6/30 Commemoration of St. Paul (Traditional)

St. Paul

St. Paul wrote in his canticle of love (1 Cor. 13): “…and if I have all faith, so as to remove mountains, but have not love, I am nothing.”  St. Paul was perhaps the most powerfully dynamic of all priests.

Volume 8; December 16, 1908
Our Lord:  “…And then, I have not thrown you (Luisa)  to the ground; rather, I keep you more than ever clasped in My Arms.  Even more, I tell you (Luisa) that if to Paul I gave My efficacious Grace at the beginning of his conversion, to you I give it almost continually – and this is the sign of it:  that you continue in your interior everything that you used to do when I was with you almost continually – doing what now you seem to do by yourself. Your feeling all immersed in Me and bound to Me, always thinking of Me even though you do not see Me – this is not your own thing, nor an ordinary Grace, but Special and Efficacious Grace. And if I give you much, it is a sign that I Love you much, and I want to be loved much by you.”