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Thought of Saint Augustine
O God, ever the same, may I know myself, may I know you.
(Soliloquia II, 1, 1)
There is an origin and source of virtue. There is a root of wisdom. And, there is, so to speak, a region of changeless truth. If the soul leaves this region, it lives in darkness but, when it approaches this region, it is enlightened.
(En. in ps. 58, S 1, 18)
In the material world, a foot is one thing, a ladder is another and wings still another. In the interior world, however, feet, ladders, and wings are the affections of a good will, with them, we walk, we climb, and we fly.
(En. in ps. 38, 2)
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This section of the Order's webpage might be likened to the storehouse of a certain wise and generous master, "who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old” for the benefit of others. In the files which are included in this folder you will find a collection of material on many different topics, both recent and not, but which we hope, in any case, will be of interest and of value.

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