Discernment of Spirits by Fr. Timothy Gallagher
The Tenth Rule: Spiritual Consolation & the Time to Prepare
Episode 12 • 24m
Fr. Timothy Gallagher discusses the Tenth Rule:
"Let him who is in consolation think how he will be in the desolation which will come after, taking new strength for then."
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