Thought for the Day – 6 March – Meditations with Antonio Cardinal Bacci (1881-1971)
“There are some people who have a right conscience, a conscient, in other words, which is based on the principles of the Gospel, on the precepts of the Church and on the sound advice of a good confessor.
Nevertheless, these must remember St Paul’s warning: “Let him who thinks he stands, take heed, lest he fall” (1 Cor 10:12).
They must not grow proud, like the Pharisee who prayed in front of the altar but, must be humble, like the poor publican, who knew that without God’s direction and grace, he would fall into serious sin.
They should remember too that it is not enough to have a right conscience but, its dictates must be put into practice with the help of fervent prayer and frequent reception of the Sacraments.”
Antonio Cardinal Bacci
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2 thoughts on “Thought for the Day – 6 March – CONSCIENCE”
Beautiful post. St Anthony of Egypt used to fight with demons all the time. He escaped many of the devil’s traps with his humility. God bless your work.
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Yes, for one of our greatest enemies works along with the devil – our pride!