A soul can never do well if it does not throw itself as far as the eye can see into the arms of Divine Providence
Magdalen, first to drink the fountained Christ
Prayer is the trap-door out of sin.
The appointed time has come... for the renewal of His spouse, the Church
“And I saw the river over which every soul must pass to reach the kingdom of heaven and the name of that river was suffering: and I saw a boat which carries souls across the river and the name of that boat was love.” St. John of the Cross […] via Feast of St. John... Continue Reading →
"I do not fear my weakness," wrote St. Elizabeth of the Trinity, a 19th c. Discalced Carmelite nun from Dijon, France. Her unique insight was her spiritual doctrine of the indwelling of the Holy Trinity in our souls.
Not just one person of the Holy Trinity finds his rest within us, but the entire Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
On the official English website of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity you can pray her famous prayer to the Holy Trinity and find quotes for every day of the year.
O my God, Trinity Whom I adore, help me to forget myself entirely that I may be established in You as still and as peaceful as if my soul were already in eternity.