Purity In All Things


“We must be pure. I do not speak merelyImpurity of purity of the sense. We must observe great purity in our will, in our intentions, in all our actions. To possess purity of life—in this, all consists.”

                             ~St. Peter Julian Eymard


For Reflection:

How does purity of will, of intention, of action lead to purity of life in all things?



Called to Knighthood :The Sacrament of Confirmation in the Kingdom Family of God by Thomas K Sullivan  Pb 70 pgs
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In order to better understand what Confirmation really is, we must first understand who, and what, the family of God is.  But this understanding cannot be in 21st Century (modern day), social structural terms.  We must understand the family of God in the terms that God chose to use when He identified Himself as our Father and we became His children. Therefore, to begin this, we must refer to the written Word of God, Sacred Scripture, and see just how God fathered His chosen family, Israel, and see how its “family structure” was organized.

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