Tag: St. Thomas Aquinas

Come Follow Me

What does it mean to follow Jesus when He says “Come, follow me”? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects on Christ’s obedience in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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The Mystery of the Incarnation

How does the mystery of the Incarnation present itself to us? Enter into Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen’s reflection on the immensity of God’s love becoming flesh for us.

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The Life of Love

The Life of Love Presence of God – Grant, O Lord, that even while I am here on earth, I may love You as I

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The Mystery of Faith

The Mystery of Faith Presence of God – O Jesus, I believe that You are present in the Blessed Sacrament of the altar, and I

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Holy Fear

Holy Fear We find in the writings of the great mystics, especially of those who have been recognized as “Doctor of the Church,” a certain

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On the Holy Communion

ON THE HOLY COMMUNION “Take ye, and eat: this is my body.” Matthew 26:26 Let us consider the great gift which Jesus Christ has bestowed

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Remorses of the Damned

REMORSES OF THE DAMNED “Their worm dieth not.” Mark 9:47 According to St. Thomas [Aquinas], this worm, which dieth not, is to be understood of

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On the Pains of Hell

ON THE PAINS OF HELL “And these shall go into everlasting punishment.” Matthew 25:46 In committing sin, the sinner does two evils. He abandons God,

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