5 edition of The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation found in the catalog.
February 2005 by IndyPublish.com .
Written in English
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Joseph could beg for them. All approached the Sacraments at fixed intervals; morning and evening prayers were said in common in private families; the precepts of God and the Church were strictly observed. Her brother, Claude Guyart attempted to persuade her into abandoning her mission by accusing her of parental neglect, and by revoking an inheritance designated for her son; these measures did not deter her. The most important of these was to form the novices to religious life by conferences on its spirit and its obligations, and at the same time to prepare them for the special function of the Ursuline institute, by instructions on the Christian doctrine. I am sure the holy Mother will cure me.
In every condition, we can imitate Him by the practice of His maxims, which not only discover to us what we have to retrench and correct in our lives and conduct, but also guide us to the means of accomplishing that difficult work of self-correction. Parental love indeed often degenerated into weakness among the Indians, and proved one of the great obstacles to the formation of schools by the missionaries. A common grave was ready to receive them, and on its preparation, no pains had been spared. The saints form the beautiful garden of the Church, redolent of every variety of sweetest fragrance, and enamelled with every shade of fairest tinting. On this occasion, each family brought to the place appointed the bones of the relatives who had died since the last celebration. Father Maguire, entitled to all praise and gratitude for his untiring devotedness lo its prosperity.
The chief result of this first voyage was the discovery of the great river of Canada, and the opening of communication with the natives. So it ever is with the work of God, for the. She had a natural facility for expressing her thoughts on every subject, but when spiritual things were her theme, she surpassed herself, her abundant and most appropriate quotations from Scripture adding immeasurably to the weight of her words. This wonderful cure which has now lasted eight years, I can attribute only to the charitable and powerful intercession of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation. After Mass, the Mother Superior proceeded to visit the invalid, who had communicated in bed at an early hour, and unwilling to believe that she had not been cured, told her to rise. Hardly six houses stood on the site chosen by Champlain thirty-one years previously.
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She was unable to swallow the water, but no sooner had her lips been The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation book with it, than she seemed to revive.
She had a lively confidence in the Sacred Heart of our Lord, and always concluded the spiritual exercises of each day by recommending to the Eternal Father through Its infinite merits, the Church of Canada, the preachers of the Gospel, and her friends. She had become so accustomed to her charitable intervention, that she counted on it as a matter of course.
Parental love indeed often degenerated into weakness among the Indians, and proved one of the great obstacles to the formation of schools by the missionaries. The pupils especially were amazed when asked to join.
The singular degree of supernatural light vouchsafed her, the sublimity of interior purity to which she was called, and the height of the virtue to which she had already attained, explain the reproaches of the Holy Spirit, and her own keen remorse for an infidelity which appears trivial to us because of our want of enlightenment in the ways of God.
On the 22nd of February,Mother Mary of the Incarnation bade a last farewell to the convent at Tours. Taking the verb for his starting point, the Indian is enabled, by prefixing, inserting, and adding syllables, to form at last some word which will not only express the action in question, but include at once, subject, object, time, place, and modifying circumstances.
Being very timid, she did not venture to press the matter, so her mother, hearing nothing more of it, naturally concluded that her inclination for religion had been the result of some passing fit of fervour, or perhaps only a childish fancy, forgotten as soon as formed, an idea apparently so much the more reasonable, as her natural gaiety of character seemed to dispose her rather for the world than for a convent.
I'm here to talk about the book and that was all background. But the Spouse of souls will admit no reservation in those whom He has chosen to be all His own, and we learn from herself, that by this infidelity, she interrupted for a time the fulness of the flow of divine liberality in her regard, and checked the freedom and rapidity of her progress to God.
That insistence has been the irreducible minimum in all the theories about Mary that have appeared in Christian history. This great victory she attributed to the intercession of St.
He also constructed a stone fort, strengthened the fortifications at Three Rivers, and traced a correct plan of the city, which as yet, it must be owned, existed only among the visions of hope.
His great aim from the beginning was to walk in the steps of his predecessor, and thus develop and consolidate the work so happily commenced.
The deceased warrior was placed outside his wigwam in a sitting posture, to show that although life was over, the principle of existence still survived, and in that position he was buried, together with his pipe, manitou, tomahawk, The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation book, and bent bow, and a supply of maize and venison for his travels to the paradise of his ancestors.
This place was elevated, and below it lay a majestic and vast country, full of mountains, of valleys, of thick mists which permeated everything except the church Here the progress of the institution continues very striking, for in the community included 56 professed Religious, 38 of whom were Choir Sisters, 18 Lay Sisters, and 10 Novices.
They treated their prisoners with great cruelty, partly it is said from the superstitious belief that the manes of their fallen companions were soothed by the sufferings The Life of the Venerable Mother Mary of the Incarnation book the captives.
It was a new light; she had never before heard of Canada; neither had she for a moment imagined that God intended her to labour for souls otherwise than by the interior practices of zeal and charity to which she was accustomed.
Their attempts under Henry II and Charles IX, to form settlements in Brazil and Florida, seem to have diverted their attention from New France, but they never quite forgot it, nor utterly relinquished the hope of one day founding a State on the Saint Lawrence. One day, therefore, when Mary and Joseph were talking together with deep reverence about the marvelous goodness of God as manifested in the Incarnation, the Child Jesus, resting in His Mother's arms, said to St.
And as they arrived at the town of Heliopolis or City of the Sun, He used His Divine power to drive the demons from the idols in the temples. And yet, even under its stern reign, Canada is not without natural charms, — its giant river fast bound in icy chains; every stream, and lake and rivulet in the land a sheet of sparkling crystal; every trunk, and branch, and twig glittering in the sun as if sprinkled with diamond dust; every valley, hill and woodland, every mountain slope and far-stretching plain wrapped in a soft mantle of spotless snow.
She told them to seek out the Franciscans - for those who don't know, the Poor Clares are the sisterhood associated with the Franciscans - for further instruction in the faith. Fears that baptisms, holy icons and crosses were the source of all epidemics greatly limited the groups' interactions, and strained Marie's relationship with Natives in her first decades in New France.The Council's affirmation that Mary can rightfully be called the Mother of God is thus profoundly "Christological", affirming who Jesus is and who we can become in Him.
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