Meditation on True Humility looking at the Passion of Christ given by Br. Brian Jackson during Holy Week 2019
A meditation given by Sr. Marina Hernandez during adoration on the night of Holy Thursday at the altar of repose, Holy Week 2019. She uses an excerpt from the book "The Passion and the Death of Jesus Christ" by St. Alphonsus de Liguori.
A talk on the History of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, given by Sr. Kelai Reno during the Holy Week of 2019.
A talk on the Theology of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, given by Fr. Dominic Feehan during the Holy Week of 2019.
The announcement of the betrayal of Jesus takes place at the very moment of the announcement of the Sacrament of Love. We see in the Eucharist the contradiction of the greatest Love and the greatest contempt. How many times in the Eucharist is the Lord treated with contempt, with insults. The Eucharist is the Sacrifice of the great love of Jesus on the Cross, but it is also the victim of the lack of love of so many souls.
Father Henry uses the base of the Resurrection in this meditation. He refers to Peter's threefold manifestation of his love of Jesus, and also touches on desolation and purification.
Our Lord voluntarily suffered for love of us. He was thinking of each and every one of us, and he was willing to suffer all those torments for each of us, and he would be willing to undergo all that suffering again to save us.
The Poor Widow in the Gospel today wanted to give everything to God. The Lord recognized the importance of that contribution. Charity is the principal virtue of Christians. The greatest manifestation of the Love of God is the charity of Christ agonizing on the Cross for us. If we were to summarize the readings of today, we could do so in three words: Charity, Sacrifice and Reward.
How does God look on humanity? God's gaze on sinners is one of infinite compassion and mercy. When God looks on humanity, He is profoundly moved by the evil and sin that causes so much suffering. He has a tremendous desire to heal, nourish, restore and protect humanity from the evil one.
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