Kenelm Henry Digby - Middle Ages - 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 - Apologetics - 1905 - 134 pages
These are the mysteries. Without revelation there are facts and truths which man
would never think of, much less understand. It must never be forgotten that man
only perceives truth, and so, since the expanse of truth is limitless, since God is ...
John Francis Sullivan - Christian education - 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 ...
Preaching - 1908
VIII. 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,
María de Jesús (de Agreda, sor) - 1914
"The existence of different opinions regarding these sacraments and other
mysteries in the Church, arises from the fact that I manifest and give light
concerning one set of mysteries to some teachers, and illumine others
concerning other ...
Saint Bede (the Venerable) - England - 1907 - 439 pages
and with his whole province to receive the faith and mysteries of Christ. And
indeed his father Redwald had long before been initiated into the mysteries of the
Christian faith in Kent, but in vain ; for on his return home, he was seduced by his
Christian literature, Early - 1888
spake to them that had understanding, not by words only, but even by the
miracles themselves. The five loaves signified the five books of Moses' Law. The
old l>aw is barley compared to the Gospel wheat. In those books are great
Gilbert Keith Chesterton - Jerusalem - 1921 - 307 pages
mystery is why some people can do it and others cannot ; and why it seems to be
easy in one place and impossible in another. In other words it comes back to that
very mystery which of all mysteries the modern world thinks most superstitious ...
Kenelm Henry Digby - 1877
Meus est qui amat unitatem ; non est meus qui separat," says St. Columban.2 " It
is not the knowledge of mysteries which is required ; it is the constant meditation
on the life of Christ which strengthens the mind against vain and perishable ...