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Published by Niagara Index Publishing House in Suspension Bridge, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vincent de Paul, Saint, 1581-1660.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtrans. from the French of abbé Maynard by a priest of the congregation of the mission.
    ContributionsLouise de Marillac, Saint, 1591-1660.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX4700.V6 M36 1877
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 383, 26 p. ;
    Number of Pages383
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23356831M

    Felix the Capuchin experienced great affliction in seeing himself honored and esteemed; and he was often heard to say that he would have been glad to be frightfully deformed, that all might abhor him. In the Council of Conscience he opposed the admission to benefices of anyone who shared them, and joined the chancellor and the nuncio in seeking means to stay their progress. Know that she is very far more perfect than thyself. Francis de Sales One of the means for the acquisition of perfection which was chiefly inculcated and much practiced by St.

    For my part, I will never justify myself except by my works. Therefore he had to continue his journey through life. Between Vincent preached missions in some thirty distinct places on the de Gondi estate. Prior to the Revolution his congregation was directing in France fifty-three upper and nine lesser seminaries, that is a third of all in France. These are things to be done by all; why not practice them?

    Mary of Angels. Gertrude was one day mourning over a little fault into which she was accustomed to fall at times, she earnestly entreated the Lord to free her from it. For the soul which God truly unites to Himself by so lofty a method of prayer, feels none of these things, and no longer cares whether she is esteemed or not, or whether she is spoken well of or ill; nay rather honors and repose give her more pain than dishonor and trials. Some place it in simplicity of attire; some in austerity; some in almsgiving; some in frequent reception of the Sacraments; this one, in prayer; that one, in passive contemplation; and another, in the gifts called gratuitous. Oh, what a beautiful thing it would be, if it should please God to confirm us well in such a practice. She, therefore, went so far as to make this prayer: "O Lord!


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But in another matter she did not succeed so well, though she made every effort. Vincent and Francis formed a relationship of sincere friendship and seemed to be in spiritual harmony with one another. Trust in him, I beg you, and you will have the fulfillment of what your heart desires.

The same was the case with regard to the virtues.

(PDF) The Life of St. Vincent de Paul

If a needy person requires medicine or other help during prayer time, do whatever has to be done with peace of mind. Whoever humbleth himself, shall be exalted. Vincent's life there came regularly more than persons yearly, or more than 20, in all.

On being asked his reason, he replied that in the latter he received many honors, but in the former only injuries and insults.

He had learned from his teachers that the great secret of the spiritual life is to abandon all Virtues and spiritual doctrine of St. Vincent de Paul book we love to him by abandoning ourselves to all that He wishes, with perfect confidence that everything will Virtues and spiritual doctrine of St.

Vincent de Paul book out for the best CCD:VIII Therefore it is necessary, above all, to maintain ourselves in these two virtues; for observe well that the preservation of the whole edifice depends on the foundation and the roof.

This would give him great confidence and strength to do and suffer everything with extreme satisfaction.

There a nobleman saw him several times sleeping on the ground, with a column of fire rising from his body even to the heavens. At this, Christ humbled Himself to her with so much goodness that the whole celestial court stood amazed.

During the year Vincent intervened in matters concerning the distribution of benefits, rising above conflicts and the denunciation of political intrigues which often had prejudicial effects on the poor. Catherine of Genoa said: "I am no more my own; whether I live or die, I am my Saviour's; I have no longer any possession or interest of my own.

For what hope is there for us if God should withdraw His mercy from us? But she could not bear to receive so much honor, so that she fled from the house a few days after, and was never again seen. Marguerite de Silly, the wife of Philippe-Emmanuel de Gondi, wanted Vincent to become her spiritual director.

Vincent saw events as situations which revealed the mystery of God: You know that the will of God cannot be made known to us more clearly in events that when they happen without intervention or in a way other than we requested CCD:V So, too, the witness of Marguerite Naseau and the events at Chatillon were pivotal experiences for the Daughters of Charity.

He was searching and so the pilgrimage had to continue. The second principle is a very high esteem of God, which may be easily acquired by the light of faith, as He is Omnipotent, the Supreme Good and our End; as also because He has loved us so much, and is ever present with us, and guides us in all things, both as to nature and grace, and, in particular, has called us and leads us by a special vocation to a lofty perfection.

To be truly a Saint, it is necessary to be one according to the will of God. But one day, when at prayer, he heard a voice which said to him, "Macarius, know that thou hast not attained as much virtue as two women who live at such a place?

Thus years later the number of children reached ; their support cost 30, livres; soon with the increase in the number of children this reached 40, livres. In the following years the retreats would become a time for a lengthy and careful process of formation.

Yes, yes, in me sint, Deus, vola tua, et non vola meaThy will, not mine, be done.St. Vincent de Paul Born at Pouy, Gascony, France, inthough some authorities have said ; died at Paris, 27 September, Born of a peasant family, he made his humanities studies at Dax with the Cordeliers, and his theological studies, interrupted by a short stay at Saragossa, were made at Toulouse where he graduated in theology.

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