There where I am present in the Sacrament of my Love, the Spirit of the Father and the Son is also present.

Posted on May 19, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |


There where I am present in the Sacrament of my Love, the Spirit of the Father and the Son is also present. It is by the Holy Spirit that my Eucharistic presence reaches the souls who adore it to unite them to me, and carries them even before the Face of my Father.
from Vultus Christi
http://vultus.stblogs.org/2007/12/our_lord_to_a_priest.html
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That as he knew his obligation to love GOD in all things,
and as he endeavoured so to do,
he had no need of a director to advise him,
but that he needed much a confessor to absolve him.

That he was very sensible of his faults,
but not discouraged by them;
that he confessed them to GOD,
and did not plead against Him to excuse them.
When he had so done, he peaceably resumed

his usual practice of love and adoration.

That in his trouble of mind, he had consulted nobody,
but knowing only by the light of faith that GOD was present,
he contented himself with directing all his actions to Him,
i.e., doing them with a desire

to please Him, let what would come of it.

That useless thoughts spoil all: that the mischief began there;
but that we ought to reject them, as soon as
we perceived their impertinence
to the matter in hand, or our salvation;
and return to our communion with GOD.

That we ought to make a great difference between
the acts of the understanding and those of the will;
that the first were comparatively of little value, and the others all.

That our only business was to love and delight ourselves in GOD.

That we ought, without anxiety, to expect the pardon of our sins
from the Blood of JESUS CHRIST,
only endeavouring to love Him with all our hearts.

That GOD seemed to have granted the greatest favours
to the greatest sinners,
as more signal monuments of His mercy.

http://www.ccel.org/print/lawrence/practice/iii.ii

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