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Roadtrip-Adventure-Ohio-West-Virginia-Bob Davis Podcast 879

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West Virginia Stand Out I promised a podcast for Ohio and West Virginia. West Virginia though, is most noteworthy. Find out why in Roadtrip-Adventure-Ohio-West-Virginia-Bob Davis Podcast 879. Hard To Remember Where I was! I’m on a mega road trip for Thanksgiving week. Heading across the central United States from Minneapolis and Saint Paul all the […] Read more

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Gold Line Joint Powers Board Meeting

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Event date: December 12, 2019
Event Time: 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM
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240 E. Kellogg Blvd.
Saint Paul, MN 55101
          

Les Ensablés – "Miroir du temps" d'André Suarès (1868-1948)

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Où il n’y a ni forme, ni ordre, il n’y a rien. (André Suarès)
 
Paru aux éditions Bartillat, Miroir du temps est un recueil d’articles d’André Suarès - certains inédits - de préfaces, de fragments de correspondance, voire de documents plus intimes encore, comme le testament de l’écrivain : peu de livres permettront de saisir aussi complètement un auteur qui sort lentement d’un oubli et dont les plus connaisseurs parmi les lecteurs ne pouvaient citer que le Voyage du Condottiere.
Ce recueil de textes parvient à restituer, en marquant la chronologie, les thèmes qui habitent son oeuvre. Des thèmes dont l’actualité permet de rendre cet auteur à son temps tout en le ramenant au nôtre. André Suarès écrivit toute sa vie le manifeste d’un art nouveau, qu’il souhaitait tout à la fois classique et régénérateur ; à l’imitation aussi de ce Speculum majus, ce Miroir dans lequel Vincent de Beauvais mit toutes les certitudes du Moyen-Age et qui voulut, selon Louis Gillet, « lier en système tout l’héritage des connaissances venues de l’Antiquité, le legs intellectuel de la Grèce, avec les vérités de la Révélation ».              
Après avoir lu avec attention l’érudite préface de M.Barsacq, les amateurs feront de Miroir du temps l’avant-propos nécessaire aux œuvres de ce grand écrivain : toute la diversité, toutes les contradictions de l’écrivain, et l’essence de son style, sont là.
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Une inépuisable curiosité
Dans son choix de textes, cet ouvrage n’écarte ni la question des origines, ni celle de cet éclectisme, par lequel l’écrivain tenta de faire vivre ensemble son aspiration à un art moderne et sa foi inébranlable dans l’art ancien ; ni cette formidable curiosité dont le sommaire de cet ouvrage nous donne le vertigineux résumé : Pétrone et Suétone ; Ronsard et Bossuet ; Charles Péguy, Bourdelle ; saint Paul et saint Augustin ; mais aussi la Peinture, la Danse et la Musique, Céline, Dostoïevski et d’Annunzio.

Il serait facile de mettre en avant, à travers son inépuisable curiosité, l’universalité de Suarès : ce mot flatte l’homme paresseux du XXIème siècle et il sonne pour lui comme la délectable promesse de réconcilier sans effort le tout et ses parties, de jeter des ponts prodigieux entre des productions que rien en réalité n’apparente, de marier le trivial et le sublime, de toujours en somme éviter le conflit et de jouer en somme la hiérarchie des œuvres au bonneteau de la mode.

Dans ce qui nous paraît une dispersion, André Suarès voulut au contraire voir un effort noble, paradoxal, et nécessaire : il reconnut d’ailleurs chez Léonard de Vinci cette ambition : Léonard est la preuve que l’artiste ne peut pas se répandre en tous sens, s’il veut s’accomplir dans une œuvre, mais il n’y a pas de générosité plus grande que de courir un tel risque. André Suarès a voulu courir ce risque, et cet ouvrage nous fait sentir l’organisation et le programme d’une œuvre dont il est difficile souvent de saisir le fil.

La tentation classique
Comme nous l’indique la citation de René Girard qui ouvre la préface de ce livre, c’est au « grand art classique » que Suarès aspirait. Et qu’il comptât pour y entrer sur la Fureur, comme le dit René Girard, ne doit pas totalement nous surprendre. Cet homme du Livre se sentait de force à donner à son pays, à son siècle, des institutions et peut-être même une religion ! Sa prose prend parfois des accents prophétiques, avec une forte tendance aux questions sociales, et un penchant pour l’utopie qui rendait impraticables les routes politiques qu’un sens moral élevé ouvrait devant lui. Il conciliait, avec le naturel du fanatique, le pessimisme hautain du présent et une confiance théologique dans l’avenir. Et, cela dût-il nous surprendre, c’est une attitude parfaitement classique : Racine, Bossuet aspirèrent toujours à donner une forme religieuse à l’art classique, qui n’y est pas entièrement contenu mais qui le marque fortement, et qui lui donne un accent parfaitement reconnaissable.

La disparition de Suarès de l’horizon littéraire, peut-on l’interpréter comme le rejet de la greffe de l’esprit classique sur celui du XXème siècle ? Car sa tentative fut de faire rentrer l’esprit classique dans ce siècle (1). On se trouverait bien mal, après M. Fumaroli, après Georges Steiner et tant d’autres esprits brillants, de vouloir définir l’art classique, ses canons et la hiérarchie de ses œuvres, et notamment ce que le classicisme emprunta aux différents climats : il fut en France, national, monarchiste, rénovateur chez Charles Perrault mais conservateur chez Boileau. En Italie en revanche ce classicisme fut antiquisant, historicisant, d’esprit républicain et marqué par une forte sensibilité aux arts plastiques. Suarès emprunte beaucoup à ce classicisme italien, qui transformait peu l’idéal humaniste des XVème et XVIème siècle qui forma le royaume de l’Homme renaissant (2).

Il était, il me semble, convaincu que le goût classique pouvait dominer le siècle à condition qu’il sût en affronter la nouveauté ; pour cela, il fut attentif à ne pas méconnaître les audaces de l’art de son temps. Dans le Voyage de Céline par exemple, il sut voir les caractères barbares et chrétiens, le message de Charité et le grouillement lugubre du cloaque. De même, avec une audace qui aujourd’hui nous échappe peut-être, il soutint Wagner, le rattachant à la vieille recherche classique : La grandeur de Tristan est effrayante. Tristan est conçu comme Phèdre ou Bérénice, un entretien acharné des passions face à face.

Il y eut en effet, au tournant du siècle, une aspiration, un retour extraordinaire du goût classique. Consulté sur le sujet (3) Marcel Proust, si circonvolutif, si subtil, s’exprime catégoriquement : Tout art véritable est un art classique mais dans sa courte réponse, n’explicite rien. Paul Valery, au même moment, en donne une définition élastique, voyant dans le « grand art » l’engagement de toutes les facultés de l’artiste et la mobilisation de toutes les facultés de l’amateur. Peut-être était-il nécessaire que cette aspiration nouvelle au classicisme en passât au préalable par un inventaire sans concession du XIXème siècle.

Le romantisme, cette maladie de jeune homme, avait relégué au magasin d’accessoires le théâtre classique ; la peinture du Grand Siècle pourrissait dans les greniers d’un Versailles abandonné, mais alors que la génération de 1820 naissait romantique, la génération de 1840 commençait à se déprendre de ce goût maniaque du contraste pour le contraste, de l’amoncellement de détails expressifs ou de la complaisance dans l’horrible (4). La littérature française se fragmentait en naturalisme, réalisme, symbolisme ; le romantisme devint une sorte de religion à laquelle on voulait bien croire mais dans laquelle on ne communiait plus guère, toute d’emprunt et de pure apparence. S’il confesse encore une tendresse pour les romantiques tardifs, il est sans pitié pour les Pères fondateurs. Dans Chateaubriand il scrute le chrétien et le monarchiste et ne trouve nulle sincérité dans le premier et peu de convictions dans le second ; enfin, donnant toujours à entendre un largo assai funèbre qui donne les mêmes couleurs aux landes bretonnes, aux forêts des Florides et à la Terre Sainte et qui finit par faire de ses déplorations une lassante ritournelle.
Après cet inventaire, André Suarès proposa une profession de foi du classique, ce que ni Proust, ni Valery ne se risquèrent à formuler : La culture est une autre nature, plus parfaite et plus vraie, qui dans l’homme accompli prend le pas sur la nature brute et sur l’homme imparfait. Pour lui, il existe une loi nécessaire qui nous rapproche des siècles passés. Cette loi rend visible, explique et unifie la succession des temps historiques, et dans ce cadre, le goût, les écoles et les techniques évoluent sans se renier. Cette confiance dans la culture, ce credo du continuum des siècles sont les colonnes du temple classique.
Les Classiques trouvaient à s’appuyer sur la religion de la Faute pour racheter l’infirmité humaine. Suarès ne trouve en lui qu’un fonds de nihilisme et de scepticisme qu’il tient de la génération de 1840, celle qui s’incarne en Anatole France. Ce dernier ne proposait qu’une voie spirituelle bien rétrécie : que l’Homme apprenne seulement à connaître sa triste et nulle condition. A renier l’espérance qui est dans la voie chrétienne, on s’interdit de rejoindre l’inspiration qui fut celle de la voie classique, on s’interdit d’entrer dans le temple.

Le retour à l’antique
C’est pourquoi Pétrone, fixé dans le doute salutaire et la sagesse d’Epicure incarna idéalement la tentation finale d’André Suarès. C’est le seul portrait où paraît une admiration sans conditions : des vingt lignes que Tacite réserve à la mort de Pétrone, il tire toute une philosophie, et construit un moment tragique sur lequel on pourrait modeler toute une vie : Les idées et l’expérience du monde n’ont pas labouré ce front. Elles n’y ont pas laissé la trace de l’effort, ni les marques de la défaite. Sur le front de Pétrone, je ne lis point la hauteur ni la mélancolie de la sérénité. Il a l’éclat de la grande intelligence, pour qui la vie est un plan à bien lire : la tranquille possession de soi, l’ordre dans les souvenirs, la promptitude dans le choix que l’action propose ; la volonté toujours prête. C’est le portrait d’une intelligence supérieure, d’un goût éclairé, faisant de sa sagesse, sans passion, sans mystique, un secret, et de ses mépris un talisman pour tenir l’infirmité du monde à distance.

Cette féerie de la vie heureuse, cette morale aristocratique, que Pétrone emporte avec lui, Suarès la retrouve dans le dessin et le frais coloris des Muses de Véronèse. « Des trois la plus séductrices, l’une, au fond, est assise et pince du théorbe. Près d’elle, la plus belle, debout, chante en lisant le texte dans un livre, qu’elle appuie sur son beau ventre d’ambre. Elle est longue, fine, et ces tendres seins ronds ont le galbe de la coupe et la fermeté souple du fruit. La plus charmante, au premier plan, vêtue de brocart à ramages d’or et de soie changeante plus étroitement que toutes les autres, joue d’une viole couchée sur ses genoux. Elle tourne le dos ; mais sa figure ravissante regarde, en souriant à peine, de profil ; à qui sourit-elle, cette Vénitienne d’Athènes et de Paris ? Elle a les traits les plus délicats et les plus nobles, une ligne exquise de long calice, un port d’anémone et de candide iris. Et sa chair, parce qu’elle est voilée, est celle que l’on désire ».

Tout lui plaît, tout lui est de plain-pied dans le monde antique. Ainsi lorsqu’il trouve aux vieilles légendes de la Rome ou de la Grèce ce tour barbare, cet air de contes pour enfants, atroces et naïfs à la fois, ce fond de magie un peu ridicule, mais inquiétant encore. Là encore, il est dans l’esprit des classiques :  Il faut toujours interpréter l’antique. Euripide et Eschyle le faisait déjà, et face à l’âpreté et parfois à l’obscénité de l’Histoire romaine et de l’Histoire sainte, Racine et Corneille les imitaient. Le point de vue du lycéen André Suarès dont l’Eloge d’Homère emporta le premier prix du Concours général et « saisit d’admiration » Anatole France, ce point de vue ne varia jamais.

Avec quelle délectation savante il retourne à ses préférences (2) ! Laissons-le nous plonger dans la double vie de ce Suétone écrivant les Portraits et menant l’enquête, interrogeant les archives secrètes de l’Empire et les derniers survivants pour retrouver les vérités formidables et atroces du siècle de Tibère et Néron : Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus, calme et sérieux, impénétrable, ayant travaillé avec l’empereur, sort du cabinet, comme tous les soirs, à la même heure. Du même pas, du même air assuré, il se rend à l’office des postes et transmet les ordres attendus. Il confie aux courriers les dépêches qu’il vient de libeller, touchant l’impôt d’une province, les mouvements d’une légion, ou seulement l’achat d’une statue, la recherche de quelque manuscrit rare. Et l’on pense qu’il a fini sa journée. Elle commence au contraire. Il sait entrer dans les lieux interdits. Il est habile à faire parler les vieux eunuques plissés par la rancune, à confesser les vieux esclaves ».

Des grands auteurs, il sut cependant faire un inventaire plein de discernement. Il porte un jugement sans aménité sur l’honnête et suave Marc-Aurèle comme disait Renan, incapable de décider du rôle qu’il lui fallait jouer sur la terre, et ne sachant s’il faut que la pitié commande à l’implacable application de lois ou l’ordre implacable de l’Empire aux conseils de la tolérance. Saint Augustin ? Suarès se confessera chrétien dans son testament - je suis fidèle à toute la beauté chrétienne – mais il n’a pas de mots assez durs pour le Père de l’Eglise. Saint Paul ? Il le met en scène devant l’Aéropage, mais sans beaucoup de tendresse.

Inscriptions
Qu’eût-il souhaité enfin ajouter à l’art ancien, qu’eût-il fallu ajouter au vieux corpus pour que la greffe prît ? Peut-être tient-on la réponse : La liberté est mon essence écrit-il dans une lettre. Ce mot de liberté, spécialement chargé de la transmission de choses vagues, et au sujet duquel Paul Valery se demandait avec ironie, qui de la philosophie ou de la police, avait commencé le débat, Suarès souhaitait que les artistes en fissent constamment le choix. Il y voyait la condition nécessaire pour acclimater l’idéal classique à l’esprit du temps. Que lui manqua-t-il, sinon d’écrire cette œuvre qui pût illustrer et défendre son approche de l’art ancien et qu’il n’écrivit jamais ?

Dans sa préface, Stéphane Barsacq nous propose trois manières délicieuses d’approcher André Suarès et je laisse aux lecteurs le soin de les découvrir. Je me permets d’en ajouter une quatrième, qui est tout uniment d’aborder à cette île-continent de la littérature par Miroir du temps.

Sur la foi de l’intéressante biographie de M.Pariente nous pensions connaître l’épitaphe, très conforme à son image de poète maudit, que l’écrivain voulut voir graver sur sa pierre tombale (5). Il semble que cet écrivain singulier se proposait en réalité différents textes pour entrer dans son au-delà et M.Barsaq nous permet de lire en quelque sorte le projet officiel, celui qui figure dans le testament de l’écrivain. L’inscription qu’il souhaita sur sa « dalle aux Baux » est toute simple : Il ne vécut que pour l’amour et la beauté.

(1) Antoine de Rosny La culture classique d’André Suarès, Garnier, 2019
(2)  [Il] a voulu l’héritage des siècles amoureux et guerriers, les trésors de la passion et de l’art, le royaume de l’Homme renaissant. Gabriel Bounoure, cité par S.Barsacq, Préface.
(3) Enquête sur le classicisme, La Renaissance, 1921
(4) Rolland Chollet, Préface au Colonel Chabert, Rencontres, 1959
(5) Laissez-moi loin de toute route / Si seul que j’ai toujours vécu/ Que le ciel et le vent écoutent / Mon silence de grand vaincu.
 
 
          

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Le grand magasin (Marylène Pion)

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Proposé par tometdine (Saint Paul trois châteaux ). Edition de inconnue. Comme neuf.
          

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Το τρέχον τεύχος του BiblInt / The current issue of BiblInt

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Biblical Interpretation 27:4-5 (2019)
Pasolini’s Paul: Representation, Re-Use, Religion

  • Joseph A. Marchal - Robert Seesengood, "Introducing the Unfinished: Pasolini’s Biblical, Cinematic, and Political Projects," 477–495
  • George Aichele, "Pasolini’s Pauls," 496–506 (abstract)
  • Theodore W. Jennings Jr., "Pasolini’s Specters of Paul," 507–517 (abstract)
  • Jay Twomey, "To An Unknown Apostle: Moments of Pauline Undoing in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Saint Paul," 518–532 (abstract)
  • Laura Copier, "Reanimating Saint Paul: From the Literary to the Cinematographic Stage," 533–548 (abstract)
  • Stefania Benini, "From Blasphemy to Saint Paul: Multistable Subjectivities, Queer Cinema, and Pasolini’s Subversive Hagiographies," 549–567 (abstract)
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MA SEMAINE DE MENUS DU 25 NOVEMBRE AU 01 DÉCEMBRE 2019

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The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour in a city near you – presale code

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The Doobie Brothers – 50th Anniversary Tour in a city near you – presale code

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Pope Saint Clement Knew That No One Could Disobey a True Pope

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Today is the feast of a fully rigid Successor of Saint Peter, Pope Saint Clement I, who taught the doctrine of Papal Primacy in the last decade of the First Century A.D. Pope Saint Clement's commitment to the truths of the Holy Faith, including the immutable truth of Papal Primacy and the full authority of a true pope over all men everywhere on everything that pertains to the sanctification and salvation of their sous as the infallible teacher and guardian of the Holy Faith, stands in vast contrast to that of the conciliar "popes," including Jorge Mario Bergoglio, whose repetoire of insults and invectives is pretty dated at this point.

The readings for Matins in today’s Divine Office speak of the life and the work of our fourth pope, who had been a disciple of both Saint Peter and our third pope, Saint Cletus:

Clement, the son of Faustinus, was a Roman, from the quarter of the Coelian Mount. He was a disciple of the blessed Peter, and is the same concerning whom Paul saith, writing to the Philippians And I entreat thee also, true yokefellow, help those women which laboured with me in the Gospel, with Clement also, and with other my fellow-labourers, whose names are written in the book of life. iv. 3. (He succeeded Cletus as Bishop of Rome.) He it was who divided the seven quarters of the city among seven scribes, one to each, whose duty it was to search out most carefully, and record in writing the sufferings and acts of the Martyrs. He himself also wrote much, and that most orthodox and healthy, whereby he clearly explained the Christian Religion.

His teaching and the holiness of his life brought many to believe in Christ, and he was therefore exiled by the Emperor Trajan to Kherson, in the Crimea, where he found two thousand Christians, who had been condemned by the same Trajan. There they all worked in the marble quarries. During their labour they suffered for want of water, and Clement prayed, and then went up an hill hard by, on the top whereof he saw a Lamb standing, touching with its right foot a flowing spring of sweet waters. Therewith they all quenched their thirst, and by this miracle many unbelievers were brought to believe in Christ, and began to honour the holiness of Clement.

These things moved Trajan to send a messenger to the Crimea, who tied an anchor about Clement's neck, and cast him into the deep of the sea. After it had been done, while the Christians were praying on the shore, the sea went back three miles, and when they followed it, they found a grotto of marble, in form like a temple, and therein a stone coffin wherein was laid the body of the Martyr, and, hard by, the anchor wherewith he had been sunk. Then were the country people moved to receive the faith of Christ. The body of Clement was afterwards brought to Rome, in the time of Pope Nicholas I., and buried in his own Church. A Church was also built in the Crimea, in the place where God had made the water to break forth. Clement lived as Pope nine years, six months, and six days. He held two Ordinations in the month of December, wherein he made ten Priests, two Deacons, and fifteen Bishops for divers places. (As found in Matins, Divine Office, Feast of Pope Saint Clement, November 23.)

Another reading found in the Matins from today’s Divine Office is taken from a homily by Pope Saint Leo the Great, who teaches us that the likes of heretical teaching of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his predecessors in the age of conciliarism can never come from the Catholic Church:

When the Lord, as we read in the Gospel, asked his disciples who did men, amid their divers speculations, believe him the Son of Man to be, blessed Peter answered and said: Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. And the Lord answered and said unto him: Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-Jona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father, which is in heaven: and I say also unto thee: That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it; and I will give unto thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven; and whatsoever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven. But the dispensation of truth perdures, and blessed Peter, persevering in the strength of the rock which he hath received, hath not relinquished the position he assumed at the helm of the Church.

In the universal Church it is as if Peter were still saying every day: Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. For every tongue which confesseth the Lord is taught that confession by the teaching of Peter. This is the Faith that overcometh the devil and looseth the bonds of his prisoners. This is the Faith which maketh men free of the world and bringeth them to heaven, and the gates of hell are impotent to prevail against it. This is the rock which God hath fortified with such ramparts of salvation, that the contagion of heresy will never be able to infect it, nor idolatry and unbelief to overcome it. And therefore, dearly beloved, we celebrate today's festival with reasonable obedience, that in my humble person he may be acknowledged and honoured who doth continue to care for all the shepherds as well as sheep entrusted unto him, and who doth lose none of his dignity even in an unworthy successor. (As found in Matins, Divine Office, Feast of Pope Saint Clement, November 23.)

The contagion of heresy will never be able to infect the Catholic Church. Only the willfully blind or the intellectually dishonest can refuse to admit that heresy has not been taught by the conciliar “popes,” who had expelled themselves from the bosom of Holy Mother Church long before their apparent “elections” by virtue of adhering to these heresies.

Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., wrote the following about Pope Saint Clement I in The Liturgical Year:

The memory of St. Clement has been surrounded with a peculiar glory from the very beginning of the Roman Church. After the death of the apostles, he seems to eclipse Linus and Cletus, although these preceded him in the pontificate. We pass, as it were, naturally from Peter to Clement; and the East celebrates his memory with no less honour than the West. He was in truth the universal pontiff, and his acts as well as his writings are renowned throughout the entire Church. This widespread reputation caused numbers of apocryphal writings to be attributed to him, which, however, it is easy to distinguish from his own. But it is remarkable that all the falsifiers who have thought fit to put his name to their own works, or to invent stories concerning him, agree in declaring that he was of imperial descent.

With only one exception, all of the documents which attest Clement's intervention in the affairs of distant churches have perished with time; but the one that remains shows us in full action the monarchical power of the bishop of Rome at that primitive epoch. The church of Corinth was disturbed with intestine quarrels caused by jealously against certain pastors. These divisions, the germ of which had appeared even in St. Paul's time, had destroyed all peace, and were causing scandal to the very pagans. The Corinthians at last felt the necessity of putting an end to a disorder which might be prejudicial to the extension of the Christian faith; and for this purpose it was requisite to seek assistance from outside. The apostle had all departed this life, except St. John, who was still the light of the Church. It was not great distance from Corinth to Ephesus where the apostle resided: yet it was not to Ephesus but to Rome that the church of Corinth turned. Clement examined the case referred to his judgment by that church, and sent to Corinth five commissaries to represent the Apostolic See. They were bearers of a letter, which St. Irenaeus calls potentissimas litteras. It was considered at the time so beautiful and so apostolic, that it was long read in many churches as a sort of continuation of the canonical Scriptures. Its tone is dignified but paternal, according to St. Peter's advice to pastors. There is nothing in it of a domineering spirit; but the grave and solemn language bespeaks the universal pastor, whom none can disobey without disobeying God Himself. These words so solemn and so firm wrought the desired effect: peace was re-established in the church of Corinth, and the messengers of the Roman Pontiff soon brought back the happy news. A century later, St. Dionysius, bishop of Corinth, expressed to Pope St. Soter the gratitude still felt by his flock towards Clement for the service he had rendered.

Brought up in the school of the apostles, Clement had retained their style and manner. These are visible in his two 'Letters to Virgins,' which are mentioned St. Epiphanius and St. Jerome, and were found in the eighteenth century translated into Syriac, in a manuscript brought from Aleppo. As St. Caecilia reminded us yesterday, the principles of vowing chastity to God was, from the very beginning, one of the bases of Christianity, and one of the most effectual means for the transformation of the world. Christ Himself had praised the superior merit of this sacrifice; and St. Paul, comparing the two states of life, taught that the virgin is wholly taken up with our Lord, while the married women, whatever her dignity, is divided. Clement had to develop this doctrine, and he did so in these two letters. Anticipating those great doctors of Christian virginity, St. Athanasius, St. Ambrose, St. Jerome, St. John Chrysostom, St. Augustin, he developed the teachings of St. Peter and St. Paul on this important subject. 'He or she,' he says, 'who aspires to this higher life, must lead like the angels an existence all divine and heavenly. The virgin cuts herself off from the allurements of the senses; not only does she renounce the right to their even lawful use, but she aspires to that hope which God, who can never deceive, encourages by His promise, and which far surpasses the natural hope of posterity. In return for her generous sacrifice, her portion in heaven is the very happiness of the angels.'

Thus spoke the disciple chosen by St. Peter to get his hand to the task of renovating Rome. It needed no less than this strong doctrine in order to combat the depraved manners of the Empire. Had Christianity been satisfied with inviting men to honour, as the philosophers had done, its efforts would have been to no purpose. Stoicism, by exciting great pride, could bring some men even to despise death; but it was utterly powerless against sensuality, which we must own to have been the strongest auxiliary to the tyranny of the Caesars. The ideal of chastity, thrown into the midst of that dissolute society, could alone arrest the ignominious torrent that threatened to submerge all human dignity. Happily for the world, Christian morals succeeded in gaining ground; and its maxims being followed up by striking examples, it at length forced itself upon the public notice. Roman corruption was amazed to hear of virginity being held in honour and practised by a great many followers of the new religion; and that at a time when the greatest privileges and the most terrible chastisements could scarcely keep to their duty the six vestals upon whose fidelity depended the honour and the safety of the city. Vespasian and Titus were aware of the infringements upon their primary duty committed by these guardians of the Palladium; but they considered that the low level at which morals then stood forbade them to inflict the ancient penalties upon these traitresses.

The time, however, was at hand, when the emperors, the senate, and all Rome, were to learn from the first Apology of St. Justin the marvels of purity concealed within that Babylon of iniquity. 'Among us, in this city,' said the apologist, 'there are many men and women who have reached the age of sixty or seventy years; brought up from infancy under the law of Christ, they have preserved to this day in the state of virginity; and there is not a country where I could not point out many such.' Athenagoras, in a memorial presented a few years later to Marcus Aurelius, was able to say in like manner: 'You will find among us a multitude of persons, both men and women, who have passed their life up to old age in the state of virginity, having no ambition but to unite themselves more intimately to God.'

Clement was predestined to the glory of martyrdom; he was banished to the Chersonesus, on the Black Sea. The Acts, which relate the details of his sufferings, are of very great antiquity; we shall not here enter into discussions concerning them. They tell us how Clement found in the peninsula a considerable number of Christians already transported there, and employed at working the rich and abundant marble quarries. The joy of these Christians on seeing Clement is easily conceived; his zeal in propagating the faith in this far-off country, and the success of his apostolate, are not matter for surprise. The miracle of a fountain springing up from the rock at Clement's word, to quench the thirst of the confessors, is a fact analogous to hundreds of others relate din the most authentic Acts of the saints. Lastly, the apparition of the mysterious lamb upon the mountain, marking with his foot the spot whence the water was to flow, carries back the mind to the earliest Christian mosaics, on which may still be seen the symbol of the lamb standing on a green hillock. (Dom Prosper Gueranger, O.S.B., The Liturgical Year.)

There are some very interesting lessons to be learn from this passage in Dom Prosper Gueranger's The Liturgical Year.

First, there is a reminder of the monarchical power of the Roman Pontiff.

Who gave away the symbol of that monarchical power?

Wasn't it Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonoi Maria/Paul VI?

Who refused to be crowned with the Papal Tiara?

Wasn't it Albino Luciani/John Paul I, Karol Josef Wojtyla/John Paul II, Joseph Alois Ratzinger/Benedict XVI and Jorge Mario Bergoglio?

Who took the Papal Tiara off of his coat of arms?

Wasn't it Ratzinger/Benedict XVI.

Yes, conciliarism wants nothing to do with papal monarchical power, having embraced the heretical novelty of episcopal collegiality. Pope Saint Clement I knew otherwise. Deo gratias!

Second, the lie of episcopal collegiality is disproved by the fact that the Catholics in Corinth looked to Rome, that is, to the Successor of Saint Peter, Pope Clement, and not to the beloved evangelist, Saint John, who had taken care of Our Lady until she died and was assumed body and soul into Heaven. The Catholics of Corinth knew that it was not their "local churches" but Rome that was the seat of the Holy Faith. Deo gratias!

Third, Dom Prosper reminds us that the authority of the Vicar of Christ is absolute, that the pope is one "whom none can disobey without disobeying God Himself." Indeed. Although I was  late to have my own eyes opened to the ramifications of this truth, suffice it to say that a legitimate pontiff commands our obedience in all things that do not pertain to sin, in all things that pertain to faith and morals. No one can oppose a legitimate pontiff without opposing Our Lord Himself. And no legitimate pontiff can give us bad doctrine or defective worship. He cannot express in his capacity as a private theologian things contrary to the defined teaching of the Catholic Church.

Fourth, in contradistinction to Bergoglio's reaffirmations of those steeped in unrepentant sins, Pope Saint Clement knew that it was possible with God's grace for men and women who loved God to persevere in virginity throughout their lives. There was no need of a study to be conducted by social scientists, only an effort to be made to cooperate with the graces won for us on Calvary by the shedding of Our Lord's Most Precious Blood and that flow into our souls through the loving hands of Our Lady, the Mediatrix of All Graces. There was a simple acceptance of the truths of the Catholic Faith. Deo gratias!

Fifth, quite similar to our own day today, the secular leaders of Rome believed in the pursuit of "honor" by their own strength. Catholics know that it is only by a reliance upon the merits won for us in the Sacrifice of the Cross, which is re-presented in an unbloody manner on altars of sacrifice by Catholic priests, men who act in persona Christi, that sanctity, not prideful "personal honor," is pursued to the point of one's dying breath--and that it is sanctity that builds right order in societies, not "civic virtue" or "personal honor."'

Today, Thursday, November 23, 2017=8, is also the ninety-first anniversary of the martyrdom of Father Miguel Agustin Pro, S.J., at the hands of the Masonic revolutionaries in Mexico.

Dr. Michael Kenny provided a poignant testimony to how Dwight Morrow made it a point to travel with Plutarco Elias Calles the day after the execution of Father Miguel Augustin, Pro, the great champion of Christ the King, in Mexico City that outraged the citizenry of the country and that, quite sadly, was ignored entirely by the producers of For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada (other than a filmed reenactment of the event during the end credits that was not identified specifically whatsoever):

Coincident with Mr. Morrow's arrival in Mexico, the reign of terror was at its height, and continued unabated. I have pictures before me of hundreds of young men and priests and even girls, who were seized without charge and executed without trial, often with prolonged and excruciating tortures. In the summer and fall of 1927 indiscriminate shootings and hangings and torturings of suspected friends of the Cristeros were multiplied, with the view of terrorizing the armed forces of revolt. These and the murder of scores of the worthiest priests, and the barbarous torturing of Fathers Batiz and Reyes and other widely venerated pastors had the contrary effect, of inflaming and swelling the ranks of the Cristeros.

But there was one young priest whose assassination stirred public feeling most and who is is now venerated as the "Martyr of Mexico." This was Father Miguel Augustin Pro, a young Jesuit whose cheerful sanctity and zeal and his adeptness in reaching all classes with his ministry and evading the pursuivants on his track made him universally beloved as a saint and a hero.

But his marvelous feat in foiling the suppressors of Catholic worship had marked him for government vengeance. Seized on the obviously false pretext of connection with an assault upon Obregon, he was shot down November 23, 1927 without charge or trial; he died as he had lived with a smile upon his face, forgiving cheerfully and praying heartily for the executioners of himself and his brother and fellow victims.

His sisters and his aged father dipped their kerchiefs in his blood and departed joyously; and despite the Calles soldiery, hundreds of thousands crowded to his obsequies, struggling for a relic of the martyr. The gathering masses on the streets obstructed the passage of the presidential automobile, in which, beside Plutarco Calles, the American Ambassador was seated.

Failing even to acknowledge a legal protest submitted to him by a lawyer's committee, Mr. Morrow hastened to tour the country with Calles, who gaily played Toreador to amuse his friend. He thus impressed the world that all was well with Mexico, and made it clear to his own people and the Cristeros that even in the savagest excesses of persecution, the United States Government stood back of him. It is precisely the same despairing realization that oppresses then now when they see our Ambassador Daniels also go out of his way to show friendliest courtesies to the same or the like persecutors today and to eulogize the same Plutarco Calles, after the latter had forged and wielded a deadlier weapon to assassinate the souls of their children.

While Mr. Morrow's friendly services were securing arms and countenance from our government for Calles, and holding strict embargo against the League of [Religious] Liberty, the Cristeros, as we have seen, managed somehow to make headway, though with slight ecclesiastical encouragement. It was only in the face of relentless universal persecution, after millions of petitions had been scouted and thirty thousand injunction protests had been overruled en masse, that reluctantly the bishops tolerated recourse to arms. But Archbishop [Jose] Mora, the Mexican Primate, was exiled for defending manfully before Calles the fighters for liberty; and Archbishop Gonzales Valencia of Durango, who still stands by the fighters for liberty, had heartened the belligerents by his Pastoral form Rome, February 11, 1927, "having ascertained the heart of the Pope"; and recalling his many brave priests abused, imprisoned, deported as criminals and who, like Fathers Batiz and Lopez, gave up their lives for their flock, he glorifies God for giving him sons "who will not succumb before the persecutors nor abdicate the dignity of Christians and of men." (Dr. Michael Kenny, (Dr. Michael Kenny, No God Next Door: Red Rule in Mexico and Our Responsibility, William J. Hirten Company, Inc., New York, 1935, republished by CSG and Associates Publishers, pp. 130-132.)

It was not only Dwight Morrow who gave public support to Plutarco Elias Calles in the immediate aftermath of the martyrdom of Father Miguel Augustin Pro, who cried out Viva Cristo Rey! as the bullets were fired at him. The folksy American humorist, columnist and actor named Will Rogers, a Freemason, of course, did so as well:

Strong hands, quick to become doubled fists, a hard jaw, and a heavy scowl have sometimes been called the typical externals of President Plutarco Elias Calles. The fact that he once publicly alluded to "the grunts of the Pope" caused some to fear that his mind might resemble his fists. Last week such mistaken impressions were given the lie when Senor Calles proved himself not only supple of body but adept at mellow geniality. Scene: the $375,000 private train of the President of Mexico which puffed all week, from one hospitable ranch in northern Mexican states to another. On board were the new U. S. Ambassador to Mexico, Dwight Whitney Morrow (onetime Morgan partner), and tart-witted cowboy-clown Will Rogers. They, and other guests of the President, were privileged to see him in playful mood. At Pabellon Ranch, State of Aguascalientes, Senor Calles seated his guests around a bull ring. He had a surprise for them, he said. Quietly picking up a matador's red cape, he entered the arena.

At a flirt of the red, a small but purposeful bull charged, horns down, to gore the President of Mexico. Swirling the cape through a classic "pass," he pivoted and dodged—his chunky body suddenly achieving grace. While guests Morrow and Rogers gripped their seats, President Calles brought off three more hazardous "passes." Then, having shown his guests the dexterous and dangerous phase of bull-baiting, he strode from the ring. No bull was killed, or even pinked, lest U. S. gorges rise.

Came luncheon, provided on the scale of a local fiesta. Peasants and the local gentry mingled. President Calles, beamingly in his element, led hearty singing of mellow Spanish songs. What did the U. S. guests think?

Mr. Morrow, rising to a toast, said something in English which was apparently not understood. Mr. Rogers then quoted Mr. Morrow in Spanish as having said: "... how could the United States ever enter into armed conflict with people like these? ..." Amid shouted cheers President Calles sprang up and clasped the Ambassador's hand. Later Mr. Morrow said to U. S. correspondents: "All this is very interesting." (President at Play - TIME.)

The same afternoon, Calles demanded that [General Roberto] Cruz make an example of the Pros. In a battle worthy of wits worthy of Pontius Pilate and the Sanhedrin, Cruz tried to called Calles into allowing some legal cover. But Calles told him "to hell with" legalities and reminded him that he had his orders and only had to obey. Cruz appeared before reporters and explained that evidence had been accumulated showing all the parties guilty in the attempted assassination of [Alvaro Obregon]. Apparently, Calles had ordered that these executions were to have a high profile. So journalists and photographers from all over Mexico and the whole world were invited.

Even so the game was not entirely over. the morning of the execution, an enterprising lawyer, Luis MacGregor, had convinced a quite brave judge, Julio Lopez Masse, to sign an amparo, a stay of execution. It is doubtful that Cruz and Calles would have paid any attention to this paper obstacle. But they did not have to. MacGregor was locked outside of the proceedings at the police station, and the executions--quite odd for such widely advertised events--were carried out a half-hour earlier than scheduled. A last-minute request from the Argentine delegation to Mexico earned Roberto, the youngest of the [Pro] brothers, a reprieve.

When Miguel's body and the body his brother Humberto arrived at the family house, old Miguel, Sr., ordered no one to mourn, for there was nothing sorrowful in such heroic deaths. Don Miguel opened the door later that night and found a half-dozen government agents outside. They came in, knelt, and prayed. A steady stream of workers, women, and professional people arrived. The Rosary was recited; other prayers were said. When the bodies were ready for transport to the Dolores Cemetery, there was an enormous crowd in the streets, even though President Calles had forbidden public demonstrations in support of the martyred brothers. But the crowd was much larger than the police could do anything about, somewhere between ten thousand and thirty thousand, according to some accounts larger than any ever seen in Mexico, at a funeral. Around five hundred cars took part in the funeral cortege. As the caskets came out, someone shouted, "Make way for the martyrs!" The crowd fell silent. But as the coffins went through the streets "Viva Cristo Rey!" was shouted everywhere.

The day after Fr. Pro's execution, the American Ambassador Dwight Morrow (Charles Lindbergh's future father-in-law) and the humorist Will Rogers, who had become famous as a common-sense mocker of U.S. government foolishness, took a trip with President Calles through Mexico on the presidential train. Calles had deliberately set up the trip as propaganda intended to convince Mexican Catholics that the United States would not help them. Morrow is reported to have known this, but believed he could use the influence thus gained over Calles to turn his government in a different direction. In the next few years, the government killed 250,000 to 300,000 people, many Catholic, even after a compromise had been worked out. (Robert Royal, The Catholic Martyrs of the Twentieth Century, Crossroad Publishing Company, New York, 2000, pp. 39-40.)

Father Pro, who donned various disguises to provide the Sacraments to Catholics in Mexico after Calles had proscribed their administration that evokes memories of Father William Joseph Chaminade, S.M., during the French Revolution and was a foreshadowing of the heroics of the "Scarlet Pimpernel of the Vatican," Monsignor Hugh O'Flaherty, during the Nazi occupation of Rome as World War II was raging, knew that he might face death for his work. In a letter to his Jesuit superiors in Rome, he, demonstrating that he was a true son of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, said that a priest cannot live in fear of any kind:

You know very well that I am not especially inclined to anything in particular, although it is rather hard to lose the chance of going straight to heaven or of becoming a chaplain of the Marias Islands [where the government deported its prisoners].

I prefer to obey, being quite convinced that I will be of more use to those to whim I wish dedicate my work and life. I have no desire to influence your desire to influence your decision, but I would like to follow the advice that Father Crivelli sent us from Rome: please let me remain at my post until the end of the persecution.

Fear withdraws the priests from their abandoned flocks. Now, as you know, fear is not my predominant fault. I might die? What they might do or what they might do to me--all that is in the hands of God.

Would that I might be found worthy of suffering persecution for the holy name of Jesus. Do I not belong to his army? But let us repeat as in the Our Father: "Thy will be done!" (Gerald F. Muller, C.S.C., With Life and Laughter: The Life of Father Pro, published originally in 1969 by Dujarie Press and republished in 1996 by the Daughters of Saint Paul, p. 122.)

No one, least of all a priest, should live in fear of any kind at any time. Christ the King is our Divine Judge. No one else, no matter how many rationalizations they might use, has any justification before God to excuse silence in the face or social or moral or doctrinal or liturgical evils as a "virtuous" and "prudent" exercise of "self-restraint."

As Pope Leo XIII noted in Sapientiae Christianae, January 10, 1890:

14. But in this same matter, touching Christian faith, there are other duties whose exact and religious observance, necessary at all times in the interests of eternal salvation, become more especially so in these our days. Amid such reckless and widespread folly of opinion, it is, as We have said, the office of the Church to undertake the defense of truth and uproot errors from the mind, and this charge has to be at all times sacredly observed by her, seeing that the honor of God and the salvation of men are confided to her keeping. But, when necessity compels, not those only who are invested with power of rule are bound to safeguard the integrity of faith, but, as St. Thomas maintains: "Each one is under obligation to show forth his faith, either to instruct and encourage others of the faithful, or to repel the attacks of unbelievers.''[12] To recoil before an enemy, or to keep silence when from all sides such clamors are raised against truth, is the part of a man either devoid of character or who entertains doubt as to the truth of what he professes to believe. In both cases such mode of behaving is base and is insulting to God, and both are incompatible with the salvation of mankind. This kind of conduct is profitable only to the enemies of the faith, for nothing emboldens the wicked so greatly as the lack of courage on the part of the good. Moreover, want of vigor on the part of Christians is so much the more blameworthy, as not seldom little would be needed on their part to bring to naught false charges and refute erroneous opinions, and by always exerting themselves more strenuously they might reckon upon being successful. After all, no one can be prevented from putting forth that strength of soul which is the characteristic of true Christians, and very frequently by such display of courage our enemies lose heart and their designs are thwarted. Christians are, moreover, born for combat, whereof the greater the vehemence, the more assured, God aiding, the triumph: "Have confidence; I have overcome the world."[13] Nor is there any ground for alleging that Jesus Christ, the Guardian and Champion of the Church, needs not in any manner the help of men. Power certainly is not wanting to Him, but in His loving kindness He would assign to us a share in obtaining and applying the fruits of salvation procured through His grace.

15. The chief elements of this duty consist in professing openly and unflinchingly the Catholic doctrine, and in propagating it to the utmost of our power. For, as is often said, with the greatest truth, there is nothing so hurtful to Christian wisdom as that it should not be known, since it possesses, when loyally received, inherent power to drive away error. (Pope Leo XIII, Sapientiae Christianae, January 10, 1890.)

We must remember that Catholicism is the one and only foundation of personal and social order. Nothing else. And we must never be afraid to proclaim this truth no matter what it might cost us in terms of worldly respect and financial security.

The statists of Modernity and the heretics of Modernism will be vanquished by the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Why do we live in fear, agitated by all of the rush of current events, when we have the protection of Our Blessed Mother, of Saint Joseph, and the likes of Pope Saint Clement I, Saint Cecilia, Saint Felicity, Father Miguel Agustin Pro, Saint Catherine of Alexandria and the other Mexican martyrs?

May we, by praying as many Rosaries each day as our state-in-life permits, lift high the Cross of the Divine Redeemer as we exclaim with Father Pro and the Mexican martyrs:

Viva Cristo Rey!  

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us,


          

From the Desk of Fr. Letona - December 1, 2019

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Brothers and Sisters, this is the first day of the new Liturgical Year, the beginning of Advent. Our countdown to the Celebration of the Nativity of Our Lord, Christmas has begun. We see wreaths everywhere this time of year. Most notably our Advent Wreath. The very shape of the “O”, the first word of the “O” antiphons, signified in the Advent wreath, is a figure of fullness. Saint Paul illustrates this “O” with his words in the letter to the Galatians: [...]
          

Terrain de 895 m² situé à 3 minutes de la 4 voies, 172000 € - Réunion

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Sous compromis : SAINT PAUL : Saint Gilles les hauts. Terrain de 895 m² situé à 3 minutes de la route des Tamarins. Terrain entièrement constructible de 895 m². Terrain raccordable au tout à l'égout et viabilisation à proximité. Terrain situé en zone U3c : 60 % d'emprise au sol, possibilité d'implantation sur une ou deux limites séparatives. Pour toute information sur le zonage et sa localisation précise, veuillez nous contacter. Avantage : - endroit calme sans être loin de tout. - emplacement rare et exceptionnel Prix de vente : 172 000 euros Frais d'agence inclus . Les honoraires sont à la charge du vendeur. Le terrain est vendu libre de toute occupation. Le terrain ne fait pas partie d'une copropriété. Mandat n°249 Annonce Non soumis au DPE. Que vous cherchez à acheter, louer ou vendre, l'Agence IMMO TRANSAC sera à votre disposition pour tous types de conseils. Agence Immobilière spécialisée dans la Transaction sur le secteur de l'Ouest, Nord et Est de l'île de La Réunion. Mandat N° 249. Honoraires à la charge du vendeur. Nos honoraires : http://immotransac.re/fichier-52-IDI8x-bareme_des_honoraires.pdf
          

ORPI Villa Saint Paul 6 pièce(s), 474000 € - Réunion

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ORPI vous propose une jolie villa familiale T6 de standing d'environ 175 m² (335 m² utiles) sur une belle parcelle de 871 m² sans vis-à-vis.. Dans un quartier calme de la Plaine Saint Paul , à proximité des principaux axes routiers, du collège et de nombreuses commodités.. . Cette villa récente est composée :. - d'un sous-sol complet de près de 120 m². - Au 1er étage, d'une belle pièce de vie lumineuse de près de 50 m² avec une cuisine aménagée et équipée donnant directement sur une varangue d'environ 40 m² , 2 grandes chambres avec aménagements, 1 salle de douche à l'italienne, 1 WC séparé. . - A l'étage, 3 grandes chambres, 1 salle de bains, 1 WC.. . Le plus, possibilité d'aménager un appartement indépendant pour de la location saisonnière (ou autre ) au sous-sol sur une surface de près de 120 m² déjà pourvue de WC, des arrivées d'eau et de l'électricité.. Terrain piscinable. Un devis est à votre disposition.. . Cette maison spacieuse est agréablement circulante et climatisée, équipée de volets roulants électriques centralisés, 1 portail automatique, d'un visiophone, d'un chauffe-eau solaire et pourvue d'une jolie vue mer. Vous bénéficiez également de 2 grands garages fermés avec portes électriques.. . Aucun travaux à prévoir. . . Beau potentiel, fonctionnelle et bien aménagée, n'attend plus que des visites et ses nouveaux propriétaires.. Coup de coeur garantie !
          

Udienza a una Delegazione di giovani imprenditori francesi

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Discorso del Santo Padre

Traduzione in lingua francese

Questa mattina, nel Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano, il Santo Padre Francesco ha ricevuto in Udienza una Delegazione di giovani imprenditori francesi.

Pubblichiamo di seguito il discorso che il Papa ha rivolto ai presenti nel corso dell’incontro:

Discorso del Santo Padre

Signore e Signori!

Sono lieto di dare il benvenuto a voi, direttori d’azienda e imprenditori, venuti dalla Francia in pellegrinaggio per radicarvi maggiormente nella fede, al fine di darne testimonianza nella vita personale e nell’attività professionale. È una gioia per me riscontrare questo desiderio che c’è in voi di seguire gli insegnamenti del Vangelo; in voi che occupate posti di responsabilità in campo economico e sociale, consapevoli di avere un ruolo da svolgere rispetto al futuro delle nostre società e del mondo, e intenzionati a impegnarvi in questo senso.

Mi rendo ben conto che non è facile, nel quotidiano, conciliare le esigenze della fede e l’insegnamento sociale della Chiesa con le necessità e i vincoli imposti dalle leggi del mercato e della globalizzazione. Ma ritengo che i valori evangelici che volete attuare nel dirigere le vostre aziende, come pure nelle molteplici relazioni che intrattenete nel quadro delle vostre attività, siano l’occasione di una genuina e insostituibile testimonianza cristiana. Infatti, si tratta per voi di partecipare, secondo la vostra condizione di fedeli laici, al servizio regale di Cristo, come spiega il Concilio Vaticano II quando esorta: «Con la loro competenza nelle discipline profane e con la loro attività, elevata intrinsecamente dalla grazia di Cristo, [i laici] portino efficacemente l’opera loro, affinché i beni creati […] siano fatti progredire […] per l’utilità di tutti gli uomini senza eccezione, e siano tra loro più convenientemente distribuiti e, secondo la loro natura, portino al progresso universale nella libertà umana e cristiana» (Cost. dogm. Lumen gentium , 36).

Possa questo pellegrinaggio illuminare il vostro discernimento sulle scelte che dovete fare: non è mai stato facile essere cristiani e avere gravi responsabilità. Il fatto di prendere le distanze dal mondo – in ciò che è contrario a Dio e alla sua volontà –; il fatto di voler trasformare questo mondo e salvarlo con Cristo, talvolta può portare al martirio, come attestano San Pietro e San Paolo. Tuttavia, questi gloriosi testimoni ci dimostrano che il messaggio evangelico di cui erano portatori, un messaggio apparentemente debole rispetto alle potenze mondane del potere e del denaro, non è un’utopia, ma, con la forza dello Spirito Santo e il sostegno della fede di coraggiosi discepoli missionari, può diventare realtà, una realtà sempre incompiuta, certo, e da rinnovare.

I conflitti di coscienza nelle decisioni quotidiane che dovete prendere sono – immagino – numerosi: da un lato, la necessità che vi è imposta – spesso per la sopravvivenza delle aziende, delle persone che vi lavorano e delle loro famiglie – di conquistare mercati, aumentare la produttività, ridurre i ritardi, ricorrere agli artifici della pubblicità, incrementare i consumi...; e d’altra parte le esigenze sempre più urgenti di giustizia sociale, per garantire a ciascuno la possibilità di guadagnarsi da vivere dignitosamente. Penso alle condizioni di lavoro, ai salari, alle offerte di impiego e alla loro stabilità, nonché alla protezione dell’ambiente. Come vivere questi conflitti nella serenità e nella speranza, mentre l’imprenditore cristiano è a volte portato a mettere a tacere le proprie convinzioni e i propri ideali?

Un criterio di discernimento si può trovare nella Costituzione Gaudium et spes del Concilio Vaticano II, dove, a proposito dei laici impegnati nelle realtà temporali, si dice: «Spetta alla loro coscienza, già convenientemente formata, di inscrivere la legge divina nella vita della città terrena. Dai sacerdoti i laici si aspettino luce e forza spirituale. Non pensino però che i loro pastori siano sempre esperti a tal punto che, ad ogni nuovo problema che sorge, anche a quelli gravi, essi possano avere pronta una soluzione concreta, o che proprio a questo li chiami la loro missione; assumano invece essi, piuttosto, la propria responsabilità, alla luce della sapienza cristiana e facendo attenzione rispettosa alla dottrina del Magistero» (n. 43).

Nell’Enciclica Laudato si’ , alla quale vi rimando per nutrire la vostra preghiera e la vostra riflessione, viene fatta una certa valutazione della situazione del mondo, di alcuni sistemi che ne regolano le attività economiche, con le loro conseguenze sugli uomini e sull’ambiente. È una valutazione che potrebbe sembrare a volte severa, ma che porta – credo – a suscitare un grido di allarme per il deterioramento della nostra casa comune, come pure davanti al moltiplicarsi delle povertà e delle schiavitù che conoscono oggi innumerevoli esseri umani. Tutto è collegato.

Di fronte a questa realtà, ed essendo attori, per quanto vi compete, nei sistemi in questione, voi non avete certamente una risposta immediatamente efficace da dare alle sfide del mondo attuale. In questo, talvolta potrete sentirvi impotenti. E tuttavia avete un ruolo essenziale da svolgere. Perché, anche in maniera modesta, in alcuni cambiamenti concreti di abitudini e di stile, sia nelle relazioni con i vostri collaboratori diretti, o meglio ancora nella diffusione di nuove culture aziendali, vi è possibile agire per cambiare concretamente le cose e, a poco a poco, educare il mondo del lavoro a uno stile nuovo.

Avete anche l’opportunità di riunirvi tra voi, di lavorare insieme, di fare proposte a tutti i livelli, di partecipare alle decisioni politiche. Si tratta, come ha evidenziato il recente Sinodo sull’Amazzonia, di operare una “conversione”. La conversione è un processo che agisce in profondità: un processo forse lento, all’apparenza, soprattutto quando si tratta di convertire le mentalità, ma l’unico che consente progressi reali, se attuato con convinzione e determinazione mediante azioni concrete.

Infine, questa «conversione ecologica» non può essere separata dalla conversione spirituale, che ne è la condizione indispensabile. E ognuno è restituito alla sua coscienza e alla sua responsabilità. «La spiritualità cristiana propone un modo alternativo di intendere la qualità della vita, e incoraggia uno stile di vita profetico e contemplativo, capace di gioire profondamente senza essere ossessionati dal consumo» (Enc. Laudato si’ , 222). Vi invito, già nella vostra vita personale, ad impegnarvi su questa via della semplicità e della sobrietà (cfr ibid. ); le decisioni che dovrete prendere nelle vostre occupazioni non potranno che risultare più libere e più serene, e voi stessi ne trarrete maggiore pace e gioia. Perché «la semplicità ci permette di fermarci a gustare le piccole cose, di ringraziare delle possibilità che offre la vita senza attaccarci a ciò che abbiamo né rattristarci per ciò che non possediamo» ( ibid. ).

Vi ringrazio ancora per la vostra visita. Vi assicuro la mia preghiera per voi, per le vostre famiglie, per le vostre aziende e il loro personale, e affido tutti alla premura della Vergine Maria. E vi chiedo per favore di pregare per me. Grazie!

[01955-IT.01] [Testo originale: Italiano]

Traduzione in lingua francese

Mesdames et Messieurs!

Je suis heureux de vous recevoir, chefs d’entreprise et entrepreneurs, venus de France en pèlerinage pour vous enraciner davantage dans la foi, afin d’en témoigner dans votre vie personnelle comme dans votre activité professionnelle. C’est une joie, pour moi, d’être témoin de ce désir qui vous habite de suivre les enseignements de l’Evangile, vous qui êtes en responsabilité dans les domaines économiques et sociaux, conscients que vous avez un rôle à jouer concernant l’avenir de nos sociétés et du monde, et voulant vous engager dans ce sens.

J’ai bien conscience qu’il n’est pas facile, tous les jours, de concilier les exigences de la foi et de l’enseignement social de l’Eglise avec les nécessités et les contraintes que vous imposent les lois du marché et de la mondialisation. Mais je crois que les valeurs évangéliques que vous souhaitez mettre en œuvre dans la gouvernance de vos entreprises, comme dans les multiples relations que vous entretenez dans le cadre de vos activités, sont le lieu d’un authentique et irremplaçable témoignage chrétien. Car il s’agit bien pour vous de participer, selon votre condition de fidèles laïcs, au service royal du Christ, comme l’expliquait le Concile VaticanII lorsqu’il exhorte:«Par leur compétence dans les disciplines profanes et par leurs activités que la grâce du Christ élève au-dedans, qu’ils s’appliquent [les laïcs] de toutes leurs forces à obtenir que les valeurs de la création soient cultivées dans l’intérêt absolument de tous les hommes, […] à obtenir aussi que ces biens soient mieux distribués entre les hommes et acheminent selon leur nature à un progrès universel dans la liberté humaine et chrétienne » (Const. Lumen gentium , n. 36).

Puisse ce pèlerinage éclairer votre discernement dans les choix que vous avez à faire: il n’a jamais été facile d’être chrétien et de porter de lourdes responsabilités. Le fait d’être en distance par rapport au monde - dans ce qu’il a de contraire à Dieu et à sa volonté-, le fait de vouloir transformer ce monde et de le sauver avec le Christ peut parfois conduire au martyre, comme en attestent Saint Pierre et Saint Paul. Cependant, ces glorieux témoins nous montrent que le message évangélique dont ils étaient porteurs, message en apparence faible par rapport aux puissances mondaines du pouvoir et de l’argent, n’est pas une utopie, mais, par la force de l’Esprit Saint et soutenu par la foi de courageux disciples missionnaires, il peut finir par devenir réalité, réalité toujours inachevée et à refaire, il est vrai.

Les conflits de conscience dans les décisions quotidiennes que vous avez à prendre sont nombreux, j’imagine, d’une part entre la nécessité - et il en va souvent de la survie de vos entreprises, des personnes qui y travaillent et de leurs familles - qui vous est imposée de gagner des marchés, d’augmenter la productivité, de réduire les délais, d’avoir recours aux artifices de la publicité, de pousser au consumérisme…; et d’autre part les exigences toujours plus prégnantes de justice sociale pour assurer à chacun la possibilité de gagner dignement sa vie. Je pense aux conditions de travail, aux salaires, aux offres d’emplois et à leur stabilité, comme aussi de la protection de l’environnement. Comment vivre ces conflitsdans la sérénité et l’espérance, alors que l’entrepreneur chrétien est parfois conduit à taire ses convictions et ses idéaux?

Un critère de discernement peut être trouvé dans la Constitution Gaudium et spes du Concile Vatican II, où, à propos des laïcs engagés dans les réalités temporelles, on dit: «C’est à leur conscience, préalablement formée, qu’il revient d’inscrire la loi divine dans la cité terrestre. Qu’ils attendent des prêtres lumières et forces spirituelles. Qu’ils ne pensent pas pour autant que leurs pasteurs aient une compétence telle qu’ils puissent leur fournir une solution concrète et immédiate à tout problème, même grave, qui se présente à eux, ou que telle soit leur mission. Mais plutôt, éclairés par la sagesse chrétienne, prêtant fidèlement attention à l’enseignement du Magistère, qu’ils prennent eux-mêmes leurs responsabilités» (n. 43).

Dans l’Encyclique Laudato si’ , à laquelle je vous renvoie pour nourrir votre prière et votre réflexion, il est fait une certaine évaluation de la situation du monde, de certains systèmes qui en régulent les activités économiques avec leurs conséquences sur les hommes et sur l’environnement. C’est une évaluation qui pourrait paraître parfois sévère, mais qui conduit - je crois - à pousser un cri d’alarme devant la dégradation de notre maison commune, comme aussi devant la multiplication des pauvretés et des servitudes que connaissent aujourd’hui d’innombrables êtres humains. Tout est lié.

Confrontés à cette réalité et acteurs, pour votre part, des systèmes en question, vous n’avez sans doute pas de réponse immédiatement efficace à donner aux défis du monde présent. En cela, vous pourrez parfois vous sentir impuissants. Mais vous avez cependant un rôle essentiel à jouer. Car même de manière modeste, dans certains changements concrets d’habitudes et de style, que ce soit dans les relations avec vos collaborateurs directs, ou mieux encore, dans la diffusion de nouvelles cultures d’entreprise , il vous est possible d’agir pour changer concrètement les choses et, peu à peu, éduquer le monde du travail à un style nouveau.

Vous avez aussi la possibilité de vous réunir, de travailler ensemble, de faire des propositions à tous les niveaux, de participer aux décisions politiques. Il s’agit, comme l’a mis en évidence le récent Synode sur l’Amazonie, d’opérer une «conversion». La conversion est un processus qui agit en profondeur: processus lent peut être, en apparence, surtout lorsqu’il s’agit de convertir les mentalités, mais le seul processus qui permette de véritables avancées, s’il est mis en œuvre avec conviction et détermination par des actions concrètes.

Enfin, cette «conversion écologique» ne peut être séparée de la conversion spirituelle, qui en est la condition indispensable. Et chacun est renvoyé à sa conscience et à sa responsabilité. «La spiritualité chrétienne propose une autre manière de comprendre la qualité de la vie, et encourage un style de vie prophétique et contemplatif, capable d’aider à apprécier profondément les choses sans être obsédé par la consommation» ( Laudato si’ , n. 222). Je vous invite, déjà dans votre vie personnelle, à vous engager sur cette voie de la simplicité et de la sobriété (cf. ibid .); les décisions que vous aurez à prendre dans vos engagements n’en seront que plus libres et plus sereines, et vous-même obtiendrez plus de paix et de joie. Car «la simplicité nous permet de nous arrêter pour apprécier ce qui est petit, pour remercier des possibilités que la vie offre, sans nous attacher à ce que nous avons, ni nous attrister de ce que nous ne possédons pas» (cf. ibid .).

Je vous remercie de nouveau pour votre visite. Je vous assure de ma prière pour vous, vos familles, pour vos entreprises et leur personnel, et je confie tous à la garde de la Vierge Marie. Et je vous demande, s’il vous plait, de prier pour moi.

[01955-FR.01] [Texte original: Italien]

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PeopleSoft HCM Technical Lead

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MN-Saint Paul, Title: PeopleSoft HCM Technical Lead Location: Saint Paul, MN Duration: Long term * Very long term project; initial PO for 1 year but expect to go for 3-4 years *Webcam Interview* Onsite - No remote Lead project planning and scope sessions (as necessary). Provide leadership and coordination across the infrastructure, operations, security, development and data warehouse teams necessary to implement


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