By Mother St. Paul. Impr. 1918.
To “contemplate” in the Ignatian sense is to make yourself present at some scene of our Savior’s life and behold it all as if it were re-enacted before your eyes. It is the process called in modern philosophy “visualization.” These Meditations are composed on the Ignatian plan of visualizing what Our Lord did, said, and suffered. Blessed are they who hear the word of God and keep it. (Luke xi, 28); those who do so with the aid of this book are likely, with Mary, to keep all these words in their heart (Luke ii, 51).
135 page book.