Evening Meditations for the Third Thursday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

If you really wish to please God, and at the same time give good example to others, embrace with peace all the infirmities God sends you. Oh, how great is the edification he gives, who in spite of all his pains and even the danger of death with which he may be threatened, preserves a serene countenance, abstains from all complaining, who thanks all for their attention, whether it be much or little, and accepts in the spirit of obedience the remedies applied, however bitter or painful they may be!

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: June 22

JUNE 22ND ON THE SACRAMENT OF PENANCE Consider first, the infinite goodness of God, who not content with instituting in

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Feast of Saint Alban, Proto-Martyr of Britain

S.  Alban, Proto-Martyr of Britain : Missa “In virtúte tua, Dómine“ A man called Alban, believed to have been a Romano-British

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Spiritual Reading for Thursday – Third Week After Pentecost

The Saints have not been made Saints by applause and honours, but by injuries and insults. St. Ignatius Martyr, a saintly Bishop who won universal esteem and veneration, was sent to Rome as a criminal, and on his way, experienced from the soldiers who conducted him nothing but the most barbarous insolence.

Morning Meditation for Third Thursday After Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

The Feast of the Mother of Perpetual Succour is celebrated on the Sunday before the Feast of St. John the Baptist