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The Abiding Presence of the Holy Ghost in the Soul

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Author: Bede Jarrett
Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 26,934 / 81 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 71.7
LoC Category: BR
Downloads: 14,135
Added to site: 2011.01.05 30068
Genre: Religion

In English-speaking countries the Church has been at a disadvantage in the way in which she has had to expound her doctrine, for she has been forced for many years to limit her attention just to those parts of her teaching wherein the Protestant bodies parted company from her. Without any desire to stir up barren controversy, she has naturally in self-defence been at pains most precisely to define those portions of her gospel most likely to be misunderstood. This has resulted, unfortunately, in her leaving in the background the other mysteries of faith, often richer in themselves, more helpful to her children. Now, however, that she is becoming more able to realize herself to the modern world, an opportunity opens for explaining hidden doctrines, of which the value to the Catholic in the development of his inner life is considerable.

It is to further this development that these meditations have been drawn up, since hardly anything can render us more sensible of our worth and Christian dignity than does the teaching of Our Lord on the indwelling of the Spirit of God. Cardinal Manning has indeed made this the subject of two volumes, The Internal Working of the Holy Ghost and The Temporal Mission of the Holy Ghost, which are still obtainable, and there are also such books as

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Average Rating of 3.5 from 2 reviews: ****

This book gives good insight in how a religion can indoctrinate people.

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