February 18, 2011
February 19th Holy Spirit Novena
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February 18, 2011
Romans 12: 9-13, 18
Let love be without any pretence. Avoid what is evil; stick to what is good. In brotherly love let your feelings of deep affection for one another come to expression and regard others as more important than yourself. In the service of the Lord, work not halfheartedly but with conscientiousness and an eager spirit. Be joyful in hope, persevere in hardship; keep praying regularly; share with any of Gods holy people who are in need; look for opportunities to be hospitable.
As much as possible, and to the utmost of your ability, be at peace with everyone.
R. How good it is for us to work together
How good, how delightful it is
to live as brothers all together!
It is like a fine oil on the head,
running down the beard,
running down Aaron's beard,
onto the collar of his robes.
It is like the dew of Hermon
falling on the heights of Zion;
for there Yahweh bestows his blessing,
Sing: You will know They are Christians by Their Love
R. God intends us to work in communities
God intends us to obey just authority
Institutions cannot survive without
working as a team
we exist as a team
we don't try to tear the institution apart
as we work alone in anger
Satan wants division so he can
take out men working together
working in peace and love and unity
with each other
We are members of God's family
In a family usually there is mother and father and children
Children came into being through a mother and father
God intends us to obey
Mark 1: 14-20
After John had been arrested, Jesus went into Galilee. There he proclaimed the gospel from God saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is close at hand. Repent, and believe the gospel.
As he was walking along by the Lake of Galilee he saw Simon and Simons brother Andrew casting a net in the lakefor they were fishermen. And Jesus said to them, Come after me and I will make you into fishers of people. And at once they left their nets and followed him.
Going on a little further, he saw James son of Zebedee and his brother John; they too were in their boat, mending the nets. At once he called them and, leaving their father Zebedee in the boat with the men he employed, they went after him.
Mark 2: 13-14
He went out again to the shore of the lake; and all the people came to him, and he taught them. As he was walking along he saw Levi the son of Alphaeus sitting at the tax office, and he said to him, 'Follow me.' And he got up and followed him.
R. Jesus was bringing together
would work with Him
They gave up everything
to follow Christ
Matthew left all his money
all his taxes to follow Jesus
Matthew threw a big party
The Apostles followed Jesus
Jesus was in charge
Jesus was the Master
Students follow their teachers
In movies we can see all of Jesus'
Apostles walking in a group
That wasn't how it was
They followed Jesus
Jesus was up front
Jesus was the leader
Jesus was the teacher
Jesus was out front
Fr. Joe talked about
4 Chaplains that they were on a boat
at the time of Hitler
The boat was going down
These Chaplains gave the people
their life jackets when they
ran out of life jackets
so the Chaplains went down with
the boat they died for others
This is the way of love
These men were full of Jesus
They sacrificed for others
They gave to others
The Apostles weren't dumb
a tax collector wasn't dumb
The Apostles that followed Jesus
were sharp men
they were wise and
they followed Jesus
Help us to FOLLOW JESUS
Happiness is in following Jesus
NOT following SATAN LIVE by the
message of the Gospel
Help us to work together
Help us to work to bring people together
Help us to show we are Christians
Sing: We come to share our Story - G240
The rule of religious orders are
based on this obedience to superiors
to obey just authority
even if we disagree on the way
something is to be done
we obey those over us
we obey authority
Religious take a vow
The Apostles were fishing and
Jesus went by and He said
'Come and follow Me'
Jesus obeyed His Father
Jesus taught us how to be
We can rebel against God's will
To follow Jesus
To rebel against God's will
R. We have a free will
to be obedient and follow Jesus
or to be disobedient and to
argue how when we are 'wrong'
we are 'right'
Try to discredit authority by showing
bad example of how we disobey
2 children were playing
a small child was very rebellious
the rebellious child left he was older than the
the little child that was still there
was taught a big lesson
DISOBEY the little child witnessed it
The little child looked up to the rebellious kid
The little child disobeyed all that day and night
The little child continued disobeying
The older child gave a bad example and
showed the little child the way to disobey
Jesus tells us to follow Him
Jesus was obedient to His Father
to His death on the cross
Genesis 11: 1-9
The whole world spoke the same language, with the same vocabulary. Now, as people moved eastwards they found a valley in the land of Shinar where they settled. They said to one another, Come, let us make bricks and bake them in the fire. For stone they used bricks, and for mortar they used bitumen. Come, they said, let us build ourselves a city and a tower with its top reaching heaven. Let us make a name for ourselves, so that we do not get scattered all over the world.
Now Yahweh came down to see the city and the tower that the people had built. So they are all a single people with a single language! said Yahweh. This is only the start of their undertakings! Now nothing they plan to do will be beyond them. Come, let us go down and confuse their language there, so that they cannot understand one another. Yahweh scattered them thence all over the world, and they stopped building the city. That is why it was called Babel, since there Yahweh confused the language of the whole world, and from there Yahweh scattered them all over the world.
Psalm 33: 10-15
Yahweh thwarts the plans of nations,
frustrates the counsels of peoples;
but Yahweh's own plan stands firm for ever,
his heart's counsel from age to age.
How blessed the nation whose God is Yahweh,
the people he has chosen as his heritage.
From heaven Yahweh looks down,
he sees all the children of Adam,
from the place where he sits he watches
all who dwell on the earth;
he alone moulds their hearts,
he understands all they do.
He called the people and his disciples to him and said, 'If anyone wants to be a follower of mine, let him renounce himself and take up his cross and follow me. Anyone who wants to save his life will lose it; but anyone who loses his life for my sake, and for the sake of the gospel, will save it. What gain, then, is it for anyone to win the whole world and forfeit his life? And indeed what can anyone offer in exchange for his life? For if anyone in this sinful and adulterous generation is ashamed of me and of my words, the Son of man will also be ashamed of him when he comes in the glory of his Father with the holy angels.'
And he said to them, 'In truth I tell you, there are some standing here who will not taste death before they see the kingdom of God come with power.'
R. In the first reading the people continued
to sin after the flood
They constructed the tower of Babel
They were working to build a tower
The problem was their intention
Their intention was much like Adam and Eve
they would build this tower and
they thought they would be like gods
Ambition to be like god
The tongue was confused by God because
of what they did to build the tower
Through the death and resurrection
we will see one tongue on Pentecost
We see yesterday Peter told Christ
that He couldn't get crucified
Jesus said to Peter
"Get behind me satan"
Jesus says if you want to be part of His Kingdom
you must follow in My footprints
Jesus said in the Gospel
He was doing the glory of His Father
What have we accomplished if we
rule the whole world and
suffer the loss of our soul
Jesus has conquered sin and conquered
Those who persevere and follow Jesus
will have eternal life
Jesus says: "Take up your cross and follow Me"
A person under authority and causing
trouble, disobeying wants to
raise up over those over them
They can be pressed on by the
devil to oppose the will of God in
The devil wants division with those
so he presses in so the person under
authority can get the attitude "I am right"
the person over me is "wrong"
That is what Adam and Eve did they
disobeyed God over them.
The devil presses in an
"I'm right" attitude against authority they
try to decide the person over me in authority is wrong
It is God's will we obey authority
Like Adam and Eve obeying God
But satan wants those under authority to
have this attitude "I am right"
"Those over me are wrong"
So they are divided with God's will
They are miserable
They can further go to others to prove they are
right over authority
If they are opposing just authority
they are disobedient and in desolation
This trick of satan is as old as Adam and Eve
Those building the tower of Babel
wanted in today's first reading
to be equal to God
When a person is in desolation the devil
lies to them
like a person violating a marriage contract
the devil tells the person that it's okay
to cheat on their spouse
The devil says in this case it is okay
"You are right"
Like Adam and Eve they have gone against
listened to satan
put themselves in an "I'm right and
authority is wrong attitude"
Which is as old as Adam and Eve
Then the devil is their counsel
Telling them to oppose just authority
Creating division and disobedience to
This is the first fall of man, in the Bible, in the garden
It is how Adam and Eve sinned
When you choose to be divided against God's will
then you are working against God's will
then you are really miserable
Working against God's will
hurts the body of Christ
When we make the 'examine' as Fr. Carter did
every day twice
We detect how we are opposing
God's will and we can make an act of
contrition rather than becoming
an instrument of satan
trying to prove we are right
when we are trying to oppose
just authority over us
have taken these vows over the centuries
of poverty, chastity and obedience
R. Fr. Carter made his 'examine' twice a day
In the 'examine' you see you are to be
grateful for your blessings
thank God for His gifts
then see if you are doing God' will
are you offending God by not doing
God's will seeking power over
authority justifying yourself as
trying to weaken authority by talking
against them to others
show others under you
you should be in charge
authority is wrong
This is an added offense to the body of
You harm the body of Christ when
you try to take out a religious
institution, a family, a community
to prove you are right for your
When this is the actions of a person
being right becomes the god to them
at all costs
Adam and Eve were sorry and they were
so are we because of their
We all have a wounded human nature
Disobeying just authority is
Romans 8: 5-9
Those who are living by their natural inclinations have their minds on the things human nature desires; those who live in the Spirit have their minds on spiritual things. And human nature has nothing to look forward to but death, while the Spirit looks forward to life and peace, because the outlook of disordered human nature is opposed to God, since it does not submit to God's Law, and indeed it cannot, and those who live by their natural inclinations can never be pleasing to God. You, however, live not by your natural inclinations, but by the Spirit, since the Spirit of God has made a home in you. Indeed, anyone who does not have the Spirit of Christ does not belong to him.
R. Fr. Carter obeyed his superiors
one who takes a vow of obedience
like Fr. Carter did are to live by that
Fr. Carter wanted obedience to his superiors
even if he wanted something else
he never wanted to not do God's will
or lead others off
He obeyed His superiors
It was his will to do God's will
Fr. Carter never ever wanted to retaliate against
It was his life to obey those over him
This is like Jesus
who obeyed His Father to His death
on the cross
Jesus obeyed His Father
There is perfect obedience to God's will
Excerpt of The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius, by Louis J. Puhl, S.J. pp. 141-150
313. RULES FOR DISCERNMENT OF SPIRITS
Rules for understanding to some extent the different movements produced in the soul and for recognizing those that are good to admit them, and those that are bad, to reject them. These rules are more suited to the first week
314. I. In the case of those who go from one mortal sin to another, the enemy is ordinarily accustomed to propose apparent pleasures. He fills their imagination with sensual delights and gratifications, the more readily to keep them in their vices and increase the number of their sins.
With such persons the good spirit uses a method which is the reverse of the above. Making use of the light of reason, he will rouse the sting of conscience and fill them with remorse.
315. 2. In the case of those who go on earnestly striving to cleanse their souls from sin and who seek to rise in the service of God our Lord to greater perfection, the method pursued is the opposite of that mentioned in the first rule.
Then it is characteristic of the evil spirit to harass with anxiety, to afflict with sadness, to raise obstacles backed by fallacious reasonings that disturb the soul. Thus he seeks to prevent the soul from advancing.
It is characteristic of the good spirit, however, to give courage and strength, consolations, tears, inspirations, and peace. This He does by making all easy, by removing all obstacles so that the soul goes forward in doing good.
316. 3. SPIRITUAL CONSOLATION. I call it consolation when an interior movement is aroused in the soul, by which it is inflamed with love of its Creator and Lord, and as a consequence, can love no creature on the face of the earth for its own sake, but only in the Creator of them all. It is likewise consolation when one sheds tears that move to the love of God, whether it be because of sorrow for sins, or because of the sufferings of Christ our Lord, or for any other reason that is immediately directed to the praise and service of God. Finally, I call consolation every increase of faith, hope, and love, and all interior joy that invites and attracts to what is heavenly and to the salvation of one's soul by filling it with peace and quiet in its Creator and Lord.
317. 4. SPIRITUAL DESOLATION. I call desolation what is entirely the opposite of what is described in the third rule, as darkness of soul, turmoil of spirit, inclination to what is low and earthly, restlessness rising from many disturbances and temptations which lead to want of faith, want of hope, want of love. The soul is wholly slothful, tepid, sad, and separated, as it were, from its Creator and Lord. For just as consolation is the opposite of desolation, so the thoughts that spring from consolation are the opposite of those that spring from desolation.
318. 5. In time of desolation we should never make any change, but remain firm and constant in the resolution and decision which guided us the day before the desolation, or in the decision to which we adhered in the preceding consolation. For just as in consolation the good spirit guides and counsels us, so in desolation the evil spirit guides and counsels. Following his counsels we can never find the way to a right decision.
319. 6. Though in desolation we must never change our former resolutions, it will be very advantageous to intensify our activity against the desolation. We can insist more upon prayer, upon meditation, and on much examination of ourselves. We can make an effort in a suitable way to do some penance.
320. 7. When one is in desolation, he should be mindful that God has left him to his natural powers to resist the different agitations and temptations of the enemy in order to try him. He can resist with the help of God, which always remains, though he may not clearly perceive it. For though God has taken from him the abundance of fervor and overflowing love and the intensity of His favors, nevertheless, he has sufficient grace for eternal salvation.
321. 8. When one is in desolation, he should strive to persevere in patience. This reacts against the vexations that have overtaken him. Let him consider, too, that consolation will soon return, and in the meantime, he must diligently use the means against desolation which have been given in the sixth rule.
322. 9. The principal reasons why we suffer from desolation are three:
The first is because we have been tepid and slothful or negligent in our exercises of piety, and so through our own fault spiritual consolation has been taken away from us.
The second reason is because God wishes to try us, to see how much we are worth, and how much we will advance in His service and praise when left without the generous reward of consolations and signal favors.
The third reason is because God wishes to give us a true knowledge and understanding of ourselves, so that we may have an intimate perception of the fact that it is not within our power to acquire and attain great devotion, intense love, tears, or any other spiritual consolation; but that all this is the gift and grace of God our Lord. God does not wish us to build on the property of another, to rise up in spirit in a certain pride and vainglory and attribute to ourselves the devotion and other effects of spiritual consolation.
323. 10. When one enjoys consolation, let him consider how he will conduct himself during the time of ensuing desolation, and store up a supply of strength as defense against that day.
324. 11. He who enjoys consolation should take care to humble himself and lower himself as much as possible. Let him recall how little he is able to do in time of desolation, when he is left without such grace or consolation.
On the other hand, one who suffers desolation should remember that by making use of the sufficient grace offered him, he can do much to withstand all his enemies. Let him find his strength in his Creator and Lord.
325. 12. The enemy conducts himself as a woman. He is a weakling before a show of strength, and a tyrant if he has his will. It is characteristic of a woman in a quarrel with a man to lose courage and take to flight if the man shows that he is determined and fearless. However, if the man loses courage and begins to flee, the anger, vindictiveness, and rage of the woman surge up and know no bounds. In the same way, the enemy becomes weak, loses courage, and turns to flight with his seductions as soon as one leading a spiritual life faces his temptations boldly, and does exactly the opposite of what he suggests. However, if one begins to be afraid and to lose courage in temptations, no wild animal on earth can be more fierce than the enemy of our human nature. He will carry out his perverse intentions with consummate malice.
326. 13. Our enemy may also be compared in his manner of acting to a false lover. He seeks to remain hidden and does not want to be discovered. If such a lover speaks with evil intention to the daughter of a good father, or to the wife of a good husband, and seeks to seduce them, he wants his words and solicitations kept secret. He is greatly displeased if his evil suggestions and depraved intentions are revealed by the daughter to her father, or by the wife to her husband. Then he readily sees he will not succeed in what he has begun. In the same way, when the enemy of our human nature tempts a just soul with his wiles and seductions, he earnestly desires that they be received secretly and kept secret. But if one manifests them to a confessor, or to some other spiritual person who understands his deceits and malicious designs, the evil one is very much vexed. For he knows that he cannot succeed in his evil undertaking, once his evident deceits have been revealed.
327. 14. The conduct of our enemy may also be compared to the tactics of a leader intent upon seizing and plundering a position he desires. A commander and leader of an army will encamp, explore the fortifications and defenses of the stronghold, and attack at the weakest point. In the same way, the enemy of our human nature investigates from every side all our virtues, theological, cardinal, and moral. Where he finds the defenses of eternal salvation weakest and most deficient, there he attacks and tries to take us by storm.
328. RULES FOR DISCERNMENT OF SPIRITS
Further rules for understanding the different movements produced in the soul. They serve for a more accurate discernment of spirits and are more suitable for the second week
329. I. It is characteristic of God and His Angels, when they act upon the soul, to give true happiness and spiritual joy, and to banish all the sadness and disturbances which are caused by the enemy.
It is characteristic of the evil one to fight against such happiness and consolation by proposing fallacious reasonings, subtilties, and continual deceptions.
330. 2. God alone can give consolation to the soul without any previous cause. It belongs solely to the Creator to come into a soul, to leave it, to act upon it, to draw it wholly to the love of His Divine Majesty. I said without previous cause, that is, without any preceding perception or knowledge of any subject by which a soul might be led to such a consolation through its own acts of intellect and will.
331. 3. If a cause precedes, both the good angel and the evil spirit can give consolation to a soul, but for a quite different purpose. The good angel consoles for the progress of the soul, that it may advance and rise to what is more perfect. The evil spirit consoles for purposes that are the contrary, and that afterwards he might draw the soul to his own perverse intentions and wickedness.
332. 4. It is a mark of the evil spirit to assume the appearance of an angel of light. He begins by suggesting thoughts that are suited to a devout soul, and ends by suggesting his own. For example, he will suggest holy and pious thoughts that are wholly in conformity with the sanctity of the soul. Afterwards, he will endeavor little by little to end by drawing the soul into his hidden snares and evil designs.
333. 5. We must carefully observe the whole course of our thoughts. If the beginning and middle and end of the course of thoughts are wholly good and directed to what is entirely right, it is a sign that they are from the good angel. But the course of thoughts suggested to us may terminate in something evil, or distracting, or less good than the soul had formerly proposed to do. Again, it may end in what weakens the soul, or disquiets it; or by destroying the peace, tranquility, and quiet which it had before, it may cause disturbance to the soul. These things are a clear sign that the thoughts are proceeding from the evil spirit, the enemy of our progress and eternal salvation.
334. 6. When the enemy of our human nature has been detected and recognized by the trail of evil marking his course and by the wicked end to which he leads us, it will be profitable for one who has been tempted to review immediately the whole course of the temptation. Let him consider the series of good thoughts, how they arose, how the evil one gradually attempted to make him step down from the state of spiritual delight and joy in which he was, till finally he drew him to his wicked designs. The purpose of this review is that once such an experience has been understood and carefully observed, we may guard ourselves for the future against the customary deceits of the enemy.
335. 7. In souls that are progressing to greater perfection, the action of the good angel is delicate, gentle, delightful. It may be compared to a drop of water penetrating a sponge.
The action of the evil spirit upon such souls is violent, noisy, and disturbing. It may be compared to a drop of water falling upon a stone.
In souls that are going from bad to worse, the action of the spirits mentioned above is just the reverse. The reason for this is to be sought in the opposition or similarity of these souls to the different kinds of spirits. When the disposition is contrary to that of the spirits, they enter with noise and commotion that are easily perceived. When the disposition is similar to that of the spirits, they enter silently, as one coming into his own house when the doors are open.
336. 8. When consolation is without previous cause, as was said, there can be no deception in it, since it can proceed from God our Lord only. But a spiritual person who has received such a consolation must consider it very attentively, and must cautiously distinguish the actual time of the consolation from the period which follows it. At such a time the soul is still fervent and favored with the grace and aftereffects of the consolation which has passed. In this second period the soul frequently forms various resolutions and plans which are not granted directly by God our Lord. They may come from our own reasoning on the relations of our concepts and on the consequences of our judgments, or they may come from the good or evil spirit. Hence, they must be carefully examined before they are given full approval and put into execution.
end of excerpt
From The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,
by Louis J. Puhl, S.J. p.11
21. SPIRITUAL EXERCISES
Which have as their purpose the conquest of self
and the regulation of one's life in such a way that
no decision is made under the influence of any
From The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,
by Louis J. Puhl, S.J. p. 12
23. FIRST PRINCIPLE AND FOUNDATION
Man is created to praise, reverence and serve God
our Lord, and by this means to save his soul.
R. The Holy Spirit leaves us in peace, love and joy
The Evil spirit leaves us sad, tired, angry, unloving
Prayer of St Ignatius
Soul of Christ, sanctify me
Body of Christ, save me
Blood of Christ, inebriate me
Water from the side of Christ wash me
Passion of Christ, strengthen me
O good Jesus, hear me
Within Thy wounds hide me
Permit me not to be separated from Thee
From the wicked foe defend me
at the hour of my death call me
and bid me come to Thee
That with Thy saints I may praise Thee
For ever and ever. Amen.
Prayer from St. Ignatius
Lord, teach me to be generous.
Teach me to serve you as you deserve;
To give and not to count the cost;
To fight and not to heed the wounds;
To toil and not to seek for rest;
To labor and not to ask for any reward,
Save that of knowing
that I am doing your will.
R. Jesus returned from the
temptations full of the
Jesus returns to His hometown
but He is rejected
He has problems
Jesus performs miracles
Pray for grace to know Jesus
to love Him more
to imitate Jesus more
Examination of Conscience
look at the blessings
Give God thanks
See where God is acting in you today
Are you doing God's will? Or
See where you are failing to do God will today
Make an act of contrition
blocking God's will in others
how you have offended God and
How you have done damage
to His body the Body of
Do the examination of conscience
twice a day
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