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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: ...melted with loving charity for the suffering of those around him. He guarded his eyes while in the world; in Religion he was even more watchful over them. When sent one day to the refectory to bring the Rector's book, he did not even know where the Rector had been sitting, so careful had he been not to indulge his curiosity. The novices were accustomed to visit a very pretty vineyard in their daily walk. One day they went a different route and visited another. When they returned home, Aloysius was asked which of the two he admired the more, when, to the surprise of all, he acknowledged that he was not aware even that they had been to a strange vineyard, but he remembered that in his walk he had that day seen a chapel which he had not before noticed. How great must have been his inward recollection, when naught of this world had even the least attraction for him. He found his happiness in the things of heaven; he needed nothing else. Many might consider his strict silence and guard over his eyes as the result of scrupulousness; but such was not the case. His confessor, Fr. Bellarmin, has testified that he was entirely free from scruples. Such, however, was the purity of his conscience that he detected the slightest faults and was accustomed to refer them to his superiors. His freedom from scruples is evident from the following. Out of a spirit of religious poverty he had always loved old clothes. When sent one day to the tailor for a new cassock, the mortification which he felt was evident in his manner. His Superior advised him to examine his conscience carefully and see whether this did not arise from some species of self-love. Aloysius complied, and during several days assiduously examined his motives. He then reported to his Superior that he was unable t...

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 36 pages. Dimensions: 9.4in. x 7.2in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: . . . melted with loving charity for the suffering of those around him. He guarded his eyes while in the world; in Religion he was even more watchful over them. When sent one day to the refectory to bring the Rectors book, he did not even know where the Rector had been sitting, so careful had he been not to indulge his curiosity. The novices were accustomed to visit a very pretty vineyard in their daily walk. One day they went a different route and visited another. When they returned home, Aloysius was asked which of the two he admired the more, when, to the surprise of all, he acknowledged that he was not aware even that they had been to a strange vineyard, but he remembered that in his walk he had that day seen a chapel which he had not before noticed. How great must have been his inward recollection, when naught of this world had even the least attraction for him. He found his happiness in the things of heaven; he needed nothing else. Many might consider his strict silence and guard over his eyes as the result of scrupulousness; but such was not the case. His confessor, Fr. Bellarmin, has testified that he was entirely free from scruples. Such, however, was the purity of his conscience that he detected the slightest faults and was accustomed to refer them to his superiors. His freedom from scruples is evident from the following. Out of a spirit of religious poverty he had always loved old clothes. When sent one day to the tailor for a new cassock, the mortification which he felt was evident in his manner. His Superior advised him to examine his conscience carefully and see whether this did not arise from some species of self-love. Aloysius complied, and during several days assiduously examined his motives. He then reported to his Superior that he was unable t. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781231204771

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