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Pauline Enters the Carmel 4. First Communion and Confirmation 5. A Pilgrimage to Rome 7. The Little Flower Enters the Carmel 8. The Night of the Soul The New Commandment But there is no limit to the types of sanctity which the Creator is pleased to unfold before His Creatures.
To many, on reading for the first time the story of Sister Teresa of the Child Jesus and of the Holy Face, it came almost as a shock to find a very youthful member of an austere Order, strictly retired from the world, engaged in hidden prayer and mortification, appearing before us to reveal to the whole world the wonders of the close intimacy of friendship to which her Divine Spouse had been pleased to call her.
But no less certain is it that, in her particular case, her work for God and her apostolate were not to be confined between the walls of her religious home, or to be limited by her few years The story of my body earth. And again, the long tale of graces granted in such strange profusion through her intercession is proof sufficient that it was not without Divine permission and guidance that the history of her special and peculiar vocation has become the property of all Catholics in every land.
It is for God to keep, and for Him to make known the secrets of His Love for men. What are the hidden treasures which Our Divine Master thus reveals to us through His chosen little servant? Humility, self-effacement, obedience, hiddenness, unfaltering charity, with all the self-control and constant effort that they imply, are written on every page of the history of this little Saint.
And, as we turn its pages, the lesson is borne in upon our souls that there is no surer nor safer way of pleasing Our Father Who is in Heaven than by remaining ever as little children in His sight.
Feast of the Presentation of Our Blessed Lady, His eyes shone with a holy enthusiasm as the splendour of the Alps stirred to the depths his responsive nature.
He paused for a space, then, continuing his journey, soon reached the celebrated monastery that like a beacon on those heights darts afar its beams of faith and magnificent charity. The Prior, struck by the frank and open countenance of his guest, welcomed him with more than wonted hospitality.
He was born on August 22,at Bordeaux, while his father, a brave and devout soldier, was captain in the garrison there. He came to the monastery—and his journey was chiefly on foot—to consecrate his days to God. On learning his purpose the Prior questioned him upon his knowledge of Latin, only to discover that the young aspirant had not completed his course of studies in that language.
Go back to your own country, apply yourself diligently, and when you have ended your studies we shall receive you with open arms.
He set out for home—for exile he would have said—but ere long he saw clearly that his life was to be dedicated to God in another and equally fruitful way, and that the Alpine monastery was to be nothing more to him than a sweet memory.
God wanted her in the world, and so she returned to her parents, and to the companionship of her elder sister and her younger brother. From the cradle all were dedicated to Mary Immaculate, and all received her name: The two boys were the fruit of prayers and tears.
After the birth of the four elder girls, their parents entreated St. Joseph to obtain for them the favour of a son who should become a priest and a missionary.
Marie Joseph soon was given them, and his pretty ways appealed to all hearts, but only five months had run their course when Heaven demanded what it had lent. Then followed more urgent novenas. The grandeur of the Priesthood, glorious upon earth, ineffable in eternity, was so well understood by those Christian parents, that their hearts coveted it most dearly.
At all costs the family must have a Priest of the Lord, one who would be an apostle, peradventure a martyr.
Nine months had scarcely passed when he, too, fled from this world and joined his angel brother. They did not ask again. Yet, could the veil of the future have been lifted, their heavy hearts would, of a surety, have been comforted.
A child was to be vouchsafed them who would be a herald of Divine love, not to China alone, but to all the ends of the earth. Nay, they themselves were destined to shine as apostles, and we read on one of the first pages of the Portuguese edition of the Autobiography, these significant words of an eminent Jesuit: With most loving resignation they greeted the many crosses which the Lord laid upon them—the Lord whose tender name of Father is truest in the dark hour of trial.
Every morning saw them at Mass; together they knelt at the Holy Table.
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They strictly observed the fasts and abstinences of the Church, kept Sunday as a day of complete rest from work in spite of the remonstrance of friends, and found in pious reading their most delightful recreation.
They prayed in common—after the touching example of Captain Martin, whose devout way of repeating the Our Father brought tears to all eyes.Nov 23, · The Story of My Body by Cofer Cofer explores her personal context by the color of her skin by telling a story about the local store.
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Chapter 1 - Prolog My wife says I'm the luckiest man alive.
If I'm ever feeling down or unhappy she'll remind me that our relationship is one in a million and that it was so lucky that we found one another.