Saint Anthony Mary Claret


Miura, Rev. Manuel J.: 188n, 190. Monescillo



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Miura, Rev. Manuel J.: 188n, 190.

Monescillo, Bp. Antolín: 83n.

Montserrat, Bp, Pantaleón: 83n

Montserrat Hospital (Madrid): 52.

Monzón, Bp. Bienvenido: 83n, 86n, 94n, 113n, 309n.

Moos, R. G. de: 62n, 66n.

Moreno y Maisonave, Card. Juan Ignacio: 466-67.

Moreno, Bp. Louis: 104n.

Moretti, Bp. Vicenzo: 104n.

Mortification: resolves to practice, 155, necessary to benefit souls, 314, Jesus and Mary insist that he teach it to his Missionaries, 314, External, of the senses, 227, 230, Internal, continual and absolute, 188, 204, 234.

Moscoso, Abp. S.: 175.

Moses: 242, 246, 249, 262, 312.

Mothers, good: their sufferings should be a model of zeal to priests, 262.

Moya, Abp. Pedro de: 248.

Mystical graces: conservation of Eucharistic Species, 323; infused love of enemies, 338. See Locutions.

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Naim: 262.

Napoleon III: Claret predicts his downfall, 297n.

Nazareth: 330.

Nehemiah: 249.

O

Obedience: Claret accepts archbishopric out of obedience, 35.

Obeso, Manuel: 121n.

Oblation: see Offering.

O’Donnell, Leopoldo: 44n, 51n.

Offering: of self to God for the conversion of sinners, 28; offering of his works, 235, 250; to suffer, 277; to the Trinity, 234; to Jesus and Mary, 325; to the Lord, 328.

Office, Divine: manner of reciting it, 199-200, 210, 213, 216, 221, 225, 230.

Olier, Jean Jacques: 210, 259.

Orsini, Duke Giordano: 466n.

P

Pagés, Rev. Jerome: 193, 320n.

Painting, oil: a comparison to help us gain humility, 271.

Palafox, Ven.: 175, 248.

Palau, Canon (later Bp.) Antonio: 46.

Paphnutius, Saint: Claret compared to, 108.

Passion of Jesus: science of, 273.

Papp-Szilágyi, Bp. Josip: 93n.

Paris (France), 50, 59, 61, 101, 134, 223, 228, 283.

París de San Pedro, Mother Antonia, 49, 59n, 61n, 62n, 91, 122, 216, 224, 311, 324n, 333n, 336n.

Passarell, Canon Jaume: 159.

Pastoral Letter on Immaculate Conception: receives approval and confirmation from B.V.M., 301.

Patience: necessary, 302-03, of Jesus and Mary, 173, 176; advantages of, 170, suffering the faults of others with patience, 177; resolves to practice patience, 161, 193, 195.

Pau (France): 59, 223.

Pavía, Gen. Manuel: 42, 42n.

Pedicini, Abp. Francis: 480n.

Peace, achieving inner: 26, 219, 224, 227, 229, 279.

Pelczar, G. S.: 109n.

Pelletier, V.: 88n, 89n.

Penance, see Mortification.

Pentini, Card. Francis: 85n.

Perfection: longing for holiness, 164, perfection in ordinary things, 230, means to attain perfection, 180, 195, 227, 234.

Persecutions: love of, 173, 308; perseverance during, 173.

Perseverance, means of: 227.

Philip II of Spain: 98, 224, 243, 243n, 318.

Philippines: 82n.

Philosophy: Claret studied for three years, 20.

Pidal, Pedro: 50

Pie, Bp. of Poitiers: 89n, 106.

Pilate, Pontius: 40, 45, 202, 272.

Pintón, José: 65, 72, 115.

Pius IV, 84n, 86.

Pius IX: 51n, 55, 60, 63, 66n, 72n, 78, 84n, 86, 93n, 109n, 111n, 124, 168, 177, 216, 217n, 222n, 228, 257n, 303.

Pius XI: 47.

Plan of life: as seminarian, 8; in Madrid, 43.

Plato: 246.

Pons, J: 297n.

Poor: devotion to the poor in order to advance in perfection, 195; day dedicated to them, 196, 201, 205; not complaining of their importuning, 201.

Portocarrero, Card.: 248.

Poverty: how Claret practiced it, 25-26, 178, 185; he chooses the poorest, 149; accepts no stipends for ministry, 150; in his person, 150, 185.

Prades (France): 62, 341n.

Prayer: necessity of, 245; care in making, 185, 188; apostle of prayer, 231; for enemies, 45; comparisons, 4, 188; of Christ on the Cross, 341; daily mental prayer, 147, 162, 191, 203; themes and method of prayer, 181, 204, 227; thinking during the day on what he had meditated on in the morning, 234.

Preaching: aim of, 25; subjects he preaches on, 22, 25; simile of the cock crowing, but having no effect until Jesus glances, and preaching, which has no effect until prayer brings the Lord’s coverting glance, 317.

Presence of God: resolves always to walk in, 159, 163, 177, 188, 192, 209, 214, 217, 223, 225, 231, resolves to build a chapel in his heart, 209, 225, 230, teaching of various saints on, 210, 214, 217, recollection and prayer as a means of staying in God’s presence, 217, 261; he walks in it, 427, its effects, 602-05.

Pride: is spiritual lust, 339.

Priesthood: date of Claret’s ordination, 31 (error), 42 (correct).

Priestly zeal: 261-63.

Prints, religious: sketched by Claret, 41; printed in Madrid, 47-48; distributed by him, 232.

Propaganda Fide, Congregation of: 42.

Providence: everything comes from God, 211, 221, 223, 226.

Puch y Solana, Abp. Peter: 107.

Puente, Luis de la: 204, 227.

Puerto Príncipe (Camagüey, Cuba): 301.

Puig, Rev. Lorenzo (Claret’s chaplain) : 108, 232n, 334n.

Puigdessens, Rev. Josep: 298.

Puigllat, Bp. Mariano: 85n, 87n.

Purcell, Bp. John Baptist: 107.

Purification, by means of our enemies: 272, 284-85.

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Ramírez Vázquez, Bp. Fernando: 86n.

Reading, spiritual: books for, 148, 162, 204, 222, 227, proposes to teach others how to do sp. reading, 231.

Recollection: as a result of the Bl. Sacrament within him, 323, Jesus taught it to St. Catherine of Siena, 218, the Bl. Virgin taught it to Mary of Agreda, 218, teaching of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and St. Paul, 218, building a chapel in one’s heart, 184, recollection of senses, 216. See Presence of God.

Recollection, day of, see Day of Recollection.

Rectitude of intention, resolves to keep it in all things, 204, 208, 217, 221, 225, 234-35, in eating, resting and studying, 202, 205, 208, 211-12, 215.

Reform, religious: at Vatican I, 123-27.

Reisach, Card. Karl August von: 85n.

Religious Library: ingratitude of R.L. to Claret, 47.

Religious Spirit: 76.

Reminder that Anthony Claret makes to himself (another version of the Pen Portrait of the Missionary Son of the Immaculate Heart of Mary), 277.

Reputation, good, how to attain it: 293-94.

Resignation to God’s will: in all things, 207; accepting the chalice of the passion in any work, 191.

Resolutions: reads them every Sunday, 230; necessary for spiritual advancement, 253.

Retreat: yearly since student days, 147, 153, 154, 155, 156, 157, 159, 161, 165, 167, 169, 173, 177, 181, 185, 187, 191, 193, 199, 205, 206, 209, 213, 215, 220, 225, 229, 233;10-day retreat before accepting nomination as archbishop, 43.

Ribadaneyra, Pedro de: 316n.

Riera, Juan (Printer): 19.

Riera, Francisco (Printer: 21n.

Ríu, Mr. (employee of Religious Library): 47n.

Rodríguez, Alphonsus (Practice of Perfection and Christian Virtues): 18, 69, 79, 101, 116, 148, 164n, 198, 204, 214, 221, 222, 223, 279, 285, 287, 341.

Rodrigo Yusto, Abp. Anastasio: 83n.

Rome, passim.

Rooster, symbol of preacher: 317. See Preaching.

Rosary: preparation for a good death, 287; to advance in perfection, 227; remedy for the ills of Spain, 324; Devotion, since he was a child, 33; consecrated bishop on Feast of Rosary, 35; recites whole rosary every day, 148, 227, 230, 250, 324; connects mysteries of Rosary with recitation of Divine Office, 207, 207n, 210, 213, 216, 221, 225, 230; Apostle of this devotion, like St. Dominic, 294, 327, like Alan of Rupe, 294, 326, preaches and teaches the way to recite it, 230, 231, 335; writes book(s) on the Rosary, 308, 309n, 335n.

Roschini, Gabriele: 301n.

Rucabado, R.: 25n

Rupe, Bl. Alan of: 294, 326, 326n.

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Sabinian, Pope: 175.

St. Agnes: 266.

St. Aloysius Gonzaga: 207, 210, 213, 216.

St. Alphonsus Mary Liguori: 20, 79, 96, 195, 244, 314, 321n.

St. Andrew: 249.

St. Anthony Mary Claret, passim.

St. Anthony of Padua: 288; speaks to Claret, 322.

St. Antoninus: 169, 257.

St. Arsenius: 195, 198.

St. Athanasius: 159, 159n, 175.

St. Augustine: 79, 135, 163, 175, 175n, 214, 215n, 218, 222, 227, 240, 244, 256, 257, 258, 259, 272, 280, 283.

St. Bartholomew, Apostle: 249.

St. Basil: 175.

St. Bernard: 69, 192n, 215, 240, 244, 248, 288.

St. Bonaventure: 236, 289.

St. Camillus de Lellis: 289.

St. Catherine of Siena: 169, 182, 194, 200, 203, 207, 210, 213, 214, 216, 218.

St. Charles Borromeo: 103, 161, 169, 175, 244.

St. Cyprian: 283.

St. Dominic: Claret nominated Abp. on his feast 35; St. Dom. followed Rule of St. Augustine, 79; Claret praises St. Dominic and his Order, 105; Claret must be the 19th-century Dominic in spreading devotion to the Rosary, 294, 308.

St. Francis Borgia: 289.

St. Francis de Sales: 161, 169, 174, 194, 207n, 244, 341.

St. Francis of Assisi: 13, 214, 218, 256, 268, 272.

St. Francis Regis: 70, 114.

St. Francis Xavier: 243.

St. Gabriel Archangel: 249.

St. Gabriel’s Convent in Segovia: 220.

St. Gertrude: 195.

St. Gregory of Nazianz: 175.

St. Gregory the Great: 69, 98.

St. Ignatius Loyola: Spiritual Exercises of, 152n, 158n, 187n, 192n, 200n, 204n, 220n, 243, 285, 289, 300, 308n, 338, 338n.

St. James the Great: 249, 316.

St. James the Less: 249, 283.

St. Jerome: 163; Order of St. Jerome (Hieronymites), 79.

St. Jerome Emiliani: 289.

St. John, Apostle and Evangelist: 7, 9, 95, 249, 287, 316, 341.

St. John the Baptist: 70, 95, 114, 181.

St. John Chrysostom: 171, 174, 175, 185, 243n, 244, 283.

St. John of Avila: 70, 114, 219, 262, 262n, 288.

St. John of the Cross: 194, 257, 322n, 336n.

St. John of God: Bros. of St. John of God staffed the Fatebenefratelli Hospital in Rome, 232n.

St. John Gualbert: 289.

St. Joseph: 59, 62, 63, 66, 161, 163, 201, 287, 317, 330, 331, 339. See Joseph, Saint.

St. Jude Thaddaeus: 249.

St. Laurence of Canterbury: 175.

St. Laurence Justinian: 243.

St. Leo the Great: 69.

St. Leonard: 288.

St. Louis Bertrand: 160.

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque: 210, 214, 218.

St. Martin of Tours: 163, 174, 194, 244.

St. Mary Magdalene: 158, 242, 341.

St. Mary Magdalene dei Pazzi: 163, 164, 256.

St. Mary Micaela of the Bl. Sacrament: 130, 309n.

St. Matthew: 249.

St. Matthias: 249.

St. Michael, Archangel: 249, 287, 296, 296n, 310, 333; speaks to Claret, 333.

St. Michael of the Saints: 222, 257.

St. Monica: 262.

St. Nicholas: 244.

St. Paul (“the Apostle”): 105, 160, 164, 164n, 214, 217, 218, 221, 222, 240, 249, 258, 261, 264.

St. Paul of the Cross: 79, 288.

St. Paulinus: 244.

St. Peter: 175, 241, 242, 244, 249, 272, 308, 316n, 317.

St. Peter Damian: 174.

St. Peter Martyr: 303.

St. Peter Nolasco: Claret’s Life of, 230n.

St. Philip: 249.

St. Philip Neri: 116.

St. Pulcheria, 48.



St. Raphael Archangel: 33.

St. Simon: 249.

St. Stephen: 7, 10, 28, 178, 279.

St. Teresa of Avila: 37, 110, 134, 141, 142, 183, 194, 195, 209, 210, 214, 218, 231, 232, 234, 256, 257, 259, 285, 289, 317, 338, 342.

St. Thomas Apostle: 84n, 249.

St. Thomas Aquinas: 192n, 227, 240, 258.

St. Thomas of Villanova: 161, 169, 244.

St. Timothy: 160, 161, 173.

St. Vincent de Paul: 70, 114, 125n, 187n, 288.

Saints, ages of at their death: 288.

Sala, Rev. Carmelo: 44n, 47n, 122, 296n, 298n, 331n.

Saladich, Bro, José: 233.

Salcedo, Juan de: 248.

Sallent, town of: 19, 20, 34, 41, 42, 42n, 52, 302n.

Salvation of souls: he offers himself to the Lord for, 204, 208, 211, 215, what Jesus Christ did for it, 197, Claret was freed from drowning to work for it, 197.

Samaritan Woman: her prayer, 312.

Samson, 75, 77.

Samuel: 218.

San Francisco (California): 82n.

San Gil Barracks, Madrid: incident at, 59n.

San Jerónimo, Fr. Antonio de, 222n.

Sanctity: what it consists in, 222. See Perfection.

Sant’ Adriano, Mercedarian Convent of (Claret’s residence in Rome during Vatican I): 228, 232n, 337.

Sant Joan d’Oló: 145, 297n.

Santa Cruz (Tenerife): 156.

Santander (Spain): 34n.

Santander, Padre: 34n.

Santiago (Chile): 83n.

Santiago (Cuba): 34, 50, 51, 158, 165, 166, 177, 297n, 301, 303.

Santo Domingo Hacienda: 303.

Satan: wiles against seminarians, 333.

Saul, King: 240, 241, 248.

Saul of Tarsus: 312, 313.

Savannah (Georgia): 107.

Scaramelli, J.B.: 116, 192n, 341.

Schaepman, Abp. André: 107.

Sciences: Abp. Claret still studies natural sciences, 166.

Scío de San Miguel, Felipe: 33.

Scotus, Duns: 270.

Scripture, Sacred : See Bible; Vocation.

Seckau: 90n.

Segovia (Spain): 144, 202, 220, 297n, 314, 333n.

Self-knowledge: Noverim me, 192, 218, 222. See Humility.

Seminaries: minor, 72: harmful to have overcrowded seminaries, 73; address on seminaries, 113-117.

Sens, Abp. Henry of: 244n.

Senses, see Mortification.

Serristori Barracks: incident at, 128n.

Seville: 217.

Ship: Claret’s foundered on return voyage from Cuba, 59.

Sick : visiting, 233, conversations with, 232.

Silence: and strength, 195, 215; means for advancing in perfection, 196, in adversities, 207, 330, speaking with God and man is not compatible, 195, not speaking of the good he does or the people who make him suffer, 200.

Simor, Abp. Janos: 92n.

Simplicity in all things: 191.

Sirach: 242.

Sisebut, King: 174.

Sixtus V: 95.

Slanders: patience of Jesus amidst, 173; do not give up because of, 173; a coward’s weapon, pay them no heed, 198; their usefulness, 211 (cf. Attempts, Persecutions).

Solá, Juan María: 121n.

Soler, Canon Jaume: 159.

Solomon, King: 240, 245.

Souls converted: best banquet for Jesus, 197.

Stefanopoli, Abp. Stephen: 100n.

Strossmayer, Bp. Josip: 89n, 102n.

Study required of a bishop: 244.

Sufferings: he undergoes great sufferings, 313; how to bear sufferings, 230, 330; recall the sufferings of Jesus, 235. See Offering to suffer, 278.

T

Talavera, Abp. Hernando de: 48, 70, 114, 210, 213, 216.

Tarbes, Bp.of: 85.

Tarragona, passim.

Temptations against chastity: 5, 10, the Bl. Virgin defends him from, 6.

Terraca, Canon: 248.

Thebaid: 154n.

Theodosius, Emperor: 198.

Theology: Claret studied moral and dogmatic, 20.

Time: resolves never to waste a moment of, 150, 162; distribution of, 166, 188.

Tobias: 178.

Tobit, Book of: 33.

Toledo: 50.

Tomé de Jesús: 211, 239, 258, 260, 269, 276.

Tonsure: Claret received, 34.

Tortadés, Casa (scene of vision): 141, 265n.

Trajanopolis (Claret’s titular see): 52, 107, 311.

Trent (Council of): 64, 95, 102.

Trinity, Blessed: devotion to, 234; offers himself with Jesus Christ to the Trinity, 185; Sundays dedicated to, 195, 201, 205.

Trisagion: he recites it every morning, 324; recommends it to others, 324n.

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Union with God: by means of the three faculties of the soul, 194; he asks Bl. Virgin to obtain union with God for him, 196; union with Jesus Christ in the Bl. Sacrament, 235; after Mass, 197; desires for union, 236, 253; union granted to him, 336, 336n.

Urgell (Spain): 85n, 86n, 95, 113, 172, 182.

Urquinaona, Bp. José, María: 87n, 92n, 93n, 113n.

Utrecht (Netherlands): 107.

V

Valdivieso, Abp. Rafael Valentín: 83n.

Valencia (Spain): 187.

Valerga, José, Patriarch of Jerusalem: 107.

Valero Sierra: 148n.

Valladolid: 187.

Valle, Bp. Manuel del: 98n.

Varela, Bp. Cipriano: 152n, 168n.

Vatican I: 46, 60-127, 98, 103, 105, 111, 120, 123, 228, 235n, 322n, 337; some topics for, 60, 61, 63, 64-65; documents and dates, 80 ff.; profession of faith, 85; manifesto against, 127; on infallibility, 106-111, 127; and uniform catechism, 120; plot against, 125-26; list of Council Fathers who died during the Council, 89.

Venegas, M: 252n.

Veracruz, Bp. of: 85.

Vérot, Bp. Augustine: 93n, 107.

Vespignani, Virginio: 82n, 88n.

Veuillot, Louis: 64.

Vic, passim.

Viladrau: 22, 59.

Vilamitjana, Bp. Benito: 107.

Villacastín, Tomás de: 115.

Viñas, José María: ix, 129.

Visits: to the Bl. Sacrament and the Bl. Virgin, 8, 231; to the sick, 21, 26; to hospitals and prisons, 26, 232, 233.

Vocation: discovered through reading the Bible, 29-30, biblical texts on vocation, 315-17.

Voice of the Lord tells him to write: 333; a low, rapid voice tells him to have people say rosary, attend Mass, receive Communion, etc., 337n. See Locutions.

W

Weapons of our warfare: 283.

Well-Instructed Seminarian: approved by Jesus, 319, 322.

Will of God: motive for all his actions, 274, seeks it and desires to know it, 221, how to know it, 195, the only thing he desires, 196, in the midst of contradictions, 224, conformity with God’s will, 167, 173.

Witness to the Truth: 36-39.

Work, maxim: “God and work, a lovely thing; work without God, a cursed thing,” 197.

World: an exile for him, 233; opposition to wordliness, 283-84.

X

Xifré, Fr. Joseph: 47n, 59n, 81n, 83n, 87n, 96n, 101n, 107, 117, 187, 190n, 208, 219, 277n, 291, 297n, 298n, 331n, 332, 342n.

Z

Zappa, Juan Bautista: 252n.

Zaragoza (Saragossa): 83n, 84n.

Zarautz: 332.

Zeal, reflection on: 279. See Priestly zeal.

Zwerger, Bp. J. B.: 90n.
THEMATIC INDEX
This index corresponds to the texts of Fr. Claret in what he has written (including footnotes), but not to texts of other authors, introductions, appendices, etc.. For easy handling of these indices, it should be noted that the numbers in brackets correspond to the paragraph numbers of the Autobiography, while other numbers refer to the book's pages.
Numbers in brackets refer to paragraphs in the Autobiography. Those without brackets refer to page numbers. For Supplementary Readings, consult Contents.


Abandonment: of Christ, 830; (see Resignation).

Abstinence: See Fasting, Mortification.

Academy of St. Michael: original idea for, [581]; approval, organization, members, [332]; king and queen charter members, [582]; distributes books, [640]; Claret designs emblem of A., [581, 701].

Academy of St. Thomas: [91].

Account of conscience, [757–767, 768­–774, 775–779, 796–801]; (see conscience, spiritual direction).

Action: union of Martha and Mary 681, 706, 710, 713.

Accusations, Anonymous: prohibits reading them [613].

Adoain, Stephen, O.F.M.Cap.: (Coworker), 514, 516, 595, 598, 599.

Adversities: for our good, [125]; providential, [138, 166, 167]. See Sufferings, Troubles, Sickness, Humiliations.

"Advice to" series: why he wrote series, [475]; to various classes of people, [313–314]; to priests [475]; to young ladies [314]; to parents 314]; to youth [314]; to children [314]; from heaven to Claret to pray, write, direct souls and be calm 802.

Adulation: purpose [632].
Agriculture: efforts on its behalf in Cuba, [566–567]; he himself plants trees, [567]; writes book, Delights of the Country, [568].

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