Various Authors - Religion - 2008 - 887 pages
most evidently a mystery of light: 'While I am in the world, I am the light of the
world' (Jn 9:5)” (RVM 19). ... Pope John Paul II judged the introduction of the
Luminous Mysteries appropriate: It is fitting to add, following reflection on the
Mark I. Miravalle - Religion - 2006 - 193 pages
The great majority of the twenty Rosary mysteries are explicitly dedicated to the
life of Jesus. As for the last two mysteries, the Assumption and Coronation of
Mary, these mysteries illustrate the application of the graces of the victorious
Christ to ...
John Francis Sullivan - 1920 - 275 pages
The Mysteries, which should be meditated on while the Rosary is being recited,
are intended to honor our Lord as the Saviour, and His Blessed Mother as the
most important auxiliary in effecting our salvation. They are divided into three ...
Kenelm Henry Digby - History - 1889
That the symbolic sense was intended in the ceremonies of faith, is proved from
the ancient fathers. Thus St. Ambrose says to the Neophites, who have been just
initiated by baptism into the Christian mysteries, " Recollect what you have done, ...
Patrick Albert Halpin - 1905 - 134 pages
These are the mysteries. ... There are mysteries everywhere, and we admit them.
... There is mystery in the grain of sand on the ocean's margin, mystery in the drop
of water, in the flower, in the tree, in the small insect, in the largest animal, ...
John Timbs - 1857 - 432 pages
THE ELECSINIAN MYSTERIES. These mysteries were originally celebrated at
Elenrfs, in Attica, with solemn shows and great pomp of machinery, which drew a
mighty concourse to them from all countries. The shows are supposed to have ...
Religion - 1908
OBSCURITY OF RELIGIOUS MYSTERIES. BY THE RIGHT REV. JAMES
BELLORD, D.D. "If any man love me he will keep my word, and my Father will
love hin and we will come to him and will make our abode with him." — John xvi,
Saint Athanasius (Patriarch of Alexandria) - 1904 - 153 pages
And n when they carry the mysteries (without), they shall suffer none but the sick
to partake. And they shall not do according to favour and give unto one beside
the sick, but unto the sick alone. And if any constrain them that they should give y ...