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St. Ignatius of Loyola
Spiritual Exercises

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1 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | Hence he has humbly begged Us to 2 Intro, PaulIII, 0 | with greater devotion. And he has begged Us, should We 3 Prefa, 0, 0 | to education at the time he wrote this book. His native 4 Prefa, 0, 0 | his work. Literary defects he removed to some extent, 5 Prefa, 0, 0 | some extent, perhaps, as he continued to use and apply 6 Prefa, 0, 0 | and apply the book, but he is known never to have been 7 Prefa, 0, 0 | translator has to acknowledge, as he does very gratefully, his 8 Prayer | be zealous to love what he loved and do what he taught! 9 Prayer | what he loved and do what he taught! Through Christ our 10 Annot, 0, 0 | enlightened by the Divine power - he will get more spiritual 11 Annot, 0, 0 | relish and fruit, than if he who is giving the Exercises 12 Annot, 0, 0 | of his person and of all he has according3 to His most 13 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The sixth: When he who is giving the Exercises 14 Annot, 0, 0 | exercising himself, and that he is not moved by different 15 Annot, 0, 0 | moved by different spirits, he ought to inquire carefully 16 Annot, 0, 0 | about the Exercises, whether he does them at their appointed 17 Annot, 0, 0 | of the Additions, whether he observes them with diligence. 18 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The seventh: If he who is giving the Exercises 19 Annot, 0, 0 | the Exercises sees that he who is receiving them is 20 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The eighth: If he who is giving the Exercises 21 Annot, 0, 0 | the Exercises sees that he who is receiving them is 22 Annot, 0, 0 | the same of consolations - he may explain to him, as far 23 Annot, 0, 0 | explain to him, as far as he needs them, the Rules of 24 Annot, 0, 0 | ninth is to notice, when he who is exercising himself 25 Annot, 0, 0 | Exercises of the First Week, if he is a person who has not 26 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The tenth: When he who is giving the Exercises 27 Annot, 0, 0 | Exercises perceives that he who is receiving them is 28 Annot, 0, 0 | to know anything of what he is to do in the Second, 29 Annot, 0, 0 | First to attain the object he is seeking as if he did 30 Annot, 0, 0 | object he is seeking as if he did not hope to find in 31 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The twelfth: As he who is receiving the Exercises 32 Annot, 0, 0 | will be made every day, he who is giving the Exercises 33 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The fourteenth: If he who is giving the Exercises 34 Annot, 0, 0 | the Exercises sees that he who is receiving them is 35 Annot, 0, 0 | consolation and with much fervor, he ought to warn him not to 36 Annot, 0, 0 | more light of character he knows him to be, the more 37 Annot, 0, 0 | knows him to be, the more he ought to warn and admonish 38 Annot, 0, 0 | religious life, in which he is understood to make vows 39 Annot, 0, 0 | how much help or hindrance he is likely to find in fulfilling 40 Annot, 0, 0 | in fulfilling the thing he would want to promise.~ 41 Annot, 0, 0 | Annotation. The fifteenth: He who is giving the Exercises 42 Annot, 0, 0 | serve Him in future. So, he who is giving the Exercises 43 Annot, 0, 0 | to the contrary of what he is wrongly drawn to. Thus 44 Annot, 0, 0 | wrongly drawn to. Thus if he inclines to seeking and 45 Annot, 0, 0 | advantage and interests, he ought to excite his feelings 46 Annot, 0, 0 | It is very helpful that he who is giving the Exercises, 47 Annot, 0, 0 | or less useful for him, he can give him some spiritual 48 Annot, 0, 0 | little intelligence things he cannot easily bear and profit 49 Annot, 0, 0 | wish to dispose himself, he may be better able to help 50 Annot, 0, 0 | every eight days, and, if he can, to receive the Blessed 51 Annot, 0, 0 | fifteen days, and better, if he be so moved, every eight. 52 Annot, 0, 0 | of Mercy.~So, too, should he who is giving the Exercises 53 Annot, 0, 0 | the Exercises observe that he who is receiving them has 54 Annot, 0, 0 | these easy Exercises, until he confesses his sins. Then 55 Annot, 0, 0 | in order to preserve what he has gained, but let him 56 Annot, 0, 0 | be explained to him, and he can also be given for the 57 Annot, 0, 0 | desires to get all the profit he can, let all the Spiritual 58 Annot, 0, 0 | which they follow.~In these he will, ordinarily, more benefit 59 Annot, 0, 0 | benefit himself, the more he separates himself from all 60 Annot, 0, 0 | changing from the house where he was dwelling, and taking 61 Annot, 0, 0 | in, in as much privacy as he can, so that it be in his 62 Annot, 0, 0 | benefiting his own soul, he uses with greater freedom 63 Annot, 0, 0 | seeking with diligence what he so much desires.~The third: 64 Presup, 0, 0 | In order that both he who is giving the Spiritual 65 Presup, 0, 0 | Spiritual Exercises, and he who is receiving them, may 66 Presup, 0, 0 | proposition than to condemn it. If he cannot save it, let him 67 Presup, 0, 0 | it, let him inquire how he means it; and if he means 68 Presup, 0, 0 | how he means it; and if he means it badly, let him 69 1, Princi, 0 | prosecuting the end for which he is created.~ 70 1, Examen, 0 | particular sin or defect which he wants to correct and amend.~ 71 1, Examen, 0 | remember how many times he has fallen into that particular 72 1, Examen, 0 | particular thing proposed, which he wants to correct and amend. 73 1, Examen, 0 | commencing at the hour he rose, and continuing up 74 1, Examen, 0 | many dots as were the times he has fallen into that particular 75 1, Examen, 0 | the second Examen which he will make.~ 76 1, Examen, 0 | many dots as were the times he has fallen into that particular 77 1, Examen, 1 | without their perceiving what he is doing.~ 78 1, Examen, 1 | previous day, and see if he has amended himself from 79 1, Examen, 1 | with another, and see if he has amended himself in the 80 1, GeneralExam, 1 | thought, to act afterwards as he has consented, or to put 81 1, GeneralExam, 1 | or to put it in act if he could.~ 82 1, GeneralExam, 2 | oath one sins more when he swears by the Creator than 83 1, GeneralExam, 2 | revealed to some person that he may help to raise him who 84 1, GeneralExam, 2 | supposing, however, that he has some probable conjectures 85 1, GeneralExam, 2 | grounds for thinking that he will be able to help him.~ 86 1, Confession, 0 | of and sorrow for them, he will have greater profit 87 1, Confession, 0 | greater profit and merit than he had before.~ 88 1, 1Exercise, 0 | if it is on the Passion, he is to ask for pain, tears 89 1, 1Exercise, 0 | against the Infinite Goodness, he has been justly condemned 90 1, 1Exercise, 0 | Colloquy, how from Creator He is come to making Himself 91 1, 2Exercise, 0 | thanks to God our Lord that He has given me life up to 92 1, 5Exercise, 0 | will give Him thanks that He has not let me fall into 93 1, 5Exercise, 0 | will consider how up to now He has always had so great 94 1, Additions, 0 | offended him, from whom he had first received many 95 1, Additions, 0 | desires; as, for instance, if he desires to have interior 96 1, Additions, 0 | himself does not yet find what he desires - as tears, consolations, 97 1, Additions, 0 | of doing penance, so that he change himself, doing penance 98 1, Additions, 0 | better, often in such changes He gives each one to perceive 99 2, TemporalKing, 1 | dress, etc., as I: likewise he is to labor like me6 in 100 2, TemporalKing, 1 | etc., that so afterwards he may have part with me in 101 2, TemporalKing, 1 | with me in the victory, as he has had it in the labors."~ 102 2, TemporalKing, 1 | such a king, how deserving he would be of being censured 103 2, TemporalKing, 2 | and each one in particular He calls, and says: "It is 104 2, TemporalKing, 2 | following Me in the pain, he may also follow Me in the 105 2, 2Contemplat, 0 | injuries and affronts - that He may die on the Cross; and 106 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | weather or bad, according as he feels that it can profit 107 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | And in the tenth Addition, he who is exercising himself 108 2, 5Contemplat, 0 | according to the Mysteries which he is contemplating; because 109 2, 2Day, 0 | order better to find what he desires, taking only one 110 2, Preamble, 0 | evangelical perfection, - when He remained in the Temple, 111 2, 4Day, 0 | second, to consider how he issues a summons to innumerable 112 2, 4Day, 0 | innumerable demons and how he scatters them, some to one 113 2, 4Day, 0 | consider the discourse which he makes them, and how he tells 114 2, 4Day, 0 | which he makes them, and how he tells them to cast out nets 115 2, 4Day, 0 | longing for riches - as he is accustomed to do in most 116 2, 4Day, 0 | and from these three steps he draws on to all the other 117 2, 4Day, 0(12) | As he is accustomed to do in most 118 2, 4Day, 0 | servants and friends whom He sends on this expedition, 119 2, 4Day, 0 | the same of the Son, that He may get it for me of the 120 2, 4Day, 0 | same of the Father, that He may grant it to me; and 121 2, 5Day, 0 | the River Jordan, and how He was baptized (p. 140).~ 122 2, 12Day, 0 | to spend, or according as he gets profit, he can lengthen 123 2, 12Day, 0 | according as he gets profit, he can lengthen or shorten: 124 2, 12Day, 0 | lengthen or shorten: if he lengthens, taking the Mysteries 125 2, 12Day, 0 | and so of others; and if he shortens, he can even omit 126 2, 12Day, 0 | others; and if he shortens, he can even omit some of those 127 2, Election, 0 | perfect himself as much as he can in that already chosen.~ 128 2, GoodElection, 0 | the Church, in order that he may be helped in the service 129 2, 2Way, 0 | the love of God, so that he who chooses feel first in 130 2, 2Way, 0 | love, more or less, which he has for the thing which 131 2, 2Way, 0 | has for the thing which he chooses, is only for his 132 2, Amend, 0 | and arrive at this end, he ought to consider much and 133 2, Amend, 0 | large a house and household he ought to keep, how he ought 134 2, Amend, 0 | household he ought to keep, how he ought to rule and govern 135 2, Amend, 0 | rule and govern it, how he ought to teach and instruct 136 2, Amend, 0 | likewise of his means, how much he ought to take for his household 137 2, Amend, 0 | let each one think that he will benefit himself in 138 2, Amend, 0 | things in proportion as he goes out of his self-love, 139 3, 1Day, 0 | prepare the Supper, and then He Himself went there with 140 3, 1Day, 0 | Lamb, and having supped, He washed their feet and gave 141 3, 1Day, 0 | The sixth, to consider how He suffers all this for my 142 3, 2Day, 0 | Disciples from Mount Sion, where He made the Supper, to the 143 3, 2Day, 0 | putting Himself in prayer, He sweats sweat as drops of 144 3, 2Day, 0 | drops of blood, 20 and after He prayed three times to the 145 3, 2Day, 0 | who is exercising himself, he will make each day the five 146 3, 2Day, 0 | of Christ our Lord, which He suffered from the moment 147 3, 2Day, 0 | suffered from the moment when He was born up to the Mystery 148 3, 2Day, 0 | raised on the Cross until He expired (p. 158), then the 149 3, 2Day, 0 | that day, as frequently as he can, how the most holy Body 150 3, 2Day, 0 | Application of the Senses, he make each day five distinct 151 3, 2Day, 0 | finishing the whole Passion, he can, another day, do all 152 3, 2Day, 0 | it will seem to him that he will be better able to help 153 3, RulesOneself, 0 | suitable, the more quickly he will reach the mean which 154 3, RulesOneself, 0 | will reach the mean which he ought to keep in his eating 155 3, RulesOneself, 0 | helping and disposing himself, he will many times experience 156 3, RulesOneself, 0 | the Spiritual Exercises, he will easily come to judge 157 3, RulesOneself, 0 | let him consider as if he saw Christ our Lord eating 158 3, RulesOneself, 0 | with His Apostles, and how He drinks and how He looks 159 3, RulesOneself, 0 | and how He drinks and how He looks and how He speaks; 160 3, RulesOneself, 0 | and how He looks and how He speaks; and let him see 161 3, RulesOneself, 0 | body; because in this way he will get greater system 162 3, RulesOneself, 0 | system and order as to how he ought to behave and manage 163 3, RulesOneself, 0 | sixth: Another time, while he is eating, he can take another 164 3, RulesOneself, 0 | time, while he is eating, he can take another consideration, 165 3, RulesOneself, 0 | some spiritual affair which he has to do, because, being 166 3, RulesOneself, 0 | being intent on such thing, he will take less delight and 167 3, RulesOneself, 0 | soul being intent on what he is eating, and in eating 168 3, RulesOneself, 0 | as in the quantity which he eats.~ 169 3, RulesOneself, 0 | which it is suitable that he should eat. Beyond this 170 3, RulesOneself, 0 | temptation of the enemy, if he is tempted to eat more, 171 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | Sepulchre and being risen, He appeared to His Blessed 172 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | so in all which remains, he can guide himself by the 173 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | fewer Points, according as he finds it better for him. 174 4, 1Contemplat, 0 | number the Points which he is to take.~ 175 Contem, 0, 0 | communicating to the beloved what he has or out of what he has 176 Contem, 0, 0 | what he has or out of what he has or can; and so, on the 177 Contem, 0, 0 | if the one has knowledge, he give to the one who has 178 Contem, 0, 0 | done for me, and how much He has given me of what He 179 Contem, 0, 0 | He has given me of what He has, and then the same Lord 180 Contem, 0, 0 | give me Himself as much as He can, according to His Divine 181 Method, 1Method, 1 | to him, considering where he is going and to what. And 182 Method, 1Method, 1 | on a Commandment on which he finds he has no habit of 183 Method, 1Method, 1 | Commandment on which he finds he has no habit of sinning, 184 Method, 1Method, 1 | one finds in himself that he stumbles more or less on 185 Method, 1Method, 1 | less on that Commandment so he ought to keep himself more 186 Method, 2Method, 0 | greater disposition in which he finds himself and as more 187 Method, 2Method, 0 | of this word as long as he finds meanings, comparisons, 188 Method, 2Method, 0 | of any other prayer which he wants to say in this way.~ 189 Method, 2Method, 0 | The first Rule is that he will be an hour on the whole 190 Method, 2Method, 0 | mentioned. Which finished, he will say a HAIL MARY, CREED, 191 Method, 2Method, 0 | although the hour ends on what he finds. The hour finished, 192 Method, 2Method, 0 | finds. The hour finished, he will say the rest of the 193 Method, 2Method, 0 | lingered for a whole hour, when he will want to come back another 194 Method, 2Method, 0 | above-mentioned word, or the two, as he is accustomed; and on the 195 Method, 2Method, 0 | words, to the person to whom he has prayed, let him ask 196 Method, 2Method, 0 | virtues or graces of which he feels he has most need.~ 197 Method, 2Method, 0 | graces of which he feels he has most need.~ 198 Method, 3Method, 0 | or to the person to whom he recites it, or to his own 199 Method, 3Method, 0 | in the same form and rule he will proceed on the other 200 Method, 3Method, 0 | and the HAIL, HOLY QUEEN, he will make as he is accustomed.~ 201 Method, 3Method, 0 | HOLY QUEEN, he will make as he is accustomed.~ 202 Method, 3Method, 0 | or at another hour, that he wants to pray, let him say 203 Method, 3Method, 0 | and the other prayers as he is accustomed; and so on, 204 Annunc, 0, 0 | the Angel confirms what he said to Our Lady, telling 205 Annunc, Circumcision, 0 | called by the Angel, before He was conceived in the womb."~ 206 Annunc, Purification, 0 | Jesus to the Temple, that He may be presented to the 207 Annunc, FlightEgypt, 0 | Second Point. Second: He departed for Egypt. "Who 208 Annunc, FlightEgypt, 0 | Third Point. Third: He was there until the death 209 Annunc, FromEgypt, 0 | Second Point. Second: Rising, he came to the land of Israel.~ 210 Annunc, FromEgypt, 0 | was reigning in Judea, he withdrew into Nazareth.~ 211 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0 | First Point. First: He was obedient to His parents: " 212 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0 | obedient to His parents: "He advanced in wisdom, age 213 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0 | Second: It appears that24 He exercised the trade of carpenter, 214 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0 | carpenter, as St. Mark shows he means25 in the sixth chapter. "' 215 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0(24)| handwriting, inserted before He exercised. ~ 216 Annunc, LifeOfChrist, 0(25)| Shows he means is in the Saint's 217 Annunc, Temple | CHRIST TO THE TEMPLE WHEN HE WAS OF THE AGE OF TWELVE 218 Annunc, Temple, 0 | parents asking Him where He had been, He answered: "' 219 Annunc, Temple, 0 | asking Him where He had been, He answered: "'Did you not 220 Annunc, Temptation, 0 | First: After being baptized, He went to the Desert, where 221 Annunc, Temptation, 0 | went to the Desert, where He fasted forty days and forty 222 Annunc, Temptation, 0 | Second Point. Second: He was tempted by the enemy 223 Annunc, CallApostles, 0 | Second Point. Second: He called Philip, as is in 224 Annunc, CallApostles, 0 | Third Point. Third: He called the other Apostles, 225 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | the servants: "'Whatsoever He shall say to you, do ye.'"~ 226 Annunc, 1Miracle, 0 | Third Point. Third: "He changed the water into wine 227 Annunc, OutOfTemple, 0 | With a whip made of cords, He cast out of the Temple all 228 Annunc, OutOfTemple, 0 | Second Point. Second: He turned over the tables and 229 Annunc, OutOfTemple, 0 | the poor who sold doves, He mildly said: "'Take these 230 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | To His beloved Disciples He speaks apart about the Eight 231 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | Second Point. Second: He exhorts them to use their 232 Annunc, SermonMount, 0 | Third Point. Third: He shows Himself not a transgressor, 233 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | frightened, awakened Him. Whom He reprehends for the little 234 Annunc, TempestSea, 0 | Third Point. Third: He commanded the winds and 235 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | dismissed the multitude, He commenced to pray alone.~ 236 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | on the water. Doubting, he commenced to sink, but Christ 237 Annunc, WalkOnSea, 0 | little faith, and then, as He entered into the little 238 Annunc, Apostles, 0 | Second Point. Second: He teaches them of prudence 239 Annunc, Apostles, 0 | Third Point. Third: He gives them the way to go. "' 240 Annunc, Apostles, 0 | received, freely give.'" And He gave them matter to preach. "' 241 Annunc, Magdalen, 0 | because she loves much.' And He said to the woman: 'Thy 242 Annunc, Transfigurat, 0 | Second Point. Second: He was speaking with Moses 243 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | of Lazarus. Knowing it, He delayed for two days, that 244 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | Second Point. Second: Before He raises him, He asks the 245 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | Second: Before He raises him, He asks the one and the other 246 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | the resurrection and life; he who believeth in Me, although 247 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | believeth in Me, although he be dead, shall live.'"~ 248 Annunc, Lazarus, 0 | Third Point. Third: He raises him, after having 249 Annunc, Bethany, 0 | waste of ointment?'" But He a second time excuses Magdalen, 250 Annunc, PalmSunday, 0 | need of them, and forthwith he will let them go."~ 251 Annunc, PalmSunday, 0 | Second Point. Second: He mounted upon the ass, which 252 Annunc, PalmSunday, 0 | Son of David, blessed is He that cometh in the name 253 Annunc, Preaching, 0 | First Point. First: He was every day teaching in 254 Annunc, Preaching, 0 | receive Him in Jerusalem, He used to return to Bethany.~ 255 Annunc, Supper, 0 | First Point. First: He ate the Paschal Lamb with 256 Annunc, Supper, 0 | twelve Apostles, to whom He foretold His death. "'In 257 Annunc, Supper, 0 | Second Point. Second: He washed the Disciples' feet, 258 Annunc, Supper, 0 | did not know that in that He gave an example of humility, 259 Annunc, Supper, 0 | of humility, and for this He said: "'I have given you 260 Annunc, Supper, 0 | Third Point. Third: He instituted the most sacred 261 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | the eight in Gethsemani, He said: "'Sit ye here till 262 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | St. James and St. John, He prayed three times to the 263 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | Thine.'" And being in agony, He prayed the longer.~ 264 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | Third Point. Third: He came into such fear, that 265 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | came into such fear, that He said: "'My soul is sorrowful 266 Annunc, Mysteries, 0 | sorrowful unto death,'" and He sweated blood so plentiful, 267 Annunc, Anna, 0 | taken as a robber, to whom He said: "'You have come out 268 Annunc, Anna, 0 | you did not take Me."' And He saying: "'Whom seek ye?"' 269 Annunc, Anna, 0 | sword into its place,'" and He healed the wound of the 270 Annunc, Anna, 0 | Left by His Disciples, He is taken to Annas, where 271 Annunc, Caiphas, 0 | by the Lord, going forth he wept bitterly.~ 272 Annunc, Caiphas, 0 | Prophesy to us, who is he that struck Thee?'" and 273 Annunc, Herod, 0 | questioned Him much and He answered him nothing, although 274 Annunc, PilateII, 0 | Third Point. Third: He brought Him forth in the 275 Annunc, Cross, 0 | Second Point. Second: He took the Cross on His shoulders 276 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | First Point. First: He spoke seven words on the 277 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | seven words on the Cross: He prayed for those who were 278 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | who were crucifying Him; He pardoned the thief; He recommended 279 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | He pardoned the thief; He recommended St. John to 280 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | His Mother to St. John; He said with a loud voice: "' 281 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | gave Him gall and vinegar; He said that He was abandoned; 282 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | and vinegar; He said that He was abandoned; He said: " 283 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | said that He was abandoned; He said: "It is consummated"; 284 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | said: "It is consummated"; He said: "Father, into Thy 285 Annunc, CrossII, 0 | Him, saying: "'Thou wert He who destroyest the Temple 286 Annunc, Sepulchre, 0 | First Point. First: He was let down from the Cross 287 Annunc, 1Apparit, 0 | First Point. First: He appeared to the Virgin Mary. 288 Annunc, 1Apparit, 0 | included in saying that He appeared to so many others, 289 Annunc, 2Apparit, 0 | seek Jesus of Nazareth. He is already risen, He is 290 Annunc, 2Apparit, 0 | Nazareth. He is already risen, He is not here.'"~ 291 Annunc, 2Apparit, 0 | Third Point. Third: He appeared to Mary, who remained 292 Annunc, 4Apparit, 0 | Entering into the Sepulchre, he saw only the cloths with 293 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | First Point. First: He appeared to the Disciples 294 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | Second Point. Second: He reproves them, showing by 295 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | Third: At their prayer, He lingers there, and was with 296 Annunc, 5Apparit, 0 | in giving them Communion, He disappeared. And they, returning, 297 Annunc, 6Apparit, 0 | being in the midst of them, He says: "'Peace be with you!'"~ 298 Annunc, 6Apparit, 0 | Third Point. Third: He gives them the Holy Ghost, 299 Annunc, 7Apparit, 0 | Thomas, incredulous because he was absent from the preceding 300 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | Peter: "'It is the Lord!'" He cast himself into the sea 301 Annunc, 8Apparit, 0 | Third Point. Third: He gave them to eat part of 302 Annunc, 9Apparit, 0 | Third Point. Third: He sent them through all the 303 Annunc, 10Apparit, 0 | Chapter 15 [7]. "Afterwards He was seen by more than five 304 Annunc, 11Apparit, 0 | Chapter 15 [7]. "Afterwards He appeared to St. James."~ 305 Annunc, 12Apparit, 0 | He appeared to Joseph of Arimathea, 306 Annunc, 13Apparit, 0 | Corinthians, Chapter 15 [8]. He appeared to St. Paul after 307 Annunc, 13Apparit, 0 | Ascension. "'Last of all, He appeared to me, as one born 308 Annunc, 13Apparit, 0 | He appeared also in soul to 309 Annunc, 13Apparit, 0 | having taken His Body again, He appeared to the Disciples 310 Annunc, Ascension, 0 | First Point. First: After He appeared for the space of 311 Annunc, Ascension, 0 | speaking of the kingdom of God, He bade them await in Jerusalem 312 Annunc, Ascension, 0 | Second Point. Second: He brought them out to Mt. 313 Annunc, Ascension, 0 | Olivet, and in their presence He was raised up and a cloud 314 Rules, Receive, 0 | the determination in which he was in the preceding consolation. 315 Rules, Receive, 0 | temptations of the enemy; since he can with the Divine help, 316 Rules, Receive, 0 | always remains to him, though he does not clearly perceive 317 Rules, Receive, 0 | and let him think that he will soon be consoled, employing 318 Rules, Receive, 0 | in consolation think how he will be in the desolation 319 Rules, Receive, 0 | lowering himself as much as he can, thinking how little 320 Rules, Receive, 0 | can, thinking how little he is able for in the time 321 Rules, Receive, 0 | in desolation think that he can do much with the grace 322 Rules, Receive, 0 | The thirteenth: Likewise, he acts as a licentious lover 323 Rules, Receive, 0 | depraved intention, because he easily gathers that he will 324 Rules, Receive, 0 | because he easily gathers that he will not be able to succeed 325 Rules, Receive, 0 | persuasions to the just soul, he wants and desires that they 326 Rules, Receive, 0 | grievous to him, because he gathers, from his manifest 327 Rules, Receive, 0 | deceits being discovered, that he will not be able to succeed 328 Rules, Receive, 0 | The fourteenth: Likewise, he behaves as a chief bent 329 Rules, Receive, 0 | conquering and robbing what he desires: for, as a captain 330 Rules, Receive, 0 | cardinal and moral; and where he finds us weakest and most 331 Rules, Receive, 0 | eternal salvation, there he attacks us and aims at taking 332 Rules, 2Week, 0 | and then little by little he aims at coming out drawing 333 Rules, 2Week, 0 | course of the thoughts which he brings it ends in something 334 Rules, 2Week, 0 | and the bad end to which he leads on, it helps the person 335 Rules, 2Week, 0 | the good thoughts which he brought him at their beginning, 336 Rules, 2Week, 0 | and how little by little he aimed at making him descend 337 Rules, 2Week, 0 | sweetness and joy in which he was, so far as to bring 338 Rules, 2Week, 0 | spirit or through the bad, he forms various resolutions 339 Rules, Distribution, 0 | ministry and condition which he has, as I would want him 340 Rules, Distribution, 0 | to some persons to whom he wants to distribute alms, 341 Rules, Distribution, 0 | until, conformably to them, he has in all dismissed and 342 Rules, Distribution, 0 | in the quantity of what he has to take and apply to 343 Rules, Distribution, 0 | apply to himself out of what he has to give to others, there 344 Rules, Distribution, 0 | fault and excess. Therefore, he can reform in his life and 345 Rules, Scruples, 0 | stepped on a cross of straw, he decides with his own judgment 346 Rules, Scruples, 0 | with his own judgment that he has sinned.~This is properly 347 Rules, Scruples, 0 | and if it is delicate, he tries to make it more delicate 348 Rules, Scruples, 0 | it more. For instance, if he sees that a soul does not 349 Rules, Scruples, 0 | sin, then the enemy, when he cannot make it fall into 350 Rules, Scruples, 0 | account of venial sins, he will try to have it make 351 Rules, Scruples, 0 | before it made some account, he will try to have it now 352 Rules, Scruples, 0 | temptation from without that he should neither say nor do 353 Rules, Scruples, 0 | another thing, etc., - then he ought to raise his understanding 354 Rules, Scruples, 0 | Creator and Lord, and if he sees that it is His due 355 Rules, Scruples, 0 | least not contrary to it, he ought to act diametrically 356 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | more than St. Augustine; he is another, or greater than, 357 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | greater than, St. Francis; he is another St. Paul in goodness, 358 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | of mortal sin. And when he is out, he easily comes 359 Rules, TrueSentimen, 0 | sin. And when he is out, he easily comes to filial fear,


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