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1 Title | The Spiritual Exercises Of ~St. Ignatius of Loyola~ 2 Title | Exercises Of ~St. Ignatius of Loyola~TRANSLATED FROM THE 3 Title | The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola translated 4 Title | Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola translated from the 5 Intro, Approb | APPROBATION OF THE LATIN TEXTS~ 6 Intro, Approb, 0 | also the formal approval of Paul III, are given here, 7 Intro, Vulgat, 0 | conducive to the salvation of souls.~THE CARDINAL OF BURGOS~ 8 Intro, Vulgat, 0 | salvation of souls.~THE CARDINAL OF BURGOS~ 9 Intro, Vulgat, 0 | print the work; it is worthy of all praise and very profitable 10 Intro, Vulgat, 0 | AEGIDIUS FOSCARARIUS,~Master of the Sacred Palace~ 11 Intro, Litera, 0 | and we judge them worthy of being received and highly 12 Intro, Litera, 0 | orthodox faith.~THE CARDINAL OF BURGOS~ 13 Intro, Litera, 0 | this work; it is worthy of all praise and very profitable 14 Intro, Litera, 0 | their source in the study of the Scriptures and in long 15 Intro, Litera, 0 | AEGIDIUS FOSCARARIUS,~Master of the Sacred Palace~ 16 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | The cares of the pastoral charge of the 17 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | cares of the pastoral charge of the whole flock of Christ 18 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | charge of the whole flock of Christ entrusted to Us and 19 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | to the glory and praise of God impel Us to embrace 20 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | what helps the salvation of souls and their spiritual 21 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Francis de Borgia, Duke of Gandia, has lately brought 22 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Ignatius de Loyola, General of the Society of Jesus, erected 23 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | General of the Society of Jesus, erected by Us in 24 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | to move piously the souls of the faithful, and that they 25 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | spiritual consolation and profit of the same. This the said 26 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | be more spread, and more of the faithful may be induced 27 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | and praise them and out of Our Apostolic goodness to 28 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | examined, and by the testimony of and report made to Us by 29 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | son John Cardinal Priest of the Title of St. Clement, 30 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Cardinal Priest of the Title of St. Clement, Bishop of Burgos 31 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Title of St. Clement, Bishop of Burgos and Inquisitor, Our 32 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | venerable Brother Philip, Bishop of Saluciae, and Our Vicar 33 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Aegidius Foscararius, Master of Our Sacred Palace, have 34 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | these Exercises are full of piety and holiness and that 35 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | for the spiritual profit of the faithful.~ 36 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | everywhere in the Church of God, and to the very great 37 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | by these presents, and of Our certain knowledge, We 38 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | earnestly exhort all and each of the faithful of both sexes 39 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | and each of the faithful of both sexes everywhere to 40 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | regulations for the diffusion of the book, and then confirmatory 41 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | s in Rome under the seal of the Fisherman, 31 July, 42 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | 1548, in the 14th year of Our Pontificate.~BLO. EL. 43 Prefa, 0, 0 | THE present translation of the Exercises of St. Ignatius 44 Prefa, 0, 0 | translation of the Exercises of St. Ignatius has been made 45 Prefa, 0, 0 | from the Spanish Autograph of St. Ignatius. The copy so 46 Prefa, 0, 0 | indeed in the handwriting of the Saint, but has a good 47 Prefa, 0, 0 | Saint, but has a good number of corrections made by him 48 Prefa, 0, 0 | St. Ignatius of Loyola was a man without 49 Prefa, 0, 0 | Spanish, but Basque. His lack of education and his imperfect 50 Prefa, 0, 0 | clear that a refined use of any language, and more especially 51 Prefa, 0, 0 | language, and more especially of the Spanish, or, in general, 52 Prefa, 0, 0 | never to have been fearful of such faults. His corrections 53 Prefa, 0, 0 | The Autograph of St. Ignatius was translated 54 Prefa, 0, 0 | Father Rodeles in his edition of the Spanish text. But the 55 Prefa, 0, 0 | spread throughout the Society of Jesus in a large number 56 Prefa, 0, 0 | Jesus in a large number of copies. It is one of these 57 Prefa, 0, 0 | number of copies. It is one of these which has been chiefly 58 Prefa, 0, 0 | besides, made frequent use of the Manuscript itself.~ 59 Prefa, 0, 0 | After considerable study of the matter, it seemed best 60 Prefa, 0, 0 | and close a reproduction of the Spanish text as could 61 Prefa, 0, 0 | to sacrifice the niceties of style, but it was thought 62 Prefa, 0, 0 | easily forego the elegancies of diction if they could feel 63 Prefa, 0, 0 | were reading the very words of St. Ignatius. Any other 64 Prefa, 0, 0 | Ignatius. Any other form of translation than the one 65 Prefa, 0, 0 | illustration or development of the original, and would 66 Prefa, 0, 0 | to leave the further work of commentary to another occasion 67 Prefa, 0, 0 | For this a certain neglect of style seemed pardonable 68 Prefa, 0, 0 | if only the real meaning of the writer could be made 69 Prefa, 0, 0 | charm in the consequent want of finish, seeing it reproduces 70 Prefa, 0, 0 | more completely the style of St. Ignatius.~ 71 Prefa, 0, 0 | The process of translating in this way 72 Prefa, 0, 0 | difficulty is to make sure of the exact meaning of St. 73 Prefa, 0, 0 | sure of the exact meaning of St. Ignatius. This is obscured, 74 Prefa, 0, 0 | his language being that of nearly 400 years ago and 75 Prefa, 0, 0 | form. To be sure, then, of the meaning, one must often 76 Prefa, 0, 0 | further difficulty comes of finding an exactly equivalent 77 Prefa, 0, 0 | translator has made free use of other translations, especially 78 Prefa, 0, 0 | translations, especially of that of Father General Roothaan 79 Prefa, 0, 0 | translations, especially of that of Father General Roothaan 80 Prefa, 0, 0 | Roothaan into Latin, that of Father Venturi into Italian, 81 Prefa, 0, 0 | Venturi into Italian, and that of Father Jennesseaux into 82 Prefa, 0, 0 | French, and has had the use of the literal translation 83 Prefa, 0, 0 | Father Mariano Lecina, Editor of the Ignatiana in the MONUMENTA 84 Prefa, 0, 0 | Noonan for general revision of the translation, and above 85 Prefa, 0, 0 | for an accurate collation of the translation with the 86 Prefa, 0, 0 | the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius are not meant 87 Prefa, 0, 0 | and under the direction of a competent guide. Read 88 Prefa, 0, 0 | studied in the actual making of the Exercises, the very 89 Prefa, 0, 0 | GERMAN COLLEGE, ROME,~Feast of St. Ignatius, 1909.~ 90 Note, 0, 0 | In the reproduction of the text in English:~1. 91 Note, 0, 0 | proper corrections, however, of the two unimportant slips 92 Note, 0, 0 | in passing that the text of Holy Scripture is not seldom 93 Note, 0, 0 | somewhat different from that of the Vulgate. Such divergences 94 Note, 0, 0 | was written, the Council of Trent had not yet put its 95 Note, 0, 0 | Ignatius.~5. In the use of small and capital letters, 96 Note, 0, 0 | letters, and in the matter of punctuation and the division 97 Note, 0, 0 | paragraphs the practice of the copyist has usually 98 Note, 0, 0 | followed. Various kinds of type, also, are used independently 99 Note, 0, 0 | are used independently of the Manuscript.~6. As a 100 Note, 0, 0 | Manuscript.~6. As a matter of convenience, in citations 101 Note, 0, 0 | is substituted for that of the Mss. chapter and letter. 102 Note, 0, 0 | quotation marks in place of the parentheses of the Mss.~ 103 Note, 0, 0 | place of the parentheses of the Mss.~ELDER MULLAN, S. 104 Prayer | PRAYER OF FATHER DIERTINS~ROUSE up, 105 Prayer | Lord, and foster the spirit of the Exercises which Blessed 106 Annot | GIVE SOME UNDERSTANDING OF THE SPIRITUAL EXERCISES 107 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation is that by this name of Spiritual Exercises is meant 108 Annot, 0, 0 | Exercises is meant every way of examining one's conscience, 109 Annot, 0, 0 | examining one's conscience, of meditating, of contemplating, 110 Annot, 0, 0 | conscience, of meditating, of contemplating, of praying 111 Annot, 0, 0 | meditating, of contemplating, of praying vocally and mentally, 112 Annot, 0, 0 | vocally and mentally, and of performing other spiritual 113 Annot, 0, 0 | exercises, so every way of preparing and disposing 114 Annot, 0, 0 | disposing the soul to rid itself of all the disordered tendencies, 115 Annot, 0, 0 | Will as to the management of one's life for the salvation 116 Annot, 0, 0 | s life for the salvation of the soul, is called a Spiritual 117 Annot, 0, 0 | relate faithfully the events of such Contemplation or Meditation, 118 Annot, 0, 0 | takes the true groundwork of the narrative, and, discussing 119 Annot, 0, 0 | and amplified the meaning of the events. For it is not 120 Annot, 0, 0(1) | first time. The same is true of similar cases in the Mss. ~ 121 Annot, 0, 0 | Spiritual Exercises, we use acts of the intellect in reasoning, 122 Annot, 0, 0 | intellect in reasoning, and acts of the will in movements of 123 Annot, 0, 0 | of the will in movements of the feelings: let us remark 124 Annot, 0, 0 | remark that, in the acts of the will, when we are speaking 125 Annot, 0, 0 | the sins;~Second, the life of Christ our Lord up to Palm 126 Annot, 0, 0 | inclusively;~Third, the Passion of Christ our Lord;~Fourth, 127 Annot, 0, 0 | with the three Methods of Prayer.~Though four weeks, 128 Annot, 0, 0 | understood that each Week has, of necessity, seven or eight 129 Annot, 0, 0 | lengthen it. The same is true of all the other subsequent 130 Annot, 0, 0 | Divine Majesty may make use of his person and of all he 131 Annot, 0, 0 | make use of his person and of all he has according3 to 132 Annot, 0, 0(3) | May make use of . . . according is in the 133 Annot, 0, 0 | desolations, come to the soul of him who is exercising himself, 134 Annot, 0, 0 | ought to inquire carefully of him about the Exercises, 135 Annot, 0, 0 | appointed times, and how. So too of the Additions, whether he 136 Annot, 0, 0 | ask in detail about each of these things.~Consolation 137 Annot, 0, 0 | and desolation are spoken of on p. 170; the Additions 138 Annot, 0, 0 | laying bare to him the wiles of the enemy of human nature, 139 Annot, 0, 0 | him the wiles of the enemy of human nature, and getting 140 Annot, 0, 0 | receiving them is in need of instruction about the desolations 141 Annot, 0, 0 | the desolations and wiles of the enemy - and the same 142 Annot, 0, 0 | the enemy - and the same of consolations - he may explain 143 Annot, 0, 0 | he needs them, the Rules of the First and Second Weeks 144 Annot, 0, 0 | himself is in the Exercises of the First Week, if he is 145 Annot, 0, 0 | going on in the service of God our Lord, such as labors, 146 Annot, 0, 0 | shame and fear for the honor of the world - let him who 147 Annot, 0, 0 | explain to him the Rules of the Second Week for the 148 Annot, 0, 0 | Week for the discernment of spirits. Because, as much 149 Annot, 0, 0 | Because, as much as those of the First Week will be helpful, 150 Annot, 0, 0 | Week will be helpful, those of the Second will be harmful 151 Annot, 0, 0 | tempted under the appearance of good, then it is proper 152 Annot, 0, 0 | instruct him about the Rules of the Second Week already 153 Annot, 0, 0 | For, ordinarily, the enemy of human nature tempts under 154 Annot, 0, 0 | tempts under the appearance of good rather when the person 155 Annot, 0, 0 | corresponds to the Exercises of the Second Week, and not 156 Annot, 0, 0 | which corresponds to those of the First.~ 157 Annot, 0, 0 | Week, not to know anything of what he is to do in the 158 Annot, 0, 0 | to give an hour to each of the five Exercises or Contemplations 159 Annot, 0, 0 | content in the consciousness of having been a full hour 160 Annot, 0, 0 | make one cut short the hour of such contemplation, meditation 161 Annot, 0, 0 | remarked that, as, in the time of consolation, it is easy 162 Annot, 0, 0 | is very hard in the time of desolation to fill it out. 163 Annot, 0, 0 | vow: and the more light of character he knows him to 164 Annot, 0, 0 | understood to make vows of obedience, poverty and chastity, 165 Annot, 0, 0 | circumstances and personal qualities of the individual and how much 166 Annot, 0, 0 | more to one state or way of life than to another. For 167 Annot, 0, 0 | religious life and all manner of evangelical perfection, 168 Annot, 0, 0 | to come to the contrary of what he is wrongly drawn 169 Annot, 0, 0 | for the honor and glory of God our Lord, nor for the 170 Annot, 0, 0 | the spiritual well-being of souls, but for his own temporal 171 Annot, 0, 0 | service, honor, and glory of His Divine Majesty.~ 172 Annot, 0, 0 | should be faithfully informed of the various movements and 173 Annot, 0, 0 | and adapted to the need of such a soul so acted upon.~ 174 Annot, 0, 0 | adapted to the dispositions of the persons who wish to 175 Annot, 0, 0 | one who is uneducated or of little intelligence things 176 Annot, 0, 0 | come to a certain degree of contentment of soul, can 177 Annot, 0, 0 | certain degree of contentment of soul, can be given the Particular 178 Annot, 0, 0 | the morning, the Method of Prayer on the Commandments, 179 Annot, 0, 0 | educated persons. Let each of the Commandments be explained 180 Annot, 0, 0 | explained to them; and so of the Deadly Sins, Precepts 181 Annot, 0, 0 | the Deadly Sins, Precepts of the Church, Five Senses, 182 Annot, 0, 0 | Five Senses, and Works of Mercy.~So, too, should he 183 Annot, 0, 0 | expedient to give him some of these easy Exercises, until 184 Annot, 0, 0 | him be given some Examens of Conscience and some method 185 Annot, 0, 0 | not go on into the matter of the Election, or into any 186 Annot, 0, 0 | The nineteenth: A person of education or ability who 187 Annot, 0, 0 | also be given for the space of a half-hour the Particular 188 Annot, 0, 0 | every morning, for the space of an hour, make the meditation 189 Annot, 0, 0 | meditation on the statement of Sins, p. 40; then, for three 190 Annot, 0, 0 | p. 47.~For the mysteries of Christ our Lord, let the 191 Annot, 0, 0 | merits no little in the sight of His Divine Majesty.~The 192 1, Princi, 0 | other things on the face of the earth are created for 193 1, Princi, 0 | and ought to rid himself of them so far as they hinder 194 1, Princi, 0 | is allowed to the choice of our free will and is not 195 1, Examen, 0 | dinner, when one is to ask of God our Lord what one wants, 196 1, Examen, 0 | first Examen, asking account of his soul of that particular 197 1, Examen, 0 | asking account of his soul of that particular thing proposed, 198 1, Examen, 0 | to the hour and instant of the present examen, and 199 1, Examen, 0 | him make in the first line of the G - as many dots as 200 1, Examen, 0 | make in the second line of the same G - as many dots 201 1, Examen, 1 | FOLLOW TO RID ONESELF SOONER OF THAT PARTICULAR SIN OR DEFECT~ 202 1, Examen, 1 | done even in the presence of many, without their perceiving 203 1, Examen, 1 | second: As the first line of the G - means the first 204 1, Examen, 1 | that is, the two Examens of the present day with the 205 1, Examen, 1 | with the other two Examens of the previous day, and see 206 1, GeneralExam | GENERAL EXAMEN OF CONSCIENCE TO PURIFY ONESELF 207 1, GeneralExam, 0 | that there are three kinds of thoughts in me: that is, 208 1, GeneralExam, 1 | THOUGHT~There are two ways of meriting in the bad thought 209 1, GeneralExam, 1 | First Way. A thought of committing a mortal sin, 210 1, GeneralExam, 1 | Second Way. The second way of meriting is: When that same 211 1, GeneralExam, 1 | when the same thought comes of sinning mortally and one 212 1, GeneralExam, 1 | thought.~There are two ways of sinning mortally:~ 213 1, GeneralExam, 1 | Second Way. The second way of sinning mortally is when 214 1, GeneralExam, 1 | reasons: first, because of the greater time; second, 215 1, GeneralExam, 1 | greater time; second, because of the greater intensity; third, 216 1, GeneralExam, 1 | intensity; third, because of the greater harm to the 217 1, GeneralExam, 2 | with oath, but when it is of some importance for the 218 1, GeneralExam, 2 | importance for the good of the soul, or the body, or 219 1, GeneralExam, 2 | name the Lord and Creator of all things.~ 220 1, GeneralExam, 2 | contemplation and enlightenment of intellect, consider, meditate 221 1, GeneralExam, 2 | even if one were to speak of something foreign to one' 222 1, GeneralExam, 2 | something foreign to one's state of life, as, for instance, 223 1, GeneralExam, 2 | instance, if a religious speaks of wars or articles of trade; 224 1, GeneralExam, 2 | speaks of wars or articles of trade; but in all that is 225 1, GeneralExam, 2 | defect, I show a defect of my own.~But if the intention 226 1, GeneralExam, 2 | in two ways one can speak of the sin or fault of another:~ 227 1, GeneralExam, 2 | speak of the sin or fault of another:~ 228 1, GeneralExam, 2 | is public, as in the case of a public prostitute, and 229 1, GeneralExam, 2 | a public prostitute, and of a sentence given in judgment, 230 1, GeneralExam, 2 | sentence given in judgment, or of a public error which is 231 1, GeneralExam, 3 | Commandments, the Precepts of the Church and the recommendations 232 1, GeneralExam, 3 | and the recommendations of Superiors, every act done 233 1, GeneralExam, 3 | every act done against any of these three heads is, according 234 1, GeneralExam, 3 | sin.~By recommendations of Superiors I mean such things 235 1, GeneralExam, 3 | granted under condition of going to Confession and 236 1, GeneralExam, 3 | little sin in being the cause of others acting contrary to 237 1, GeneralExam, 3 | exhortations and recommendations of our Superiors, or in doing 238 1, GeneralExam, 4 | The third, to ask account of our soul from the hour that 239 1, GeneralExam, 4 | The fourth, to ask pardon of God our Lord for the faults.~ 240 1, Confession | WITH COMMUNION~Whoever, of his own accord, wants to 241 1, Confession, 0 | profit and merit, because of the greater actual sorrow 242 1, Confession, 0 | the sins and wickedness of his whole life.~ 243 1, Confession, 0 | Gaining now more knowledge of and sorrow for them, he 244 1, Confession, 0 | Sacrament: the reception of which is an aid not only 245 1, Confession, 0 | to preserve the increase of grace.~This General Confession 246 1, Confession, 0 | immediately after the Exercises of the First Week.~ 247 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Preparatory Prayer is to ask grace of God our Lord that all my 248 1, 1Exercise, 0 | to the service and praise of His Divine Majesty.~ 249 1, 1Exercise, 0 | be to see with the sight of the imagination the corporeal 250 1, 1Exercise, 0 | be to see with the sight of the imagination and consider 251 1, 1Exercise, 0 | I say all the compound of soul and body.~ 252 1, 1Exercise, 0 | First Sin, which was that of the Angels, and then to 253 1, 1Exercise, 0 | comparison with the one sin of the Angels my so many sins, 254 1, 1Exercise, 0 | bring to memory the sin of the Angels, how they, being 255 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Three Powers - on the sin of Adam and Eve, bringing to 256 1, 1Exercise, 0 | to memory how on account of that sin they did penance 257 1, 1Exercise, 0 | memory the Second Sin, that of our First Parents; how after 258 1, 1Exercise, 0 | was created in the field of Damascus and placed in the 259 1, 1Exercise, 0 | being forbidden to eat of the Tree of Knowledge, they 260 1, 1Exercise, 0 | forbidden to eat of the Tree of Knowledge, they ate and 261 1, 1Exercise, 0 | afterwards clothed in tunics of skins and cast from Paradise, 262 1, 1Exercise, 0 | the Third particular Sin of any one who for one mortal 263 1, 1Exercise, 0 | memory the gravity and malice of the sin against one's Creator 264 1, 2Exercise, 0 | first Point is the statement of the sins; that is to say, 265 1, 2Exercise, 0 | bring to memory all the sins of life, looking from year 266 1, 2Exercise, 0 | all the Angels and Saints of Paradise;~Third, what all 267 1, 2Exercise, 0 | The fifth, an exclamation of wonder with deep feeling, 268 1, 2Exercise, 0 | though they are the sword of the Divine Justice, they 269 1, 2Exercise, 0 | me finish with a Colloquy of mercy, pondering and giving 270 1, 3Exercise | EXERCISE~IT IS A REPETITION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND EXERCISE, 271 1, 3Exercise, 0 | feel an interior knowledge of my sins, and hatred of them; 272 1, 3Exercise, 0 | knowledge of my sins, and hatred of them; second, that I may 273 1, 3Exercise, 0 | I may feel the disorder of my actions, so that, hating 274 1, 3Exercise, 0 | third, to ask knowledge of the world, in order that, 275 1, 3Exercise, 0 | And with that the SOUL OF CHRIST.~ 276 1, 4Exercise | EXERCISE~IT IS A SUMMARY OF THIS SAME THIRD~ 277 1, 4Exercise, 0 | assiduously go through the memory of the things contemplated 278 1, 5Exercise, 0 | here to see with the sight of the imagination the length, 279 1, 5Exercise, 0 | length, breadth and depth of Hell.~ 280 1, 5Exercise, 0 | to ask for interior sense of the pain which the damned 281 1, 5Exercise, 0 | I should forget the love of the Eternal Lord, at least 282 1, 5Exercise, 0 | Lord, at least the fear of the pains may help me not 283 1, 5Exercise, 0 | be to see with the sight of the imagination the great 284 1, 5Exercise, 0 | and the souls as in bodies of fire.~ 285 1, 5Exercise, 0 | tears, sadness and the worm of conscience.~ 286 1, 5Exercise, 0 | not let me fall into any of these divisions, ending 287 1, 5Exercise, 0 | the fourth at the hour of Vespers; the fifth, an hour 288 1, 5Exercise, 0 | supper.~This arrangement of hours, more or less, I always 289 1, Additions, 0 | to think, for the space of a HAIL MARY, of the hour 290 1, Additions, 0 | the space of a HAIL MARY, of the hour that I have to 291 1, Additions, 0 | for what, making a resume of the Exercise which I have 292 1, Additions, 0 | myself standing for the space of an OUR FATHER, my intellect 293 1, Additions, 0 | etc.; and will make an act of reverence or humility.~ 294 1, Additions, 0 | I will, during the space of a quarter of an hour, seated 295 1, Additions, 0 | during the space of a quarter of an hour, seated or walking 296 1, Additions, 0 | want to think on things of pleasure or joy, such as 297 1, Additions, 0 | Because whatever consideration of joy and gladness hinders 298 1, Additions, 0 | same end, to deprive myself of all light, closing the blinds 299 1, Additions, 0 | say a thing provocative of laughter.~ 300 1, Additions, 0 | sins, with a firm purpose of not committing them nor 301 1, Additions, 0 | The exterior, or fruit of the first, is chastisement 302 1, Additions, 0 | second, as to the manner of sleeping. Here too it is 303 1, Additions, 0 | leave off the superfluous of delicate or soft things, 304 1, Additions, 0 | Besides, let not anything of the suitable sleep be left 305 1, Additions, 0 | if one has a bad habit of sleeping too much.~ 306 1, Additions, 0 | oneself, and by other kinds of austerity.~ 307 1, Additions, 0 | be made for the Exercises of midnight and at daybreak, 308 1, Additions, 0 | in church in the presence of others, but in private, 309 1, Additions, 0 | sleep and in other ways of doing penance, so that he 310 1, Additions, 0 | Examen be made to rid oneself of defects and negligences 311 2, TemporalKing | THE CALL OF THE TEMPORAL KING IT HELPS 312 2, TemporalKing | TO CONTEMPLATE THE LIFE OF THE KING ETERNAL~ 313 2, TemporalKing, 1 | here to see with the sight of the imagination, the synagogues, 5 314 2, TemporalKing, 1 | will be here to ask grace of our Lord that I may not 315 2, TemporalKing, 1 | to conquer all the land of unbelievers. Therefore, 316 2, TemporalKing, 1 | did not accept the appeal of such a king, how deserving 317 2, TemporalKing, 1 | how deserving he would be of being censured by all the 318 2, TemporalKing, 2 | The second part of this Exercise consists in 319 2, TemporalKing, 2 | applying the above parable of the temporal King to Christ 320 2, TemporalKing, 2 | we consider such a call of the temporal King to his 321 2, TemporalKing, 2 | subjects, how much more worthy of consideration is it to see 322 2, TemporalKing, 2 | to enter into the glory of My Father; therefore, whoever 323 2, TemporalKing, 2 | themselves in all service of their King Eternal and universal 324 2, TemporalKing, 2 | love, will make offerings of greater value and greater 325 2, TemporalKing, 2 | importance, saying:~"Eternal Lord of all things, I make my oblation 326 2, TemporalKing, 2 | favor and help, in presence of Thy infinite Goodness and 327 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Goodness and in presence of Thy glorious Mother and 328 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Thy glorious Mother and of all the Saints of the heavenly 329 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Mother and of all the Saints of the heavenly Court; that 330 2, TemporalKing, 2 | all abuse and all poverty of spirit, and actual poverty, 331 2, TemporalKing, 2 | at intervals in the books of the Imitation of Christ, 332 2, TemporalKing, 2 | the books of the Imitation of Christ, or of the Gospels, 333 2, TemporalKing, 2 | Imitation of Christ, or of the Gospels, and of lives 334 2, TemporalKing, 2 | or of the Gospels, and of lives of Saints.~ 335 2, TemporalKing, 2 | the Gospels, and of lives of Saints.~ 336 2, 1Day, 0 | to bring up the narrative of the thing which I have to 337 2, 1Day, 0 | all the plain or circuit of all the world, full of men, 338 2, 1Day, 0 | circuit of all the world, full of men, and how, seeing that 339 2, 1Day, 0 | race, and so, the fullness of times being come, 8 They 340 2, 1Day, 0(8) | And so, the fullness of times being come is in the 341 2, 1Day, 0 | great capacity and circuit of the world, in which are 342 2, 1Day, 0 | particular, the house and rooms of Our Lady in the city of 343 2, 1Day, 0 | of Our Lady in the city of Nazareth, in the Province 344 2, 1Day, 0 | Nazareth, in the Province of Galilee.~ 345 2, 1Day, 0 | ask for interior knowledge of the Lord, Who for me has 346 2, 1Day, 0 | first those on the surface of the earth, in such variety, 347 2, 1Day, 0 | their royal throne or seat of Their Divine Majesty, how 348 2, 1Day, 0 | the surface and circuit of the earth, and all the people 349 2, 1Day, 0 | the persons on the face of the earth are saying, that 350 2, 1Day, 0 | Let Us work the redemption of the Human race," etc.; and 351 2, 1Day, 0 | the persons on the face of the earth are doing, as, 352 2, 1Day, 0 | draw some profit from each of these things. ~ 353 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | here to see with the sight of the imagination the road 354 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | looking at the place or cave of the Nativity, 10 how large, 355 2, 2Contemplat, 0(10) | The place or cave of the Nativity is in the Saint' 356 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | poor creature and a wretch of an unworthy slave, looking 357 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | poverty; and as a termination of so many labors - of hunger, 358 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | termination of so many labors - of hunger, of thirst, of heat 359 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | many labors - of hunger, of thirst, of heat and of cold, 360 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | of hunger, of thirst, of heat and of cold, of injuries 361 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | of thirst, of heat and of cold, of injuries and affronts - 362 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | thirst, of heat and of cold, of injuries and affronts - 363 2, 3Contemplat | CONTEMPLATION WILL BE A REPETITION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND EXERCISE~ 364 2, 3Contemplat, 0 | Preludes, the repetition of the first and second Exercise 365 2, 3Contemplat, 0 | following, the same order of proceeding will be taken 366 2, 3Contemplat, 0 | taken in the repetitions of the First Week, changing 367 2, 4Contemplat | CONTEMPLATION WILL BE A REPETITION OF THE FIRST AND SECOND ~ 368 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | to pass the five senses of the imagination through 369 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | the persons with the sight of the imagination, meditating 370 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | fragrance and sweetness of the Divinity, of the soul, 371 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | sweetness of the Divinity, of the soul, and of its virtues, 372 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | Divinity, of the soul, and of its virtues, and of all, 373 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | and of its virtues, and of all, according to the person 374 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | only to read the Mystery of the Contemplation which 375 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | order that the consideration of one Mystery may not hinder 376 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | hinder the consideration of the other.~ 377 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | dawn; the third at the hour of Mass; the fourth at the 378 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | the fourth at the hour of Vespers, and the fifth before 379 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | the fifth before the hour of supper, being for the space 380 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | supper, being for the space of one hour in each one of 381 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | of one hour in each one of the five Exercises; and 382 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | and another at the hour of Mass, and another before 383 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | repetition on them at the hour of Vespers, and then the Application 384 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | and then the Application of the Senses before supper.~ 385 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | In this Second Week, out of all the ten Additions which 386 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | memory the Life and Mysteries of Christ our Lord, from His 387 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | darkness or light, making use of good weather or bad, according 388 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | Exercises, except in that of midnight and in that of 389 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | of midnight and in that of the morning, the equivalent 390 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | morning, the equivalent of the second Addition will 391 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | recollecting that it is the time of the Exercise which I have 392 2, 2Day, 0 | repetitions and the Application of the Five Senses to them, 393 2, 2Day, 0 | and another at the hour of Mass, and to repeat on them 394 2, 2Day, 0 | repeat on them at the hour of Vespers and apply the senses 395 2, Preamble, 0 | consists in the observance of the Commandments - having 396 2, Preamble, 0 | second, - which is that of evangelical perfection, - 397 2, Preamble, 0 | attend to the pure service of His eternal Father; we will 398 2, Preamble, 0 | so, for some introduction of it, we will, in the first 399 2, Preamble, 0 | following, see the intention of Christ our Lord, and, on 400 2, Preamble, 0 | and, on the contrary, that of the enemy of human nature, 401 2, Preamble, 0 | contrary, that of the enemy of human nature, and how we 402 2, Preamble, 0 | perfection in whatever state of life God our Lord would 403 2, 4Day, 0 | The one of Christ, our Commander-in-chief 404 2, 4Day, 0 | Commander-in-chief and Lord; the other of Lucifer, mortal enemy of 405 2, 4Day, 0 | of Lucifer, mortal enemy of our human nature.~ 406 2, 4Day, 0 | here to see a great field of all that region of Jerusalem, 407 2, 4Day, 0 | field of all that region of Jerusalem, where the supreme 408 2, 4Day, 0 | supreme Commander-in-chief of the good is Christ our Lord; 409 2, 4Day, 0 | another field in the region of Babylon, where the chief 410 2, 4Day, 0 | Babylon, where the chief of the enemy is Lucifer.~ 411 2, 4Day, 0 | here to ask for knowledge of the deceits of the bad chief 412 2, 4Day, 0 | knowledge of the deceits of the bad chief and help to 413 2, 4Day, 0 | them, and for knowledge of the true life which the 414 2, 4Day, 0 | imagine as if the chief of all the enemy seated himself 415 2, 4Day, 0 | himself in that great field of Babylon, as in a great11 416 2, 4Day, 0 | Babylon, as in a great11 chair of fire and smoke, in shape 417 2, 4Day, 0(11) | inserted, perhaps in. the hand of St. Ignatius. ~ 418 2, 4Day, 0 | easily come to vain honor of the world, and then to vast 419 2, 4Day, 0 | first step shall be that of riches; the second, that 420 2, 4Day, 0 | riches; the second, that of honor; the third, that of 421 2, 4Day, 0 | of honor; the third, that of pride; and from these three 422 2, 4Day, 0 | Himself in a great field of that region of Jerusalem, 423 2, 4Day, 0 | great field of that region of Jerusalem, in lowly place, 424 2, 4Day, 0 | to consider how the Lord of all the world chooses so 425 2, 4Day, 0 | all states and conditions of persons.~ 426 2, 4Day, 0 | poverty; the second is to be of contumely and contempt; 427 2, 4Day, 0 | suffer them without the sin of any person, or displeasure 428 2, 4Day, 0 | any person, or displeasure of His Divine Majesty; and 429 2, 4Day, 0 | Colloquy. I will ask the same of the Son, that He may get 430 2, 4Day, 0 | that He may get it for me of the Father; and with that 431 2, 4Day, 0 | and with that say the SOUL OF CHRIST.~ 432 2, 4Day, 0 | Colloquy. I will ask the same of the Father, that He may 433 2, 4Day, 0 | morning, and two repetitions of this same will be made at 434 2, 4Day, 0 | will be made at the hour of Mass and at the hour of 435 2, 4Day, 0 | of Mass and at the hour of Vespers, always finishing 436 2, SameFourth | MEDITATION BE MADE ON THREE PAIRS OF MEN IN ORDER TO EMBRACE 437 2, SameFourth, 0 | the narrative, which is of three pairs of men, and 438 2, SameFourth, 0 | which is of three pairs of men, and each one of them 439 2, SameFourth, 0 | pairs of men, and each one of them has acquired ten thousand 440 2, SameFourth, 0 | Lord, ridding themselves of the weight and hindrance 441 2, SameFourth, 0(13) | they ought is a correction of not only, which is crossed 442 2, SameFourth, 0(13) | perhaps in the handwriting of St. Ignatius. ~ 443 2, SameFourth, 0 | what is more to the glory of His Divine Majesty and the 444 2, SameFourth, 0 | Majesty and the salvation of my soul.~ 445 2, SameFourth, 0 | would want to rid themselves of the attachment which they 446 2, SameFourth, 0 | the means up to the hour of death.~ 447 2, SameFourth, 0 | second want to rid themselves of the attachment, but want 448 2, SameFourth, 0 | want so to rid themselves of it as to remain with the 449 2, SameFourth, 0 | third want to rid themselves of the attachment, but want 450 2, SameFourth, 0 | want so to rid themselves of it that they have even no 451 2, SameFourth, 0 | for the service and praise of His Divine Majesty; and 452 2, SameFourth, 0 | unless only the service of God our Lord move them: 453 2, SameFourth, 0 | them: so that the desire of being better able to serve 454 2, SameFourth, 0 | be the service and praise of His Divine Goodness.~ 455 2, 5Day, 0 | Contemplation on the Departure of Christ our Lord from Nazareth 456 2, 5Day, 0 | repetitions on it at the hour of Mass and Vespers, and the 457 2, 5Day, 0 | it before supper; in each of these five Exercises, putting 458 2, 5Day, 0 | explained in the Contemplation of the Incarnation and of the 459 2, 5Day, 0 | Contemplation of the Incarnation and of the Nativity; and finishing 460 2, 5Day, 0 | with the three Colloquies of the three Pairs, or according 461 2, 5Day, 0 | Exercises and Additions of this day; and so in the 462 2, 9Day, 0 | His disciples on the waves of the sea (p. 145).~ 463 2, 11Day, 0 | Eleventh Day. On the raising of Lazarus (p. 149).~ 464 2, 12Day, 0 | that in the Contemplations of this Second Week, according 465 2, 12Day, 0 | lengthens, taking the Mysteries of the Visitation of Our Lady 466 2, 12Day, 0 | Mysteries of the Visitation of Our Lady to St. Elizabeth, 467 2, 12Day, 0 | Shepherds, the Circumcision of the Child Jesus, and the 468 2, 12Day, 0 | the Three Kings, and so of others; and if he shortens, 469 2, 12Day, 0 | shortens, he can even omit some of those which are set down. 470 2, 12Day, 0 | The second: The matter of the Elections will be begun 471 2, 12Day, 0 | attachment to the true doctrine of Christ our Lord, it is very 472 2, 12Day, 0 | following three Manners of Humility, reflecting on 473 2, 12Day, 0 | Humility. The first manner of Humility is necessary for 474 2, 12Day, 0 | everything I obey the law of God, so that, even if they 475 2, 12Day, 0 | even if they made me lord of all the created things in 476 2, 12Day, 0 | short life - the service of God our Lord and the salvation 477 2, 12Day, 0 | our Lord and the salvation of my soul being equal; and 478 2, 12Day, 0 | and the praise and glory of the Divine Majesty being 479 2, 12Day, 0 | already mentioned Colloquies of THE PAIRS, asking that Our 480 2, Prelude, 0 | as depends on us, the eye of our intention ought to be 481 2, Prelude, 0 | for, namely, the praise of God our Lord and the salvation 482 2, Prelude, 0 | our Lord and the salvation of our soul. And so I ought 483 2, Prelude, 0 | married life - which service of God is the end. So, too, 484 2, Prelude, 0 | consequently they make a means of the end, and an end of the 485 2, Prelude, 0 | means of the end, and an end of the means. So that what 486 2, Prelude, 0 | means or to deprive myself of them, except only the service 487 2, Prelude, 0 | only the service and praise of God our Lord and the eternal 488 2, Prelude, 0 | and the eternal salvation of my soul.~ 489 2, Election, 0 | temporal goods or rid oneself of them.~ 490 2, Election, 0 | as being an election out of order and awry. Many err 491 2, Election, 0 | and clear, without mixture of flesh, or of any other inordinate 492 2, Election, 0 | without mixture of flesh, or of any other inordinate tendency.~ 493 2, Election, 0 | ordinately made election of things which are under election 494 2, GoodElection | TIMES FOR MAKING, IN ANY ONE OF THEM, A SOUND AND GOOD ELECTION~ 495 2, GoodElection, 0 | is received by experience of consolations and desolations, 496 2, GoodElection, 0 | desolations, and by the experience of the discernment of various 497 2, GoodElection, 0 | experience of the discernment of various spirits.~ 498 2, GoodElection, 0 | state within the limits of the Church, in order that 499 2, GoodElection, 0 | be helped in the service of his Lord and the salvation 500 2, GoodElection, 0 | his Lord and the salvation of his soul.~I said time of


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