Change of Orientation

EdithThe soul whom God has touched interiorly can no longer find rest in anything that is not God.
Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross

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2 thoughts on “Change of Orientation

  1. And that rest is different…reminds me of Catherine of Genoa’s conversations about the faculties where the point was that nothing will satisfy a fundamental desire for the infinite except for God.

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      This makes me think of something else, too. Catherine of Genoa was also fond of pointing out that the end result of uniting us to God is that there is nothing “passable” left, i.e., nothing that is moved in us by the passions without reference to God. What a completely different kind of rest we are opened up to, indeed.

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