Letters and Instructions of St. Ignatius Loyola Volume 1 Ignatius of Loyola

ISBN: 9781230429137

Published: September 12th 2013


30 pages


Letters and Instructions of St. Ignatius Loyola Volume 1  by  Ignatius of Loyola

Letters and Instructions of St. Ignatius Loyola Volume 1 by Ignatius of Loyola
September 12th 2013 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 30 pages | ISBN: 9781230429137 | 10.65 Mb

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ... to put the matter in order, I confidently hope that the divine Majesty will arrange it entirely for His greater praise and glory, for by His grace we desire nothing else.

May He through His infinite and supreme goodness deign to grant us His abundant grace that we may perceive His divine will and accomplish it entirely.40 XXIV. To The Fathers And Brothers At Coimbra.41 Rome, May 7, 1547. May the grace and eternal love of Christ Our Lord ever favour and help us. Amen. Through the letters of Master Simon and Santa Cruz I continually receive news of you all, and God knows, from Whom all that is good proceeds, the great consolation and joy I experience when I hear ihow He helps you in the study of letters as well as of virtue, the good odour of which encourages and animates many even in other parts very distant from your land.

And if this should bring joy to every Christian, on account of the common obligation imposed on all to love the honour of God and the good of His image redeemed with the blood and life of Jesus Christ, great and special reason is there that I should rejoice in Our LorcL who am so much obliged to keep you within my soul with special affection. For all this may our Creator and Redeemer be for ever blessed and praised, from Whose infinite liberality spring all good and all grace- and may He deign every day to open up yet more the fountain of His mercies, that He may increase and carry forward what He has begun in your souls.

And I have no doubt, so supreme is He in goodness, so supremely liberal of His gifts, and of that eternal love which makes Him more eager to grant us our perfection than we are to receive it, that He will do it- for if it were not so Jesus Christ would not Himself incite us to that which we can...

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