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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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THE SEVENTH APPARITION
John 20 [24-30].
First Point. First: St. Thomas, incredulous because he was absent from the preceding apparition, says: "If I do not see Him, I will not believe."
Second Point. Second: Jesus appears to them eight days from that, the doors being shut, and says to St. Thomas: "'Put here thy finger and see the truth; and be not incredulous, but believing.'"
Third Point. Third: St. Thomas believed, saying: "'My Lord and my God!" Christ said to him: "'Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed.'"
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