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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF THE TRANSFIGURATION OF CHRIST
St. Matthew writes in the seventeenth Chapter [1-14].
First Point. First: Taking along His beloved Disciples, Peter, James, John, Christ our Lord was transfigured, and His face did shine as the sun, and His garments as the snow.
Second Point. Second: He was speaking with Moses and Elias.
Third Point. Third: St. Peter saying that they would make three tabernacles, a voice from heaven sounded, which said: "'This is My beloved Son, hear ye Him!'" When His Disciples heard this voice, they fell for fear on their faces; and Christ our Lord touched them and said to them: "' Arise and fear not. Tell this vision to no one until the Son of Man be risen.'"
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