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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 11
“Children. How they seek to behave worthily in the presence of their fathers! And you…don’t you realize that you are always in the presence of the great king, God, your Father?”
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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 13
“Marvel at the courage of Mary - at the foot of the cross, in the greatest of human sorrow filled with fortitude. And ask her for that same fortitude, so that you, too, will know how to remain close to the cross.”
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eScrivaLite Apr 13
Jesus suffers to carry out the will of the Father. And you, who also want to carry out the most holy Will of God, following the steps of the Master, can you complain if you meet suffering on your way?
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Scepter Publishers Apr 22
“Seek union with God and buoy yourself up with — that sure virtue! — because Jesus will illuminate the way for you with the light of his , even in the darkest night.” ~ St. ( The Forge, 293)
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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 12
On this last Friday of Lent, contemplating our Lord in His passion, engrave this in your heart: “Depend on Jesus for everything. you have nothing, are worth nothing, are capable of nothing. He will act, if you abandon yourself to him.”
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eScrivaLite Apr 14
We must pause to consider the intense hours preceding his Passion and Death, when Christ prepares himself to carry out the Sacrifice that will bring us back once more to God's Love.
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St. Josemaria Institute 17h
The perfect Christian is a bearer of peace and joy. Peace, because he realizes he is in the presence of God; joy, because he sees himself surrounded by God's blessings. (Friends of God, 70) :
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eScrivaLite Apr 18
Our Holy Thursday meditation draws to a close. If our Lord has helped us —and he is always ready to do so, as long as we open our hearts to him —we will feel the need to correspond in what is most important, and that is love.
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eScrivaLite Apr 20
When the holy women reached the tomb, they found that the stone had been rolled aside. This is what always happens! When we make up our minds to do what we should, the difficulties are easily overcome.
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AFB Mar 12
“Our Lord tells them how they should pray. He reveals to them the great secret of God's mercy: that we are children of God and we can talk things over with him and spend time with him” in from the free App
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Elizabeth Sango Jan 17
“Absence, isolation: trials for our perseverance, Holy Mass, prayer sacraments, sacrifices, communion of the saints: weapons to conquer in the trial.”
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St. Josemaria Institute Apr 22
Easter is a time of joy. A joy not confined to this period of the liturgical year but to be found really and fully in the Christian's heart. (Christ is Passing By, 102) :
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eScrivaLite Apr 21
The Lord's triumph, on the day of the Resurrection, is final. Where are the soldiers the rulers posted there?(...) Be filled with hope: Jesus Christ is always victorious.
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Jose Félix Baldrich Mar 1
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eScrivaLite Apr 16
“What a pleasure it is to contemplate John, leaning his head on Christ's breast! —It is like giving up one's intelligence lovingly, difficult though this is, to let it be set on fire by the flame of the Heart of Jesus.”
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eScrivaLite Apr 20
Look: difficulties, large and small, can be seen at once... But if there is love, one pays no heed to those obstacles: one goes ahead with daring, with conviction, with courage.
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chris sagun Jan 11
After this my son, what more can I do for you? What more can I do for you? @ IC3 Convention…
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eScrivaLite Apr 5
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eScrivaLite Apr 15
“True detachment leads us to be very generous with God and with our fellow men. It makes us actively resourceful and ready to spend ourselves in helping the needy”
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Elizabeth Sango Jan 12
“Do everything unselfishly for pure love, as if there were neither reward or punishment. But in your heart foster the glorious hope of .”
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