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Feb 07 – Homily – Fr Elias: Obedient St. Colette

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Homily #130207b ( 10min) Play – Fr. Elias on the life of St. Colette of Corbie who was first called to be an anchoress and then to go out and start a reform of the Poor Clares by emphasizing the importance of religious obedience, that if we obey God He will obey us in our prayers. This means we should be faithful to our vocation whatever our state of life.
Ave Maria!
Mass: St. Colette of Corbie – Opt Mem – Form: OF
Readings: Thursday 4th Week of Ordinary Time
1st: heb 12:18-19, 21-24
Resp: psa 48:2-3, 3-4, 9, 10-11
Gsp: mar 6:7-13

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3 Responses to “Feb 07 – Homily – Fr Elias: Obedient St. Colette”

  1. Alex Benedictus Says:

    I know that I tend to go astray a little bit of the point, but, this has something to do with this matter. I would like to share Dom Orione’s thinking about the anti-christian behavior of women:

    “In the day when woman, delivered (freed) from all we call their slavery and becoming a mother according to their pleasure, wife without a husband, without any duty to anyone that day the society will collapse into anarchy astonishingly, more than collapsed by Bolshevism in Russia. ”

    “O dia em que a mulher, libertada de tudo aquilo que chamamos a sua escravidão, se tornar mãe segundo seu prazer, esposa sem marido, sem nenhum dever para quem quer que seja, nesse dia a sociedade desmoronará espantosamente para a anarquia, mais do que desmoronou na Rússia pelo bolchevismo.”



  2. Alex Benedictus Says:

    Dear Friars, if you deem appropriate I can rewrite my comments, deleting the name of that Feminist group. I was thinking and perhaps its mention could be ocasion of sin for other people.

  3. Alex Benedictus Says:

    My first comment rewritten.

    Father, what so a beautiful and touching homily! I love it!

    In the beginning of the homily, you told a litte bit of St. Collete’s life and said she became a anchoress, because she was very beautiful and didn’t want to be cause of sin for herself or for other. So I started thinking about women’s atitude today.

    For exemple, the Feminists say promoting women rights through obscene acts as well wearing obscenes costumes/clothing. That a big incoherence because actually they are promoting the degradation of women. And also promoting depravation in the society.

    Unfortunately the most of women today has a feminist mentality. And that has become a very destructive power against society.

    Some time ago, read a prophey of Dom Orione (St. Luis Alberione), a founder priest, that he said that feminism would become more destructive to society than communism!

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