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|St. Ignatius of Loyola|
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OF THE ASCENSION OF CHRIST OUR LORD
Acts 1 [1-12].
First Point. First: After He appeared for the space of forty days to the Apostles, giving many arguments and doing many signs, and speaking of the kingdom of God, He bade them await in Jerusalem the Holy Ghost promised.
Second Point. Second: He brought them out to Mt. Olivet, and in their presence He was raised up and a cloud made Him disappear from their eyes.
Third Point. Third: They looking to heaven, the Angels say to them: "'Men of Galilee, why stand you looking to heaven? This Jesus, Who is taken from your eyes to heaven, shall so come as you saw Him go into heaven.'"
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