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Sunday, December 10, 2006
Words of Inspiration: December 10, 2006
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"Lovingly humble yourself before God and man, because God speaks to the humble. Love silence, because much talk is never without sin. Withdraw into yourself as much as you can, because, in this way, the Lord speaks freely to the soul, and the soul is more able to listen to His voice. Cut down on your visits to people, and bear those visits made to you in a Christian manner" (St. Padre Pio).

"We must die between two pillows; the one , of the humble confession that we merit nothing but Hell; the other, of an entire confidence that God, in His mercy, will give us Paradise" (St Francis de Sales).

"Obey, My daughter, do the work imposed upon you by Obedience, and offer it for souls; each line which you shall write today in the spirit of Obedience and Charity will procure the deliverence of a soul" (Our Lord to Servant of God Mary Villani).

1 comments:

del_button December 11, 2006 at 2:08 PM
Anonymous said...

Well, what you have on your blog is a video clip of a High Mass - also known as Missa Cantata. A High Mass is never a comprimise between Low Mass and 'Solemn High Mass' ( I think that's what you're trying to say ). Each mass has it's own prescribed rubrics and is said to cater for the needs of the congregation. FYI.

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