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"De ningún modo pasara esta generacion" Refutación Parte 2
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FAS - [Fuerzas Armadas Españolas] - Misión LíbanoMore
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FAS - [Fuerzas Armadas Españolas] - Misión Líbano
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Nueva york 1900-1919 visión de un tiempo distinto . Un concepto de un antiguo archivo audiovisualMore
Nueva york 1900-1919 visión de un tiempo distinto . Un concepto de un antiguo archivo audiovisual
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Saint John Paul II praying the Rosary. "The Rosary mystically transports us to Mary's side as she is busy watching over the human growth of Christ in the home of Nazareth. This enables her to train …More
Saint John Paul II praying the Rosary.
"The Rosary mystically transports us to Mary's side as she is busy watching over the human growth of Christ in the home of Nazareth. This enables her to train us and to mold us with the same care, until Christ is “fully formed” in us (cf. Gal 4:19). This role of Mary, totally grounded in that of Christ and radically subordinated to it, “in no way obscures or diminishes the unique mediation of Christ, but rather shows its power”. This is the luminous principle expressed by the Second Vatican Council which I have so powerfully experienced in my own life and have made the basis of my episcopal motto: Totus Tuus. The motto is of course inspired by the teaching of Saint Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort, who explained in the following words Mary's role in the process of our configuration to Christ: “Our entire perfection consists in being conformed, united and consecrated to Jesus Christ. Hence the most perfect of all devotions is undoubtedly that …
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Saint John Paul II praying the Rosary. "The Rosary mystically transports us to Mary's side as she is busy watching over the human growth of Christ in the home of Nazareth. This enables her to train …More
Saint John Paul II praying the Rosary.
"The Rosary mystically transports us to Mary's side as she is busy watching over the human growth of Christ in the home of Nazareth. This enables her to train us and to mold us with the same care, until Christ is “fully formed” in us (cf. Gal 4:19). This role of Mary, totally grounded in that of Christ and radically subordinated to it, “in no way obscures or diminishes the unique mediation of Christ, but rather shows its power”. This is the luminous principle expressed by the Second Vatican Council which I have so powerfully experienced in my own life and have made the basis of my episcopal motto: Totus Tuus. The motto is of course inspired by the teaching of Saint Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort, who explained in the following words Mary's role in the process of our configuration to Christ: “Our entire perfection consists in being conformed, united and consecrated to Jesus Christ. Hence the most perfect of all devotions is undoubtedly that …More
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St Yves (Ivo) “The values proposed by St Ivo retain an astonishing timeliness. His concern to promote impartial justice and to defend the rights of the poorest persons invites the builders of Europe …More
St Yves (Ivo)
“The values proposed by St Ivo retain an astonishing timeliness. His concern to promote impartial justice and to defend the rights of the poorest persons invites the builders of Europe today to make every effort to ensure that the rights of all, especially the weakest, are recognized and defended.” – Pope St John Paul II, from this letter. . Today, 19 May, is the feast of St Yves (or Ivo), who is the patron of lawyers.
St Yves (Ivo) “The values proposed by St Ivo retain an astonishing timeliness. His concern to promote impartial justice and to defend the rights of the poorest persons invites the builders of Europe …More
St Yves (Ivo)
“The values proposed by St Ivo retain an astonishing timeliness. His concern to promote impartial justice and to defend the rights of the poorest persons invites the builders of Europe today to make every effort to ensure that the rights of all, especially the weakest, are recognized and defended.” – Pope St John Paul II, from this letter. . Today, 19 May, is the feast of St Yves (or Ivo), who is the patron of lawyers.
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St Bernardine of Siena. 20 May is the feast of St Bernardine, who Gueranger says is "accounted the foremost Italian missionary of the fifteenth century, the greatest preacher of his day, the Apostle …More
St Bernardine of Siena.
20 May is the feast of St Bernardine, who Gueranger says is "accounted the foremost Italian missionary of the fifteenth century, the greatest preacher of his day, the Apostle of the Holy Name, and the restorer of the Order of Friars Minor. He remains one of the most popular of Italian saints, more especially in his own Siena." Terracotta sculpture by Santi Buglioni (1494–1576).
St Bernardine of Siena. 20 May is the feast of St Bernardine, who Gueranger says is "accounted the foremost Italian missionary of the fifteenth century, the greatest preacher of his day, the Apostle …More
St Bernardine of Siena.
20 May is the feast of St Bernardine, who Gueranger says is "accounted the foremost Italian missionary of the fifteenth century, the greatest preacher of his day, the Apostle of the Holy Name, and the restorer of the Order of Friars Minor. He remains one of the most popular of Italian saints, more especially in his own Siena." Terracotta sculpture by Santi Buglioni (1494–1576).
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Ascension of the Lord. "Christ is now exalted above the heavens, but he still suffers on earth all the pain that we, the members of his body, have to bear. He showed this when he cried out from …More
Ascension of the Lord.
"Christ is now exalted above the heavens, but he still suffers on earth all the pain that we, the members of his body, have to bear. He showed this when he cried out from above: Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? and when he said: I was hungry and you gave me food. Why do we on earth not strive to find rest with him in heaven even now, through the faith, hope and love that unites us to him? While in heaven he is also with us; and we while on earth are with him. He is here with us by his divinity, his power and his love. We cannot be in heaven, as he is on earth, by divinity, but in him, we can be there by love" – St Augustine. Medieval image from an unknown artist in the Louvre Museum, Paris.
Ascension of the Lord. "Christ is now exalted above the heavens, but he still suffers on earth all the pain that we, the members of his body, have to bear. He showed this when he cried out from …More
Ascension of the Lord.
"Christ is now exalted above the heavens, but he still suffers on earth all the pain that we, the members of his body, have to bear. He showed this when he cried out from above: Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me? and when he said: I was hungry and you gave me food. Why do we on earth not strive to find rest with him in heaven even now, through the faith, hope and love that unites us to him? While in heaven he is also with us; and we while on earth are with him. He is here with us by his divinity, his power and his love. We cannot be in heaven, as he is on earth, by divinity, but in him, we can be there by love" – St Augustine. Medieval image from an unknown artist in the Louvre Museum, Paris.
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Looking Up into Heaven. "He did not leave heaven when he came down to us; nor did he withdraw from us when he went up again into heaven. The fact that he was in heaven even while he was on earth is …More
Looking Up into Heaven.
"He did not leave heaven when he came down to us; nor did he withdraw from us when he went up again into heaven. The fact that he was in heaven even while he was on earth is borne out by his own statement: No one has ever ascended into heaven except the one who descended from heaven, the Son of Man, who is in heaven. These words are explained by our oneness with Christ, for he is our head and we are his body. No one ascended into heaven except Christ because we also are Christ: he is the Son of Man by his union with us, and we by our union with him are sons of God." – St Augustine. Terracotta sculpture by Andrea della Robbia, c.1490 in the Louvre Museum, Paris.
Looking Up into Heaven. "He did not leave heaven when he came down to us; nor did he withdraw from us when he went up again into heaven. The fact that he was in heaven even while he was on earth is …More
Looking Up into Heaven.
"He did not leave heaven when he came down to us; nor did he withdraw from us when he went up again into heaven. The fact that he was in heaven even while he was on earth is borne out by his own statement: No one has ever ascended into heaven except the one who descended from heaven, the Son of Man, who is in heaven. These words are explained by our oneness with Christ, for he is our head and we are his body. No one ascended into heaven except Christ because we also are Christ: he is the Son of Man by his union with us, and we by our union with him are sons of God." – St Augustine. Terracotta sculpture by Andrea della Robbia, c.1490 in the Louvre Museum, Paris.
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Ascendit Dominus. "Today our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven; let our hearts ascend with him. Listen to the words of the Apostle: If you have risen with Christ, set your hearts on the things …More
Ascendit Dominus.
"Today our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven; let our hearts ascend with him. Listen to the words of the Apostle: If you have risen with Christ, set your hearts on the things that are above where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God; seek the things that are above, not the things that are on earth. For just as he remained with us even after his ascension, so we too are already in heaven with him, even though what is promised us has not yet been fulfilled in our bodies." – St Augustine. Stained glass window from St Pierre in Chartres.
Ascendit Dominus. "Today our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven; let our hearts ascend with him. Listen to the words of the Apostle: If you have risen with Christ, set your hearts on the things …More
Ascendit Dominus.
"Today our Lord Jesus Christ ascended into heaven; let our hearts ascend with him. Listen to the words of the Apostle: If you have risen with Christ, set your hearts on the things that are above where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God; seek the things that are above, not the things that are on earth. For just as he remained with us even after his ascension, so we too are already in heaven with him, even though what is promised us has not yet been fulfilled in our bodies." – St Augustine. Stained glass window from St Pierre in Chartres.
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St Rita of Cascia. "Bestow on us, we pray, O Lord, the wisdom and strength of the Cross, with which you were pleased to endow Saint Rita, so that, suffering in every tribulation with Christ, we may …More
St Rita of Cascia.
"Bestow on us, we pray, O Lord, the wisdom and strength of the Cross, with which you were pleased to endow Saint Rita, so that, suffering in every tribulation with Christ, we may participate ever more deeply in his Paschal Mystery. Who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Rita. St Rita was a widow, mother, and Augustinian nun. She is patron: of abuse victims; against loneliness; against sterility; bodily ills; desperate causes; difficult marriages; forgotten causes; impossible causes; infertility; lost causes; parenthood; sick people; sickness; sterility; victims of physical spouse abuse; widows; wounds. This statue of the saint is in the Basilica of Notre Dame des Victoires in Paris.
St Rita of Cascia. "Bestow on us, we pray, O Lord, the wisdom and strength of the Cross, with which you were pleased to endow Saint Rita, so that, suffering in every tribulation with Christ, we may …More
St Rita of Cascia.
"Bestow on us, we pray, O Lord, the wisdom and strength of the Cross, with which you were pleased to endow Saint Rita, so that, suffering in every tribulation with Christ, we may participate ever more deeply in his Paschal Mystery. Who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Rita. St Rita was a widow, mother, and Augustinian nun. She is patron: of abuse victims; against loneliness; against sterility; bodily ills; desperate causes; difficult marriages; forgotten causes; impossible causes; infertility; lost causes; parenthood; sick people; sickness; sterility; victims of physical spouse abuse; widows; wounds. This statue of the saint is in the Basilica of Notre Dame des Victoires in Paris.
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Our Lady in Prayer. The Saturday after the Ascension is dedicated to Our Lady, the model of humble prayer. During this time of the Pentecost Novena, we pray with Mary our Mother for a fresh infusion …More
Our Lady in Prayer.
The Saturday after the Ascension is dedicated to Our Lady, the model of humble prayer. During this time of the Pentecost Novena, we pray with Mary our Mother for a fresh infusion of the graces of the Holy Spirit. This stained glass window by Charles Connick is in St Dominic's church in San Francisco.
Our Lady in Prayer. The Saturday after the Ascension is dedicated to Our Lady, the model of humble prayer. During this time of the Pentecost Novena, we pray with Mary our Mother for a fresh infusion …More
Our Lady in Prayer.
The Saturday after the Ascension is dedicated to Our Lady, the model of humble prayer. During this time of the Pentecost Novena, we pray with Mary our Mother for a fresh infusion of the graces of the Holy Spirit. This stained glass window by Charles Connick is in St Dominic's church in San Francisco.
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United in Prayer. "After Jesus was taken up into heaven the apostles went back from the Mount of Olives, as it is called, to Jerusalem, a short distance away, no more than a sabbath walk; and when …More
United in Prayer.
"After Jesus was taken up into heaven the apostles went back from the Mount of Olives, as it is called, to Jerusalem, a short distance away, no more than a sabbath walk; and when they reached the city they went to the upper room where they were staying; there were Peter and John, James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew, James son of Alphaeus and Simon the Zealot, and Jude son of James. All these joined in continuous prayer, together with several women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brothers." – Acts 1:12-14, which is today's 1st reading at Mass. The apostles, gathered around Our Lady, kept the first novena of prayer, as they awaited the descent of the Holy Spirit. Detail from an altarpiece in San Francisco's Catholic Cathedral.
United in Prayer. "After Jesus was taken up into heaven the apostles went back from the Mount of Olives, as it is called, to Jerusalem, a short distance away, no more than a sabbath walk; and when …More
United in Prayer.
"After Jesus was taken up into heaven the apostles went back from the Mount of Olives, as it is called, to Jerusalem, a short distance away, no more than a sabbath walk; and when they reached the city they went to the upper room where they were staying; there were Peter and John, James and Andrew, Philip and Thomas, Bartholomew and Matthew, James son of Alphaeus and Simon the Zealot, and Jude son of James. All these joined in continuous prayer, together with several women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, and with his brothers." – Acts 1:12-14, which is today's 1st reading at Mass. The apostles, gathered around Our Lady, kept the first novena of prayer, as they awaited the descent of the Holy Spirit. Detail from an altarpiece in San Francisco's Catholic Cathedral.
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St Dominic with Rosary. On 24 May, the Dominican Order also celebrates a lesser feast of St Dominic, called the Translation of the Relics of St Dominic. This feast commemorates the occasion in 1233 …More
St Dominic with Rosary.
On 24 May, the Dominican Order also celebrates a lesser feast of St Dominic, called the Translation of the Relics of St Dominic. This feast commemorates the occasion in 1233 when, at the urging of Gregory IX and in the presence of Theodoric, archbishop of Ravenna and papal legate, St Dominic’s body was moved to a marble sepulchre during the celebration of a General Chapter at Bologna attended by Bl. Jordan of Saxony and many brethren. Immediately a certain marvellous odour came forth from his sacred body, ‘showing clearly to all how much the saint had truly been the aroma of Christ.” This stained glass window of the saint is in the Lady Chapel of St Dominic's church, San Francisco.
St Dominic with Rosary. On 24 May, the Dominican Order also celebrates a lesser feast of St Dominic, called the Translation of the Relics of St Dominic. This feast commemorates the occasion in 1233 …More
St Dominic with Rosary.
On 24 May, the Dominican Order also celebrates a lesser feast of St Dominic, called the Translation of the Relics of St Dominic. This feast commemorates the occasion in 1233 when, at the urging of Gregory IX and in the presence of Theodoric, archbishop of Ravenna and papal legate, St Dominic’s body was moved to a marble sepulchre during the celebration of a General Chapter at Bologna attended by Bl. Jordan of Saxony and many brethren. Immediately a certain marvellous odour came forth from his sacred body, ‘showing clearly to all how much the saint had truly been the aroma of Christ.” This stained glass window of the saint is in the Lady Chapel of St Dominic's church, San Francisco.
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Ave Auxilium Christianorum. 24 May is dedicated to Our Lady under the title 'Help of Christians'. It was under this title that Our Lady was invoked by Pope St Pius V during the battle of Lepanto in …More
Ave Auxilium Christianorum.
24 May is dedicated to Our Lady under the title 'Help of Christians'. It was under this title that Our Lady was invoked by Pope St Pius V during the battle of Lepanto in 1571. The victory was attributed to Our Lady, under a new title, Our Lady of Victories (and later, Our Lady of the Rosary because the instrument of victory was the prayer of the Rosary). This stained glass window of Our Lady of Victory is in the Basilica of Notre Dame des Victoires in Paris. She is clearly seen also as the Help of Christians, as we see the Christian people on the right approaching her in supplication.
Ave Auxilium Christianorum. 24 May is dedicated to Our Lady under the title 'Help of Christians'. It was under this title that Our Lady was invoked by Pope St Pius V during the battle of Lepanto in …More
Ave Auxilium Christianorum.
24 May is dedicated to Our Lady under the title 'Help of Christians'. It was under this title that Our Lady was invoked by Pope St Pius V during the battle of Lepanto in 1571. The victory was attributed to Our Lady, under a new title, Our Lady of Victories (and later, Our Lady of the Rosary because the instrument of victory was the prayer of the Rosary). This stained glass window of Our Lady of Victory is in the Basilica of Notre Dame des Victoires in Paris. She is clearly seen also as the Help of Christians, as we see the Christian people on the right approaching her in supplication.
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Saint Bede's Shrine. "O king, it seems to me that this present life of man on earth, in comparison to that time which is unknown to us, is as if you were sitting at table in the winter with your …More
Saint Bede's Shrine.
"O king, it seems to me that this present life of man on earth, in comparison to that time which is unknown to us, is as if you were sitting at table in the winter with your ealdormen and thegns, and a fire was kindled and the hall warmed, while it rained and snowed and stormed outside. A sparrow came in, and swiftly flew through the hall; it came in at one door, and went out at the other. Now during the time when he is inside, he is not touched by the winter's storms; but that is the twinkling of an eye and the briefest of moments, and at once he comes again from winter into winter. In such a way the life of man appears for a brief moment; what comes before, and what will follow after, we do not know. Therefore if this doctrine [Christianity] offers anything more certain or more fitting, it is right that we follow it." - from the 'Ecclesiastical History' of St Bede. Last December, I made a visit to the Shrine of St Bede, in the Galilee Chapel of Durham Cathedral.…
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Saint Bede's Shrine. "O king, it seems to me that this present life of man on earth, in comparison to that time which is unknown to us, is as if you were sitting at table in the winter with your …More
Saint Bede's Shrine.
"O king, it seems to me that this present life of man on earth, in comparison to that time which is unknown to us, is as if you were sitting at table in the winter with your ealdormen and thegns, and a fire was kindled and the hall warmed, while it rained and snowed and stormed outside. A sparrow came in, and swiftly flew through the hall; it came in at one door, and went out at the other. Now during the time when he is inside, he is not touched by the winter's storms; but that is the twinkling of an eye and the briefest of moments, and at once he comes again from winter into winter. In such a way the life of man appears for a brief moment; what comes before, and what will follow after, we do not know. Therefore if this doctrine [Christianity] offers anything more certain or more fitting, it is right that we follow it." - from the 'Ecclesiastical History' of St Bede. Last December, I made a visit to the Shrine of St Bede, in the Galilee Chapel of Durham Cathedral.…More
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Saint Philip Neri. "Father, you continually raise up your faithful to the glory of holiness. In your love kindle in us the fire of the Holy Spirit who so filled the heart of Philip Neri. We ask this …More
Saint Philip Neri.
"Father, you continually raise up your faithful to the glory of holiness. In your love kindle in us the fire of the Holy Spirit who so filled the heart of Philip Neri. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Philip Neri (26 May) Painting in the Lateran Baptistery in Rome.
Saint Philip Neri. "Father, you continually raise up your faithful to the glory of holiness. In your love kindle in us the fire of the Holy Spirit who so filled the heart of Philip Neri. We ask this …More
Saint Philip Neri.
"Father, you continually raise up your faithful to the glory of holiness. In your love kindle in us the fire of the Holy Spirit who so filled the heart of Philip Neri. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Philip Neri (26 May) Painting in the Lateran Baptistery in Rome.
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Our Lady & Jesus with SS Augustine and Thomas of Canterbury. "O God, who by the preaching of the Bishop Saint Augustine of Canterbury led the English peoples to the Gospel, grant, we pray, that the …More
Our Lady & Jesus with SS Augustine and Thomas of Canterbury.
"O God, who by the preaching of the Bishop Saint Augustine of Canterbury led the English peoples to the Gospel, grant, we pray, that the fruits of his labours may remain ever abundant in your Church. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Augustine of Canterbury (27 May), the Benedictine monk who led a mission to evangelise the people of England in 597. 'Our Lady with the Holy Child and the figures of St Augustine and St Thomas of Canterbury' was painted by Ferdinand Platner in Rome in 1854. It is in the Visitor Centre of St Augustine's church, Ramsgate.
Our Lady & Jesus with SS Augustine and Thomas of Canterbury. "O God, who by the preaching of the Bishop Saint Augustine of Canterbury led the English peoples to the Gospel, grant, we pray, that the …More
Our Lady & Jesus with SS Augustine and Thomas of Canterbury.
"O God, who by the preaching of the Bishop Saint Augustine of Canterbury led the English peoples to the Gospel, grant, we pray, that the fruits of his labours may remain ever abundant in your Church. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen." – Collect for the feast of St Augustine of Canterbury (27 May), the Benedictine monk who led a mission to evangelise the people of England in 597. 'Our Lady with the Holy Child and the figures of St Augustine and St Thomas of Canterbury' was painted by Ferdinand Platner in Rome in 1854. It is in the Visitor Centre of St Augustine's church, Ramsgate.
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Coral Sunset Peony. The peony is called a Pentecost Rose in German because it comes into bloom around the time if this feast. This beautiful species, which changes, like the colour of the sky at …More
Coral Sunset Peony.
The peony is called a Pentecost Rose in German because it comes into bloom around the time if this feast. This beautiful species, which changes, like the colour of the sky at sunset, from pink to orange to yellow is also evocative of the tongues of fire seen alighting on the apostles at Pentecost, a symbol of the Holy Spirit.
Coral Sunset Peony. The peony is called a Pentecost Rose in German because it comes into bloom around the time if this feast. This beautiful species, which changes, like the colour of the sky at …More
Coral Sunset Peony.
The peony is called a Pentecost Rose in German because it comes into bloom around the time if this feast. This beautiful species, which changes, like the colour of the sky at sunset, from pink to orange to yellow is also evocative of the tongues of fire seen alighting on the apostles at Pentecost, a symbol of the Holy Spirit.
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Pope St Paul VI. "Thus the People of God have learned to call on her as the Consoler of the afflicted, the Health of the sick, and the Refuge of sinners, that they may find comfort in tribulation, …More
Pope St Paul VI.
"Thus the People of God have learned to call on her as the Consoler of the afflicted, the Health of the sick, and the Refuge of sinners, that they may find comfort in tribulation, relief in sickness and liberating strength in guilt. For she, who is free from sin, leads her children to combat sin with energy and resoluteness. This liberation from sin and evil (cf. Mt. 6:13) – it must be repeated – is the necessary premise for any renewal of Christian living." – Marialis Cultus, 57. This statue of Pope St Paul VI is in the Audience Hall named after him in the Vatican.
Pope St Paul VI. "Thus the People of God have learned to call on her as the Consoler of the afflicted, the Health of the sick, and the Refuge of sinners, that they may find comfort in tribulation, …More
Pope St Paul VI.
"Thus the People of God have learned to call on her as the Consoler of the afflicted, the Health of the sick, and the Refuge of sinners, that they may find comfort in tribulation, relief in sickness and liberating strength in guilt. For she, who is free from sin, leads her children to combat sin with energy and resoluteness. This liberation from sin and evil (cf. Mt. 6:13) – it must be repeated – is the necessary premise for any renewal of Christian living." – Marialis Cultus, 57. This statue of Pope St Paul VI is in the Audience Hall named after him in the Vatican.
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