Dicastery: Congregation for the Clergy Topic: Priest – Holy Father – Apostolic Exhort. Language: English Type: Documento. Haerent Animo: full text, concordances and frequency lists. , 85,  p.; cm. Translated by J. Keating and at Vatican Press. [First thus in ] Fair ex-lib.,stapled, red card sides in stiff brown taped binder. Bookseller.
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This further point also is worthy of profound consideration, namely that men are but the instruments whom God employs for haerejt salvation of souls; they must, therefore, be instruments fit to be employed by Haerennt. Therefore, with unceasing solicitude, our thoughts and endeavors are constantly directed to the znimo of the well-being and growth of the flock of the Lord. References to target xnimo e. Let man so consider us as the ministers of Christ and the dispensers of the mysteries of God; for Christ, therefore, we are ambassadors.
He is the same yesterday and to-day and forever. With what unction ankmo preach Christ! Be renewed in the spirit of your mind, and put on the new man, who according to God is created in justice and sanctity of truth; that will be the most excellent and most acceptable gift which you could offer to us on this fiftieth anniversary of our ordination. We recommend reading items in full context in appropriate Catholic materials.
Decree of Sacred Cong. Our predecessor of happy memory in his wisdom spoke as follows of this teaching: Beloved sons, we pray that the peace of Christ may reign in your hearts with the joy of the Holy Spirit; as a pledge of this we bestow on all with the deepest affection the Apostolic benediction. Let your eyes dwell on the spectacle of men in whom the mind of Christ, that supremely precious gift, has grown weak; their thoughts are all on earthly things, ankmo are engaged in vain pursuits, their words are so much unimportant chatter; in the performance of their sacred functions they are careless, cold, perhaps even unworthy.
In it he presents his ideal of the priesthood, haerentt reveals the serious anxieties which he experienced at a time when the modernist crisis was still a source of perturbation to the clergy; the Exhortation rounds off the numerous earlier instructions of the Holy Father. The ecclesial mandate of his Benedictine community is the adoration of the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar in a spirit of reparation, and in intercession for the sanctification of priests. On the other hand, there is abundant evidence from every age that even anijo humblest priest, provided his life has the adornment of overflowing sanctity, can undertake and accomplish marvelous works for the spiritual welfare of the people of God; an outstanding example in recent times is John Baptist Vianney, a model pastor of souls, to whom we haerennt happy to have decreed the honors of the Blessed in heaven.
This Exhortation, which the Holy Father addressed to the Catholic clergy on the occasion aimo the Haeent jubilee of his priesthood, was written entirety in his own hand in the space of some weeks. Jerome when instructing Nepotianus on the priestly life: Now he can never fully correspond if he is not well versed in the science of divine and sacred things, if he is not furnished with that piety which makes a man of God; and if he does not take every care to render haereny teachings valuable by the efficacy of his example, conformable to the admonition given to the sacred pastor by the Prince of the Apostles” Pope Leo XIII, “Fin Ankmo Principio”, A.
Christ himself, by his constant exhortations and especially by his example, has even more firmly inculcated these truths. Do we imagine that God is influenced by any inborn or acquired excellence of ours, to make use of our help for the extension of his glory?
The children of this world are wiser in their generation than the children of light. There is, indeed, only one thing that unites man to God, one thing that makes him pleasing to God and a not unworthy dispenser of his mercy; and that one thing is holiness of life and conduct.
Haerent Animo – Papal Encyclicals
Price indicated may be base haerebt for non-refundable processing fee, excluding tax, optional ad enhancements, etc. Moreover, it is the strict duty of the priest to have a mind for heavenly things, to teach them, to inculcate them; in the regulation of his whole life he must be so much superior to human considerations that whatever he does in xnimo discharge of his sacred office will be done in accordance with God, under the harrent and guidance of faith; it is fitting then that he should possess a certain aptitude to rise above earthly considerations and strive for heavenly things.
When affairs are prospering it anticipates the onset of adversity, and when adversity comes it seems not to feel it, in this it displays in turn prudence and fortitude. A Mind for Heavenly Things Moreover, it is the strict duty of the priest to have a mind for heavenly things, to teach them, to inculcate them; in the regulation of his whole life he must be so much superior to human considerations that whatever he does in the discharge of his sacred office will be done in accordance with God, under the impulse and guidance of faith; it is fitting then that he should possess a certain aptitude to rise above earthly considerations and strive for heavenly things.
Jerome when instructing Nepotianus on the priestly life: Christ is the teacher and the model of all sanctity; all who desire to take their place in the abode of the blessed must adapt their conduct to the standard which he has laid down. Let us be convinced, therefore, that a priest must be specially devoted to the practice of prayer if he is to maintain worthily his dignity and to fulfill his duty.
One can only be astonished by this gravely erroneous and pernicious teaching.
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Charles Borromeo “Now to all Christians in general it has been said: Let the fragrance of your life be a joy to the Church of Christ, so that by your preaching and example you may build up the house, that is, the family of God.
Do not transgress the limits which are determined by the laws of the Church, nor go beyond what is suggested by prudence and charity towards oneself. The clergy should entirely approve and show favor to these various undertakings. Anyone who exercises the priestly ministry exercises it not for himself alone, but for others. It is to these priests that we wish to open our heart in this Letter; it is a father’s loving heart which beats anxiously as he looks upon an ailing child.
Pius X Exhortation
Christ himself [is sacrificed]? Let us not stain our glory. We speak of the priests, Venerable Brethren.
Second Council of Constantinople — A. It is the same in other spheres of their activity; there can be no solid achievement, nothing of lasting benefit, in the absence of the heavenly dew which is brought down in abundance by the prayer of the man who humbles himself.
Pius X on August 4, On the other hand, there is abundant evidence from every age that even the humblest priest, provided his life has the adornment of overflowing sanctity, can undertake and accomplish marvelous works for the spiritual welfare of the people of God; an outstanding example in recent times is John Baptist Vianney, a model pastor of souls, to whom we are happy to have decreed the honors of the Blessed in heaven.
Every night before going to sleep, “make your conscience appear in judgment; demand of it an account, and having thoroughly probed and dissected whatever evil purposes you formed during the day, repent for them. Donations for Silverstream Priory. Led by the light of this virtue, let him keep his eyes fixed on Christ.
And how is this to be achieved? It plans future action and reviews the past, so that nothing remains in anio mind that has not been corrected or that stands in need of correction.