Uniting Closely with Holy Mother Church in Her Passion
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In the book of Job we read about how the friends of this holy man came to him in his time of trial: “Now when Job's three friends heard all the evil that had befallen him, they came every one from his own place, … For they had made an appointment to come together and visit him, and comfort him. And when they had lifted up their eyes afar off, they knew him not, and crying out they wept, and rending their garments they sprinkled dust upon their heads towards heaven.” St. Gregory the Great applies this scene to the Holy Church when she enters a passion… a time of great trial such as what we are in now. St. Gregory: “Holy Church, which is set in the midst of tribulation all this time of her pilgrimage, whilst she suffers wounds, and mourns over the downfall of her members (symbolized by the death of the children of Job), has other enemies of Christ besides to bear with, under Christ’s name (symbolized by the friends of Job who come to help him but end up attacking him all the more).” Pope Pius XI stated: “the expiatory passion of Christ is renewed and in a manner continued and fulfilled in His mystical body, which is the Church” (no. 14). He goes on: “the friends of blessed Job, though they come together to him with a good purpose, yet do for this reason bear the likeness of heretics, in that they fall away into sin by speaking without discretion.” They are heretics because they refuse to accept the suffering of Christ… the continuation of Calvary down through space and time in His Mystical Body. St. Gregory: “All heretics, in contemplating the deeds of Holy Church, lift up their eyes, in that they are themselves down below, and when they look at her works, the objects, which they are gazing at, are set hig..
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