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Life Everlasting

by Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange PREFACE PART 1 : SOUL IMMENSITY IN OUR PRESENT LIFE I. SENSIBILITY 2. WILL AND INTELLECT 3. SOUL IMMENSITY AND BEATIFIC VISION 4. THE SOURCE OF LIBERTY 5. THE ROOTS OF VICE AND VIRTUE 6. PURGATORY BEFORE DEATH - THE NIGHT OF THE SOUL PART...
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"We must submit to the Will of God and kiss the hand that strikes us, for we know it is better to suffer in this life than in the next, since one moment of suffering willingly accepted for the love God, is worth an eternity of happiness." -St. Margaret Mary Alacoque
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Introduction

I HAVE written this treatise especially for those who by their vows are called upon to share in the public prayer of the Church. To my knowledge no adequate treatise, such as 1 have aimed at, exists in any language. And when one considers the thousands of souls who...
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The Little Office of Our Lady

A TREATISE THEORETICAL, PRACTICAL, AND EXEGETICAL BY ETHELRED L. TAUNTON Priest of the Archdiocese of Westminster "I have set watchmen upon thy walls, O Jerusalem, who shall never hold their peace day or night." Isaias Ixii. 6 London JOHN BALE, SONS & DANIELSSON,...
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The Penitent’s Litany

Have mercy on me, O God, according to Thy great mercy. And according to the multitude of Thy tender mercies, blot out my iniquity. [Psalm 50:3]. Lord, have mercy on me. Christ, have mercy on me. God the Father of Heaven, Have mercy on me. God the Son, Redeemer of the...
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Solemn Novena to Our Lady of Victory

With the news of the brutal and horrific terrorist attacks tonight in Paris, France, we must offer up fervent prayers for the souls of those whose lives were taken so suddenly, for the wounded, that they may see healing, and their families. Below is a Solemn Novena to...

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Novena in honour of Our Lady of La Salette

(This Novena can be made at anytime, but it is customary to make it from the 11th to the 19th of each month). First Day In Casting myself at thy feet, O loving Mother, to ask thee: (here mention your request), I cannot help remembering that thou camest on the mountain...

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Novena to Christ the King

The Feast of Christ the King was instituted by Pope Pius XI in Quas Primas, December 11, 1925 on the last Sunday of October. Let us pray this Novena in anticipation of this great Feast, that all men and their nations might submit to the Social Reign of Christ the...

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Columbus

+JMJ+ Today the good name of Christopher Columbus is too often maligned thanks to the efforts of the anti-Catholic writers of history. Now they are even going so far as to declare his holiday to instead be some sort of 'indigenous peoples' day, which isn't surprising...

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Our Lady of the Willow Tree

+JMJ+ The following is a true story of an apparition of Our Lady that happened in France in 1649, known as Notre Dame de l'Osier, or Our Lady of the Willow Tree. Our Lady hates all false religions, including Protestantism, Mohammedanism, Judaism, and paganism, and...

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Lepanto

Gilbert Keith Chesterton wrote this classic poem in honour of the great naval victory achieved by the Catholic fleet of ships Don Juan of Austria over the Mohammedan Turks, who vastly outnumbered the Christian forces. Pope Saint Pius V implored the Faithful to pray...

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Saint Dominic and the Most Holy Rosary

Do you know the story behind the origins of the Most Holy Rosary? Rationalist, naturalists, and modernists will scoff at the following story, as they are completely mortified that anyone in this day and age would believe in anything to do with miracles and the...

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On the Most Holy Rosary

On this glorious Feast of Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary, let us meditate on the words of Saint Louis de Montfort, who, in his The Secret of the Rosary, implores us to pray the Rosary with great fervor every day of our lives, no matter how bored we may be, or how...

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