In the Easter Vigil, we always have a reading about the Creation of the world (Gen 1:1–2:2). God made light, made a dome in the sky, gathered the waters, made several lights in the sky of day and night, made creatures in the waters and in the dome of the sky, brought forth living creatures on the earth, and made humankind in the image of the Blessed Trinity. 751 more words
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That every man might be intimately united with his goodness, he instituted the Sacrament of most holy Eucharist, in which every one may participate, to unite his Saviour to himself really and by way of food… This sacramental union urges us and aids us towards spiritual union.
Saint Francis de Sales
Throughout the works of those two great saints of love who are John of the Cross and Francis de Sales, we come across assertions that the act of loving makes the lover on the same plane as the beloved, that the object of our love, whether higher or lower than us, describes where the value of our own love falls; or, in the words of Saint Francis, 137 more words
Father Frassinetti states: “God wishes all to be holy; but some He wishes to be holy for their own sakes, some He wills to be holy for their own sake and for the sake of others also.” In the previous post, we read his comments concerning the former group. 375 more words