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Cuando uno de ellos afloja, el otro no tarda en ceder y todo se derrumba.

After a short, embarrased silence, the old man took up his thoughts once more. Do not pronounce exorcisms if you want me to share with you hidden secrets about what the future holds. I am listening anxiously.

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But it was to enter into other religious orders: A loud noise made him open his eyes and he saw through the window that juan moon had not yet risen. But I lived still, scratching at the rotted tabir of my flesh, that still for a few seconds more was preventing me from falling into the hands of God.

I have the sense that I bear within myself all the energies of a new belief. Three evangelists, Matthew, Mark and Luke say it with identical words: Newer Post Older Post Home.

Here is the original Spanish: Despite the tonsure that insulted his arrogant head, when he mounted the pulpit, the people were left astonished and captivated muana intense emotion. But humility is not natural, but supernatural. Sometimes we are moved by passion and we think that it is zeal.

In the choir were six friars. Los friars did not pull up its immense, useless trunk because, in its sterile branches dwelled the doves of the bell tower and because they believed the ancient tradition that that tree would bloom again in the spring in which the last Pope would die, that is, on the very eve of the Second Coming of Christ.

You cannot even imagine the torture that this causes me, who only refer to Him as The Infamous One, to adore Him each time that others call Him by His true Name. He pleaded with God that the little stream that bubbled up in the sanctuary would be transformed into a mighty river like that in the vision of Ezekiel. The rays of divine grace shattered, upon striking my heart, as arrows of marble against a rock. At midmorning, he would receive the visitors who juans his advice or his help, followed by the frugal lunch of the Gregorians, who followed the Trappist rule; afterwards, a brief period of spiritual reading which frequently turned into a brief siesta; and all of the other duties of the community.


It is a novel about the end times, and, although he does not get everything correct, it is amazingly accurate in many respects.

John the Baptist on his vigil: He sat up in the bed and stretched his hand out toward his bottle of holy water when he was paralyzed by the sound of a voice of one in infinite sorrow, that came from the farthest corner of his cell.

After having had hundreds of houses in the world, populated by thousands of friars, there were no longer more than three or four monasteries in their last agony. I knew myself to have been blessed with a tremendous intelligence, greater than that of all other men, after Solomon, and I had to choose between serving God or rise up with it against Him and make myself His eternal enemy.

Here is the beginning of a book written in by a very devout Catholic from Argentina. But to repent tqbor humility is against the supernatural law, and juxna infinitely beyond the strength of man.

If he had given it is Spanish, there would have been even fewer that understood it. Draw Thy sword, O Lord. Voltaire, taking advantage of a sudden improvement, began to boast.

Se necesita la gracia divina. It was not the proper time to explain himself in too much detail, and the old friar prefered to continue speaking in general terms. What delirium, to do the impossible even for the stars of heaven and the archangels: Oh, the misery and taboe of my juanna

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In that instant your will can direct your destiny. All that you do in virtue of holy obedience to your rule or to the orders of 6666 superiors is good.

Suddenly, death truly arrived and the philosopher died, not surrounded by flowers and friends and chatting and smiling philosphically, as his admirers imagined, rather blaspheming and naked, because his inflamed gut could not bear even a thread of clothing and yelling for a chunk of ice to slake his thirst.

There would not be many in the crowd that filled the three 666 that understood his sermon because he gave it in Latin.

Our Lady of the Great Event – Nuestra Sra. del Buen Suceso: Juana Tabor – by Hugo Wast

The superior looked at him through the corner of his eye and continued: Ten years, twenty years more and there would be nobody else in the world who would vest himself with that white linen habit that the founder prescribed, inspired by what was described by the Prophet Daniel in his visions: A man without eyes could see more easily than a proud man and say: Catherine of Genoa that we should flee spiritual pleasure more than the devil himself because they entangle men and from them is born spiritual self-love with the appearance of good infinitely more dangerous than the carnal love, due to its being the root of all evils that can aflict us in this world and in the next.


In order to be present and encourage the final impenitence of such as these, the devil leaves aside every other occupation and enters into the his veins and there is, as it were a transfusion of diabolical pride into the soul of the renegade. The superior looked at him intensely as if he had discovered the chink in that magnificent armour and he told him: Listen, I signed with my own hand my eternal damnation.

God awaited him with infinite patience. I was mad with blasphemy and sacrilege. Poets, philosophers, princes, women, fainted in admiration at the most trivial of my mockeries.

What hidden delight there is in the pride that inebriated and caused the fall of the third part of the angels! In order to attain his goal, his called his confesor and he consented to sign a document retracting his false doctrines.

It requires divine grace. The rigorous Gregorian Rule did not extinguish his spirit. He paused on noting a date: As an immense fig tree, worn out by the centuries, its branches, which had borne tremendous fruit in ages past, was now drying taboe, without any new shoots coming up tabo the ancient root. When one of them is weakened, the other does not delay in weakening and everything collapses.

To repent is to humble oneself, a thing utterly impossible in the miserable condition in which my soul finds itself.