08 Mar 2011
We will consider today how the mystery of Jesus outraged in the Eucharist causes to shine forth: first, His humility: second, His meekness; third, the perfection of His recollection. We will then make the resolution: first, to treat everyone today with great meekness and humility; second, in the midst of the general license to maintain ourselves in a spirit of recollection and prayer. Our spiritual nosegay shall be the invitation of the Psalmist: “Come, let us adore and fall down and weep before the Lord.” (Ps. 94:6)...read more
28 Jul 2010
Meditation for the Morning
Let us adore Our Lord in His conversation. He converses by preference with the poor, the little, and the simple, and above all with those recommended to Him by His Father (John 17:24), and He holds with them pious conversations calculated to lead them to God; it is thus that He teaches us to converse in a manner worthy of the gospel (Philipp. 1:27). Let us thank Him for the beautiful example which He gives us.
How we ought to Conduct ourselves toward the Different Classes of Persons with whom we have to Converse… Read the rest...read more
06 Jul 2010
From Fr. Tom Euteneuer of Human Life International takes on vampires, witches, Ouija boards, Satanic rock music and video games — is it all just innocent fun? (Make sure you check out Michael O’Brien’s new book, Harry Potter and the Paganization of Culture“.)
The Spiritual Toll of Pervasive Occultism
by Fr. Tom Euteneuer
Vampires, witches, Ouija boards, Satanic rock music and video games — innocent fun? I don’t think so. The proliferation of these dark forces … Read the rest...read more
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25 Jun 2010
Meditation for Friday Morning
Let us adore the immense goodness of the Son of God giving Himself to us in Holy Communion. His infinite love is communicated to us. Therein without reserve; His body, His blood, His soul, His graces, His divinity, He gives all, O God, prodigal of Thyself, could there be a heart ungrateful enough not to be melted with love for so much love?
The Humility full of Reverence with which we ought to Communicate
This feeling ought to spring up within us from the meditation of a double thought, Who art Thou, O Lord, … Read the rest...read more
23 Jun 2010
Meditation for the Fourth Wednesday after Pentecost
Let us adore the infinite goodness of Our Lord identifying Himself with us by Holy Communion, and making of our heart an earthly paradise, wherein He delights to dwell (Prov. 8:31). Can we ever be sufficiently grateful for such great love?
Holy Communion exercises its beneficent action on our souls and our bodies. Through it we unite ourselves so intimately with Jesus Christ that He dwells in us and we dwell in Him (John 6:57), and are so entirely transformed into Him that … Read the rest...read more