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
21 Jun 2010
Summary of Tomorrow’s Meditation
Fourth Tuesday after Pentecost
We will meditate tomorrow upon the lively faith, the profound humility, and the ardent love which we ought to bring to the Holy Sacrifice. We will then make the resolution to bring to the Holy Sacrifice these three virtues, and our spiritual nosegay shall be the words which formerly the deacon pronounced in the assembly of the faithful: “Holy things are for those who art holy.”… Read the rest...read more
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21 Jun 2010
Fourth Monday after Pentecost
Summary of Today’s Meditation
We will meditate this morning upon the occupations of the soul during Holy Mass, and we shall see how suitable it is to occupy ourselves: First, with the passion and the death of Jesus Christ; second, with the ends of the Sacrifice; third, with the love which God the Father and Jesus Christ His Son testify to us in this mystery. We will then make the resolution: First, no longer to assist at Holy Mass from habit or routine, without some fixed and precise object to prevent the soul from being distracted; … Read the rest...read more
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19 Jun 2010
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
The Gospel according to St. Luke 5:1-11
“At that time, when the multitudes pressed upon Jesus to hear the word of God, He stood by the Lake of Genesareth. And He saw two ships standing by the lake; but the fishermen were gone out of them and were washing their nets; and going into one of the ships that was Simon’s: He desired him to draw back a little from the land, and sitting, He taught the multitudes out of the ship. Now, when He had ceased to speak, He said to Simon: Launch out into … Read the rest...read more
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23 May 2010
“Everything we do looks back to The Garden.” I’ve never made the link between Pentecost, Mt. Sinai, the Tower of Babel, AND the Garden of Eden. I’ve listened to this one three times now, and get something new from it each time.
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