May the power of your love fill our hearts also and stir us to ever more generous efforts in your service
God seemed so present to me that I thought of St. Peter's words: You are Christ, Son of the living God
The worst was that interior fire and despair
It seemed to me that Jesus Christ was always present at my side
Lord, I am an ignorant child, I am blind; I come unto you to see.
One feast day of St. Paul, while I was at Mass, this most sacred humanity in its risen form was represented to me
Not just one person of the Holy Trinity finds his rest within us, but the entire Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
"We have the Blessed Sacrament exposed in the oratory: what divine hours are spent in this little corner of Heaven."
St. Elizabeth of the Trinity writes, “In the light of eternity the soul sees things as they really are.”
"O happy wound, wrought by one who knows only how to heal! O fortunate and choicest wound; you were made only for delight, and the quality of your affliction is delight and gratification for the wounded soul!"
Avila, Incarnation, Jan. 19, 1572 St. Teresa's vision of our Lady in the choir of the Incarnation 1. On the eve of the feast of St. Sebastian, the first year in which I was prioress at the Incarnation, at the beginning of the Salve Regina, I saw the Mother of God descend with a great... Continue Reading →