Kyrie Eleison

Diana. Roman Catholic, student, rose-lover.

"Let us bind ourselves tightly to the Sorrowful Heart of our Heavenly Mother and reflect on it’s boundless grief and how precious is our soul."
St. Padre Pio (via catholicsoul)
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Jesus Christ to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

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catholicsoul:

Jesus is Shepherd, He knows and loves all souls of the sheep of His fold.

What is sweeter than putting one’s whole heart into the hands of the Blessed Virgin Mary!

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"In my deepest wound
I saw your Glory,
And it astounded me."
St Augustine (via shaktilover)

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catholicsoul:

HER ROSARY.  Holy Mother, listen to my voice, I am one with choirs of Angels, and I say with them: AVE MARIA!
The holy angels in heaven salute the most Blessed Virgin with the Hail Mary not audibly but with their angelic mind. For they are fully aware that through it reparation was made for the fallen angels’ sin, God became man and the world was renewed” (Blessed Alan). “I myself, knowing the power of this greeting by the Lord, repeated it with great fervour. Indeed, realizing my own human nature, I begged Mary for a share in her divine life of grace and glory” (Blessed Alan). “One night when a woman member of the Confraternity had retired, Our Lady appeared to her and said, ‘My daughter, do not be afraid of me. I am your loving Mother whom you praise so faithfully every day. Be steadfast and persevere. I want you to know that the Hail Mary gives me so much joy that no man could ever really describe it”’ (Guillaume Pepin, In Rosario aureo, Sermon 47). St. Louis De Montfort

catholicsoul:

HER ROSARY.  Holy Mother, listen to my voice, I am one with choirs of Angels, and I say with them: AVE MARIA!

The holy angels in heaven salute the most Blessed Virgin with the Hail Mary not audibly but with their angelic mind. For they are fully aware that through it reparation was made for the fallen angels’ sin, God became man and the world was renewed” (Blessed Alan). “I myself, knowing the power of this greeting by the Lord, repeated it with great fervour. Indeed, realizing my own human nature, I begged Mary for a share in her divine life of grace and glory” (Blessed Alan). “One night when a woman member of the Confraternity had retired, Our Lady appeared to her and said, ‘My daughter, do not be afraid of me. I am your loving Mother whom you praise so faithfully every day. Be steadfast and persevere. I want you to know that the Hail Mary gives me so much joy that no man could ever really describe it”’ (Guillaume Pepin, In Rosario aureo, Sermon 47). St. Louis De Montfort

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catholicsoul:

The voice of Jesus.
What good has the world done to thee, that thou wouldst devote thy affections to it? It has done, and never will do thee aught but evil. How, then, canst thou give thy heart to it? 
Trust not, My Child, to the smiles and blandishments of the world; they show only a covert desire to deceive and destroy thee. 
But hearken to the invitation of My Heart, that longs to save thee from the everlasting misfortunes, which the world is preparing for thee. 
Think frequently, which of the two, when thou art about to go into eternity, thou shalt rather wish to have followed, the world or Me. Do freely, therefore, and meritoriously now, what without merit, thou shalt be forced to do then. 
Have confidence, My Child, I have overcome the world: if thou art willing. thou also canst vanquish it. So soon as thou shalt have conquered, I will give thee a most delightful place in My Heart. 
Imitation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Chapter XVI

catholicsoul:

The voice of Jesus.

What good has the world done to thee, that thou wouldst devote thy affections to it? It has done, and never will do thee aught but evil. How, then, canst thou give thy heart to it? 

Trust not, My Child, to the smiles and blandishments of the world; they show only a covert desire to deceive and destroy thee. 

But hearken to the invitation of My Heart, that longs to save thee from the everlasting misfortunes, which the world is preparing for thee. 

Think frequently, which of the two, when thou art about to go into eternity, thou shalt rather wish to have followed, the world or Me. Do freely, therefore, and meritoriously now, what without merit, thou shalt be forced to do then. 

Have confidence, My Child, I have overcome the world: if thou art willing. thou also canst vanquish it. So soon as thou shalt have conquered, I will give thee a most delightful place in My Heart. 

Imitation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Chapter XVI

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"The Eucharist bathes the tormented soul in light and love."
St. Bernadette Soubirous (via confessionsofsomeoneanonymous)
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"Imagine Jesus crucified in your arms and on your chest, and say a hundred times as you kiss His chest, ‘This is my hope, the living source of my happiness; this is the heart of my soul; nothing will ever separate me from His love.’"
St. Padre Pio (via dcsunsets)
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"I implore you on my knees, by the blood of Christ and by the Heart of Mary, change your life, come back to the road that leads to heaven, and do all you can to belong to the little number of those who are saved."
St. Leonard of Port Maurice  (via thefullnessofthefaith)

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"Show me your hands. Do they have scars from giving? Show me your feet. Are they wounded in service? Show me your heart. Have you left a place for divine love?"
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

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"To fulfill your calling, your desire to please God must be greater than your desire to please yourself and people."
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"I said to the Lord, “You are my Lord; apart from you I have no good thing.”"
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"Christ has no body now, but yours. No hands, no feet on earth, but yours. Yours are the eyes though which Christ looks compassion into the world. Yours are the feet with which Christ walks to do good. Yours are the hands with which Christ blesses the world."
St. Teresa of Avila  (via littlethingsaboutgod)

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