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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF THE EIGHTH APPARITION
John, last Chapter [1-24].
First Point. First: Jesus appears to seven of His Disciples33 who were fishing, and had taken nothing all night; and spreading the net by His command, "They were not able to draw it out for the multitude of the fishes."
Second Point. Second: By this miracle St. John knew Him and said to St. Peter: "'It is the Lord!'" He cast himself into the sea and came to Christ.
Third Point. Third: He gave them to eat part of a fish roasted, and a comb of honey, 34 and recommended the sheep to St. Peter, having first examined him three times on charity, and says to him: "'Feed My sheep! '"
33 Of His Disciples is in the handwriting of St. Ignatius: replacing a word erased.
34 These words are in St. Luke 24, 42.
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