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St. Josemaria Institute 36m
"Do not neglect your obligation to love your parents more each day, to mortify yourself for them, to pray for them and to be grateful to them for all the good you owe them." (The Forge, 21)
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eScrivaLite 12h
When the branches are united to the vine they grow to maturity and bear fruit. What then should you and I do?We should get right close to Jesus.We should speak affectionate words to him throughout the day.That is what people in love do.
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eScrivaLite Jul 21
“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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Scepter Publishers Jul 18
“Either we learn to find our Lord in ordinary, everyday life, or else we shall never find him… There is no other way.” ~ St.
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eScrivaLite Jul 18
I prefer virtue to austerity, Yahweh said to the chosen people, who set too much store by certain external formalities. That is why we must cultivate penance and mortification as a proof of our true love for God and for our neighbour.
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eScrivaLite Jul 19
... which has been in his mind from all eternity”
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St. Josemaria Institute Jul 21
"There are many people around you, and you have no right to be an obstacle to their spiritual good, to their eternal happiness. You are under an obligation to be a saint. You must not let God down for having chosen you." (The Forge, 20)
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eScrivaLite Jul 20
If you wish to get close to Our Lord through the pages of the Gospels, I always recommend that you try to enter in on the scene taking part as just one more person there. Like Martha, opening your heart sincerely...
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eScrivaLite Jul 21
‘Mary chose the better part', we read in the holy Gospel.There she is, apparently idle, she is praying and loving.Then she accompanies Jesus in his preaching through towns and villages. Without prayer, how difficult it is to accompany him!
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St. Josemaria Institute Jul 15
"Christ suffered in your place and for your benefit, to tear you away from the slavery of sin and imperfection." (The Forge, 14)
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Jose Félix Baldrich Mar 1
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St. Josemaria Institute Jul 17
"Meditate on this frequently: I am a Catholic, a child of Christ's Church. He brought me to birth in a home that is his, without my doing anything to deserve it. My God, how much I owe you." (The Forge, 16)
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St. Josemaria Institute Jul 14
"Just to think, there are so many men and women on earth, and the Master does not fail to call every single one. He calls them to a Christian life, to a life of holiness, to a chosen life, to a life eternal." (The Forge, 13)
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eScrivaLite Jul 13
You remember the parable of the Good Samaritan? Note that this is not an example provided by Our Lord for the benefit of just a few select people since he immediately adds in answer to his questioner: Go and do the same yourself.'
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Scepter Publishers Jul 8
“Never speak badly of your brother, not even when you have plenty of reasons. Go first to the , and then go to the priest your father, and tell him also what is worrying you...And no one else.” ~ St. 444
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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 May 20
“Abandonment to the will of is the of on earth. Say then: “my food is to do His will,”
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NotYourMamasMinister Jun 26
"Understand this well: there is something holy, something divine hidden in the most ordinary situations, and it is up to each one of you to discover it." ~ Josemaria Escriva
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eScrivaLite Jul 11
Work on to the end, to the very end! It is the one who perseveres right to the end who will be saved.We children of God have the means we need. With God there are no impossibles. They are overcome always.
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St. Josemaria Institute Jul 12
"You owe such a great debt to your Father - God! He has given you life, intelligence, will... He has given you his grace: The Holy Spirit; Jesus, in the sacred Hosts; divine sonship." (The Forge, 11)
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