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Thursday, June 13, 2024

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Thursday, June 13, 2024

"So the religious soul finds in the heart of Jesus a secure refuge against the wiles and attacks of Satan, and a delightful retreat. But we must not rest merely at the entrance to the hole in the rock, we must penetrate its depths."

-St. Anthony of Padua


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*Image Courtesy of, Taddeo Crivelli (Italian, died about 1479, active about 1451 - 1479)

The Franciscan friar Saint Anthony of Padua kneels in prayer while a mule bows down before a basket in front of him. Although the mule had been fasting for three days, the animal ignores the wheat in the basket and kneels respectfully before the consecrated Eucharist placed on top of the wheat. According to legend, this miracle took place in Toulouse.

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