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|for sainthood 10, 209; see also ancestor worship; martyr cults; sacred places; |
sarcophagus saints De Contemptu ... and intellectual developments 195; see
also inner temptation dramas: about Alexius 112, 113, 136 dualism 175
Dymphna of ...
|From Anger, Boredom, and Temptation to Gluttony, Gossip, and Greed Joseph M. |
Esper ... had abandoned him; St. Rose of Lima, who is said to have suffered not
only temptations by the Devil, but also physical assaults and beatings from him; ...
|participation in and critique of both the modern project and its postmodern |
subproject. Besides helping her understand her sources and paths of learning,
such a chain might also tempt the heterologist to premature conclusions about
how to ...
|... and could no longer be expunged. 5. TEMPTATION TO SAINTLINESS The |
miraculous cure had taken place on 1 3 May. On the following morning Thérèse
resumed her normal life. “Neither nervousness nor irritability lingered”, says
|That detail may be worth a hundred Temptations for characterizing Anthony as a |
mere man. ... him to be not only a sort of wise fool in his saintly forbearance and
long suffering, but also, in his susceptibility to earthly temptation, a fool in fact.
|Among other things, these letters have an importance in also deferring the |
moment of transition. Certainly it ... unable to explain clearly what temptation
meant for him or what it meant to succumb to it. ... to the extent that I had a
Catholic faith, I was in the least bit on the road to saintliness; I was also perhaps
on the road to sin.
Caroline Mountjoy Smith, Michael Ferrebee Sadler - 1879 - Read
|If temptation is not to be shrank from as an evil, but to be accepted as a necessity |
and regarded as a means, though painful ... not merely the test of our obedience,
but also the condition of our progress, the means, the instrument of perfection.
|On the other hand, it is the state of active saintliness, which defeats and |
transcends sin and evil. ... Temptation approached even the Only Sinless One,
the Son of God and of man, who entered the world that had become subject to "
the prince ...
|It is from this that the temptations increase their hold upon him: he refuses to be a |
heretic, but takes pity on the gods; ... Or has he achieved purity through the
dumbness of matter; is this the moment when he achieves a true saintliness by ...
Bouvard and Pécuchet also make a new start: having been Introduction - xliii.
|But there are also external trials, which the theological Liberal must be prepared |
to meet. Worst of all is the loss of the ... These trials constitute a very severe
temptation, to which thousands quietly succumb. The sacrifice of the intellect, ...