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Quote of the Day – 19 January 2019 – Christ, the Great Sacrament

Quote of the Day – 19 January 2019 – Saturday of the First week in Ordinary Time – Gospel: Mark 2:13–17

“For everything in the life of Jesus, the Incarnate Word, is full of signification.
Christ, if I may thus express myself, is the great sacrament of the New Law…
each of Our Lord’s mysteries ought to be for us, an object of contemplation.
His mysteries ought also to be, as it were, sacraments producing within us,
according to the measure of our faith and love, their own special grace.
And this is true of each of the states of Jesus, of each of His actions.
For if Christ is always the Son of God, if in all that He says and does
He first of all glorifies His Father,
neither does He ever separate us from the thought of Him.
To each of His mysteries, He attaches a grace,
which is to help us to reproduce within ourselves,
His divine features, in order to make us like unto Him.”

Blessed Abbot Columba Marmion OSB (1858-1923)

(Christ in His Mysteries, 232-33)to each of his mysteries - bl columba marmion 19 jan 2019.jpg



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