all full of miseries, of infirmities, of fears, and of passions.
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Carissimi; Today’s Mass: St Francis de Sales
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Dr Robert Wilson’s weekly Sunday sermon…
Spiritual Reading for the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany ~ St Alphonsus Liguori
As long as we live on this earth we must, according to St. Paul, work out our salvation in fear and trembling in the midst of the dangers by which we are beset. Once upon a time when a certain ship was in the open sea a great tempest arose which made the captain tremble. In the hold of the vessel there was an animal eating with as much tranquillity as if the sea were perfectly calm.