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Henri Cartier-Bresson, Naples, 1960

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Henri Cartier-Bresson, Naples, 1960

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magictransistor:

Arthur Rackham, Faerie Folk (Frontispiece), Duffield & Company, 1914.

magictransistor:

Arthur Rackham, Faerie Folk (Frontispiece), Duffield & Company, 1914.

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asp-photos: diana jean, in her room
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asp-photos: diana jean, in her room

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#venturefarandlow (at Saudade | The Watermark High)

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#venturefarandlow (at Saudade | The Watermark High)

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Günter Rössler

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Günter Rössler

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Loch Cluanie, Scotland  | by © Charlie Reynolds | via hellanne

Loch Cluanie, Scotland  | by © Charlie Reynolds | via hellanne

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“And Jesus says something else here – doesn’t He? – that sounds a little strange: ‘He who does not gather with me scatters.’ He uses the word ‘to gather.’ To have a gathering heart, a heart in which we know what happens, and here and there you can perform a practice as old as the Church, but good: the examination of conscience. Who of us, at night, at the end of the day, remains by himself, by herself, and asks the question: what happened today in my heart? What happened? What things have passed through my heart? If we don’t do this, we have truly failed to know how to watch and guard [our hearts] well.”

The examination of conscience “is a grace, because to guard our heart is to guard the Holy Spirit, Who is within us”:

“…to guard, to watch, so that the demons don’t enter in, we must be able to gather ourselves, that is, to stand in silence before ourselves and before God, and at the end of the day ask ourselves: ‘What happened today in my heart? Did anyone I don’t know enter? Is the key in its place?’ And this will help us to defend ourselves from so much wickedness, even from that which we could do if these demons, who are very clever and at the end would cheat all of us, even if they enter.” 

From Pope Francis’ message during the monthly homily Friday at Santa Marta. Read the full script here.

 




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