Preface by Rene Larochelle, priest
|2 March 2012||Posted by divinevolonte under Father René Larochelle|
For two thousand years, the Church has received a wealth of Divine Wisdom through its great prophets and teachers of the faith. Luisa fits into this line of saints who have experienced an exceptional union with Jesus and the Trinity.
It gives the Church new lights for a better life in the Will of God and to better live the gospel. Indeed, do the Will of God has always been the repeated call of the prophets, the Apostles and all the Saints so far.
This training manual to the inner life and a deeper prayer life brought to the knowledge of God's desires. It is an extraordinary instrument for those who want to take the path of holiness.
This manual provides a framework for a life of prayer and work on yourself to fight against sin in us and uproot vices that paralyze us. It gives signals discernment to remain at the heart of the Gospel and a form of prayer that can lead to the summit of the spiritual life, the transforming union.
Pedagogy used in this book is very attractive and leads in the round of praise, wonder, of prayers intercession and supplication for us and the world. The simplicity of this education opens the door to deeper spiritual experience to people who have not had the chance to be educated in the God Life.
Its presentation Cross, the suffering of Jesus as a place of salvation and purification as meaning to our own suffering and mortification, is very soothing. Meditation on the Passion is at the heart of this spirituality so rich and well integrated into the experience of All Saints.
It will not be put off by the insistent repetition of the words "Divine Will" or "Fiat". Car, behind this repetition, there is a pedagogy which must penetrate some way into the heart of God, in his desires on us. With this knowledge of God's plans, we enter the surges of love we shall.
I thank God that this treasure on the inner life can reach the largest number of people, because it is a tool to spread the happiness promised by Jesus.
Rene Larochelle, priest of the diocese of Quebec