Saint Anthony Mary Claret


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Alms: generosity in giving [133–134]; to prisoners [570]; to the sick [571]; books as the greatest alms [328].

Aloysius Gonzaga, St.: 91,102, 781.

Alphonsus Liguori, St.: 294, 300, 654.

America: 596, 605.

Amigo, Anthony: Oratorian, 69, 85. , Joseph, pastor of Sallent, 23.

Angel of the Apocalypse: see name index.

Angels: guardian a. in temptations, [95] 692; in Marseilles, [127–128]; aid and protection of a., [268-269]; during missions, [464]; a. of kingdoms, cities, etc., [268]; aspiration to the a., [269]; devotion to St. Michael, patron of Academy of St. M. and the Librería Religiosa, [329, 332]; invoke them before missions [268]; nine choirs of a., [654].devotion to them to advance in perfection 692; Mondays dedicated to them 692, 696, 699.

Ángelus Domini: prayed always [47].

Anger: its consequences [185], proposes not to be carried away by it [650].

Animals, domestic: symbolic examples of virtue, [664–673, 380].

Anointing: free gift [230] (see missionary, charisms).

Anthony of Padua, St.: 102, 226.

Antonelli, Cardinal: 845.

Apostle: Claret as a. aboard ship, [130]; studies ills of society, [357]; yearning for apostolate, [113, 638, 728]; commitment to apostolic life, [153,156, 161]; a. of Mary, [159,160] (see Mary, rosary); a. of the rosary, [677]; a. of the pen, [705]. See Apostolate, Books, Missionary, Preacher Writer Zeal.

Apostles: inspiration for his apostolate, [223]; great zeal of, [223–224]; prayer to, [654].

Apostolate:

–Qualities of continual, [111]; combines work and total trust in Cod, [274]; manifold a.: preaching, hearing confessions, distributing Communion, [589]; a. "in season and out of season," on all occasions, [461, 509]; (see conversations).

-End and motives of a. directed to sinners, the just, souls in purgatory, [264, 265]; four motives, [202–213]; salvation from eternal punishment, [8–17, 751]; compassion for sinners, [8–15]; faith as motive, [11]; God offended by sin, [16–17]; charity, [158]; special providence shown Claret, [751].

–Means and types of a.: shown Claret by God, [264]; manifold, [9, 264–339]; a. of good example, especially modesty, [388–389]; prayer, the greatest means of a., [263–273]; example of the queen [620]; of the word, in travels with the queen [639]; prayer, best means [255, 260–262, 263, 264–273] 830; instructing children, [274–286]; instructing adults, [287–293]; sermons, [294–305]; everyday conversations, [334–336]; Ignatian Exercises, [306–309]; a. of the pen: books, pamphlets, leaflets, [310–333, 678, 789–799]; (see books, writer); a. of pen as means to combat irreligion, [735]; need for a. of pen, [708, 735]; dedicates himself to writing, [637, 640, 779]; distributes books and leaflets, [640, 779, 792]; a. of medals, pictures, rosaries, scapulars, [337, 339]; a. of medicine, [174–182]; of the laity [14] (see Christians); social endeavors: League of Friends of the Country, [571]; a. to the poor, [562–567]; raising economic level of the poor, [569]; a. to the sick, [570–571]; to prisoners, [570, 571] (see social work); remedies for blasphemy and impurity, [315–317]; writes four catechisms, [285] (see catechism); "Advice to" series, [325, 475, 476]; formation of the clergy, [326–327] (see Libreria Religiosa); Academy of St. Michael [332, 581]; founder of Missionaries [488–494] (see Congregation, C.M.F. (Claretians); Teaching Sisters [561]; credit unions [569]; Model Ranch [563–568].

Apostolic Life: manner of practicing it [424–426].

Apostolic Spirit: See zeal, Missionary.

Aranjuez: 698, 702, 775, 779.

Archbishop of Cuba:

-Election and acceptance, [491, 701, 862] 541; reasons for refusing A., [495]; seeks advice on accepting A., [496]; consecration, [499, 701, 862]; receives pallium in Madrid, preaches en route, [500-501]; .

–Journey to Cuba and arrival: sails for Cuba, [501]; mission to the ship's crew, [509]; his missionary compan­ions, [502] 740-741; arrival in Cuba, [509].

–Activities in Cuba: division and delegation of workload, [514]; cuts his own salary, [551]; care for visiting clergy, [608] (see clergy); liturgy of Holy Week and Christmas [527, 543]; confirmations: expeditious and orderly, [515]; marriages: made easier for the poor, dispensations for, [572]; preaching. every Sunday, [516]; during mission in Santiago [511]; during earthquakes [534–535]; missions: Caney [516]; el Cobre [517]; Puerto Príncipe, [526]; Manzanillo, [528]; other missions, [527–528]; catechesis: established CCD, [560]; Spiritual Exercises: yearly with his household, [513]; to the clergy of Puerto Príncipe, [525]; pastoral visitation, [515]; procedure during, [538]; to Baracoa, [540–542]; resume of his first, [544]; difficulties in (see Journeys); apostolate of the pen. Pastoral letters: wrote circulars, but no pastoral until after first visitation, [546–549]; distributes books, [544–545]; prophesies earthquakes, [528]; and cholera [535]; restoration of cathedral, residence, and seminary after earthquakes, [533]; ministers to cholera victims, [537].

–Persecutions: occasion of first troubles, [518–520]; uprising at Puerto Príncipe, [521–523]; other uprisings, [523–524]; causes enemies of Spain more trouble than the army, [524] (see Spain, politics).

–Archbishop of Trajanopolis, [701].

Archdemons: 807

Archaeology: studied at El Escorial [871].

Art: of a good death 778–780.

Assassination Attempts: Holguín, [573–584, 701]; Altagracia, [586]; Madrid, [688] 563. Against First Vatican Council 627, 628; (see persecutions, calumnies).

Assignments: never seeks them [624] (see obedience, missionary).

Associations: priests 596.

Assumption of the Virgin Mary: definition at First Vatican Council 568

Attention: resolves to give a. to all he does [790] 729.

Audiences: duration [646, 80]; are the worst for him [777, 792] (see visits).

Austerity: (passim), maxim on, [745]; rising at 3:00 a.m., [637]; a. in food and drink, [703]. See Mortification, Fasting, Rest.

Autobiography: aim in writing it, [1]; wrote it out of obedience, [1]; parts of A., [2].
Bach, Peter: Oratorian, 85, 496.

Balmes, Jaime: 100, 856.

Banquets: how he behaved during [408–409]; in the palace [771] (see court, mortification).

Baptism: his own, date and place of, [4, 701]; his godparents, [5]; joy of admin­istering B. (St. Rose), [239]; B. of Infanta Concepción, [634].

Baracoa: heroic journey to, 540–542.

Barjau, Anthony: (co worker), 502, 514,526–527, 556, 588, 599, 600.

Barricades: Madrid free of 824

Beam, old unfinished: symbol of his mission in the royal palace 822.

Benedictines: Navarre [129, 133, 134].

Benefice: in the Sallent community [90–91]; priest of Sallent [701, 858]; resigns as regent of Viladrau [174] (see priest).

Benefits: from God 543; through Mary 562, 563.

Bertriu, Ignacio: (co worker), 502, 575, 605.

Bible: love of, [113–120,132, l51]; daily reading of, [637, 645] 535–537; well spring of his apostolate, [113–120]; heard God's call through B., [114, 120]; the Lord explains verse from Isaiah, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me...," [118]; harm of not knowing the B. (St. Teresa), [254]; would rather read B. than current events, [399]; distributes B., [799] (see name index).

Birth: Claret’s [3, 855].

Bishops: Claret's role in election of Spanish B. [630]; (see archbishop).

Bishopric: thoughts of resigning 672–674.

Blaspheming: increasing, it seemed that all hell had been set loose on earth [316]; example of a punishment [773–774]; actions against: the confraternity against blaspheming [290, 701]; 532 publications against swearing [316].

Blessed Sacrament: Octave of B.S. [468]; teaches to visit and receive 726, visit every day 728; Thursdays dedicated to B.S. 692, 696, 699: virtues that shine through [428]. See Eucharist.

Blessings: means of fostering piety [338].

Bonet, Gregory: (co worker), 502, 603.

Books: publishes his first b. [313]; his b. written on basis of needs in ministry [314–315]; only God knows how he could write so many [324]; the most productive b. he wrote [323]; should be small and manageable [312]; he distributed b. everywhere [333, 544–545]; b., the best alms [328]; his aim in publishing b. [42, 312, 325, 328, 475]; b. are food for the souls [311]; usefulness and need of b. [311]; advantages of b. over preaching [310].

Bres, Fortian: (protector), 34.

Brothers and Sisters: of Claret: number and names [6].

Brunelli, Msgr.: papal nuncio to Madrid, 495,500,862.

Bruno, St.: 88, 499.
Caixal, Joseph: (friend and co worker), 329,476.

Calumnies: see Slander.

Canary Islands: voyage to C., [701, 861]; his going there providential, [477-478]; missions in public square, [481]; preaches in all parishes, [480]; plan for hearing mass confessions, [482]; escort and reception, [483]; example of not traveling on foot, [484–485]; coat torn five times by crowds, [486]; return to Spain, [486]; praise to God for journey, [487]. See Missions.

Cancer: cured 563.

Canonries: not carefully scrutinized [631]; priests should not seek [631]; better to be a missionary [631].

Capuchins: collaborators [595, 598, 601].

Cards, holy: means of apostolate to children, [275]; distributed during pastoral visitation of Cuba, [545]; conversion through, [707]; drawn by Claret 546; printed in Madrid 552; (see apostolate, zeal, missionary, writer).

Carmel, Our Lady of: member of Confraternity of O.L.M.C.,[ 94]; a bad women converts due to this devotion [765, 828] (see Mary); Congregation of Missionaries founded on feast of O.L.M.C. [490].

Carmelites: of Rome [137].

Carmelites of Charity: See Tertiaries.

Carnival: sheet on 817.

Carthusian: his desire to become one, [77–82, 88–89, 499]; means to detach him from the world, [113]; how they obtained vocations, [793].

Casadevall, Luciano: Bishop of Vich, 489,499,104.2.

Cassock: See Habit, ecclesiastical.

Catalans: seek them out in Rome [137–138].

Catechism: his attendance at and love for, [23–26]; never missed, [39]; taught c., [106,109, 284]; explication of c., [170, 284]; taught c. in Cuba, [562]; orders pastors to teach c., [559]; memorized c. as a child, [23, 26–27]; CCD, [560]; Claret's method of catechizing, [286]; had Cuban seminarians teach c., [560]; taught in the streets [560]; catechism books for all ages, [285]; The Catechism Explained, first book issued by the Librería Religiosa, [476, 799]; usefulness of c. and need to know it, [26–27]; tool against irreligion, [735]; basis of all religious instruction, [275]; most useful tool in adult instruction be­cause most needed, [287]; useful at all times and in preaching, [288]; teaches c. to prisoners in Cuba, [570]; Claret's lifelong dedication to catechizing children, [284]; first thing he did during a mission, [275]; children learn easily, are preserved from error, grow in virtue, and influence adults, [275]; Christ's example, [276]; the Apostles' example, [277]; Blessed John of Avila and his disciples, [280]; example of Saints and Doctors of the Church, [277–283]; Brothers of Christian Doctrine, [282]; Claret teaches c. to Infanta Isabel, [614]; drawings for catechism, [56]; uniform c.[799] 622, 623.

Catherine of Siena, St.: 212, 235–236, 741,781.

Catholic Action: See Christians.

Chain: wear of little c. three days a week 694 (see discipline, cilice).

Chant, Ecclesiastical: why he wrote book on, [327].

Chaplaincies: corrects abuses in the diocese of Cuba [558].

Character: Claret's: happy, [50, 131–132]; naturally good, [18–20]; never quarreled [50]; trusting, [73–75,]; compassionate; (see compassion); observant, [142–l50]; tranquil amid danger, [123, 124, 131, 132] (see equanimity, talent, tranquility, will).

Charisms: for the good of the Church, [181].

Charity: towards self: prays for self, [655–658]; asks the Virgin for c., [749]; asks God for c., [657]; toward others. c. in judging, [750]; c. in speech, never tolerates uncharitable conversations, [399]; c. in action: protects his assailant at Holguín, [583, 867] (see calumnies); with foreign priests: hospitality [608]; c. toward those who annoy him, [786]; c. toward his detractors, [853, 867]; hospitality, [608]; visiting the sick and prisoners, [637]; aid to the poor in Cuba, [562–567]; praying for others, [645, 659, 663]; riding, despite his desire to walk, [484]; powerful example of c., [135]; c. impels him, [211–212]; tenderness of Jeremiah's c., [216]; heroic c. of pastor of El Cobre, [537]; c. of the queen, [620].

Chastity: asks God for it [657]; why c. is so great [417–418]; temptations against c. [72, 95–98]; means of safeguarding c.: recourse to Mary [72]; the Blessed Virgin frees him from a designing woman [ 72, 701]; avoiding evil conversations [53]; never to be in bed unless sleeping [ 637]; love of work; (see Work); dealings with women [373–394, 397]; housekeepers, [395]; women he confirmed, [396]; c. as an apostolic virtue [686]; Claret confirmed in c. and freed from tempta­tion, [96, 98, 394]. See Modesty, Mortification, Impurity.

Chemistry: physics and c. laboratory in Cuba [566].

Chicken: zeal [380]; symbol of vanity [401].

Childhood: exemplary example of Antonio [22, 25–29, 50, 53]; model in his devotion to the Virgin [43–55]; to conserve ones innocence is a great treasure [276]; dearest to his heart [325]; clerical vocation and discernment 571–572 .

Children: Claret an example of collaboration between child and parents for his education [25–29] (see parents, teacher).

Cholera: prophetic warning [535]; act of God’s mercy [536]; reaction of clergy [537] (see prophesies).

Christ: his interior: manner of imitating him 752; titles 743; act of the heart of C. 785, speaks to him 800 (see Jesus Christ).

Christian Doctrine: Congregation [281]; Brothers [282]; (see catechism).

Christians: their infidelity (St. Teresa of Jesus) [256]; not treated better than their master [257]; pray for just, sinners and souls in purgatory [265, 267].

Church: never distracted in c., 36; love for c., 832, 836.

Cilice: 3 days a week, 644, 780; days he wore it, 740, 758; see Mortification.

Claret, St. Anthony M.: his complete name, [5]; why they call him Fr. Claret [860]; parish duties [858] conduct in Sallent during his time as curate [858]; friendship with Balmes [856]; consellors of his works: Caixal and Palau in the Librería Religiosa [476]; distress over the recognition of the Kingdom of Italy [845]; restorer of the Escorial [869–870]. See Archbishop, Confessor, Writer, Missionary, Priest, Missionaries (Claretian), etc.

Clergy: formation of, [735]; behavior of c. during cholera epidemic, [537]; loving interest in c., [326]; provisions for the good conduct of the c., [553, 554] pastoral letter to c., [547, 548]; sermons and retreats to c., [730–733]; (see Well Instructed Seminarian, priest).

Clotet, Jaime, C.M.F.: (cofounder), 489

Clowning around: [385–386] (see modesty, mortification).

Coca, Francis (co worker): 502, 514, 517, 594.

Codina, Bonaventure: Bishop of Canary Islands, 305, 454, 478, 861.

Cofounders: 489–490.

Collaborators: See Co-workers.

Collector: or corporal, office of one during the Jesuit novitiate [147].

Comfort for a Slandered Soul: booklet [798].

Commandments of God’ Law: preached every day during mission [288].

Commitment: offer himself to the Lord for the conversion of sinners [788] 534 (see zeal, apostolate, missions).

Common Life: absolutely necessary for religious perfection [711–714]; Claret's teaching to nuns on c.l. inspired [713]; works to establish c.I. among nuns [710, 713–716]; c.l. among members of his household in Cuba [610–613]; a special gift from God [609]. See Nuns, Women, Religious.

Communion: Claret's First Holy C., [38]; receives C. four times a week, [86]; offering the Son to the Father in prayer for all men, [265]; gives First C. to Infanta Isabel, [614]; See Eucharist.

Communism: as a world chastisement [685]; principles of, [719–727]; errors of C. and remedies for it, [717–728]; slanders priests, [729]; a great evil for Spain, [695] 813..

Companions: See Friendship.

Company of Jesus: see Jesuits.

Comparisons: divine gift of ease in inventing them, [299]; make difficult subjects easy and clear, [298, 299]; value of c. drawn from nature, [297]; in reference to earthquakes and epidemic, [535]; the love that powers the word, compared to fire in a rifle, [439]; to steam in a locomotive or a steamboat, [441]; zeal for souls compared variously, [12, 14, 158, 207–209, 211]; true zeal and the hen, [380] zeal for God's glory, [16–17, 158, 203, 204]; spiritual direction and a smithy, [342]; distraction and a swiftly turning wheel, [67]; the sorrow of Jesus, [425]; intense spirituality, [665]; humility: the wheel without water, jumping into a pit but not being able to get out, the capstone of a building, [344, 346, 350]; humility the root, meekness the fruit, [372]; prayer as hunger and thirst, [444]; meekness and catching fish, [373]; preaching to sinners like cooking snails, [471]; sinners like walnut trees, need to be beaten, [536]; religious truths like rosebuds, [26]; an old servant in Mary's employ, [43]; sadness like ballast against the winds of vanity, [353]; vanity like a hen's cackling, [354, 401]; poverty, the shortest string on the harp of virtue, [370]; various virtues compared, [336].

Compass: symbol of active and contemplative life 706, 710, 713.

Compassion: natural inclination to c., [9, 10]; c. for others, [129, 150]; c. for sinners, [205–212]; for those who weep, [173]; for workers scolded, [32]. See Character, Souls, Zeal.

Complaints: resolved to suffer for the salvation of souls [752]. See Calumnies, Conversations.

Conception, Immaculate: mentions the mystery [154, 157, 273]; celebration of I.C. in the Jesuit Novitiate [142, 144]; pastoral letters on [549, 674]. see Mary Immaculate

Concupiscence: threefold lust dominates the world more than ever [357].

Conferences: preaches to those of St. Vincent de Paul [304, 638, 639, 704].

Confession: weekly, [107]; general c. to Fr. Bach, [85]; twice a week, [86]; resolution to confess at least once a week, [644, 740, 780] 650, 661–662, 690, 694, 697, 702, 705, 709, 712, 716, 720, 724; hears first confessions, [103]; loves to hear confessions in spare time, [304]; hears every day, [763, 777]; not wasting time while hearing c., [263]; method used in Canary Islands, [482];; a woman converted, [828]; confession of one of his slanderers, [829]; repugnance to speak or hear about c., [402] various attacks against c., [811, 812]; proposes to teach and exhort frequent confession 726.

Confessional: time dedicated to [775, 801]; more tiring for the confessor than for the penitent [200].

Confessor: assiduous: time he spent in confessional, [637, 646]; bad effects of c. without meekness, [377]; c. to ladies of court, [616]; to palace servants, [778]; to Infanta Isabel, [614, 616]; woman comes through heavy snow to confess to hum, [827] to queen: election, [587, 588] 541, 548; receives news of nomination, [614, 701]; leaves Cuba to accept, [588]; his obligatons 557–58; sacrifices 558; salary for his office 556; incertitude about his office 559–562; resigns his office on account of the recognition of the kingdom of Italy 554; repugnance of the office 554.

Confirmation: administration in Cuba [515, 586] (see archbishop).

Conformity: with the will of God. See Will of God, Resignation.

Confraternities: which he joined [94] 511, 523, 524 (see Congregation).

Congregation: of the Immaculate Conception [91]; of Christian Doctrine [282]; of laus perennis of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and of O.L. of Sorrows [94]; of Aloysius Gonzaga [91, 102].

Congregation of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: (Claretian Missionaries): title, [1, 492, 686, 852]; foundation of C., [488, 701]; first Spiritual Exercises, [490]; place of foundation, seminary of Vich, [488]; advisers, Soler, Passarell, Bishop Casadevall, [488–489]; cofounders, [489]; all cofounders have persevered, [490]; first days, [491]; thanksgiving to God for, [492]; thanksgiving to Heart of Mary, [493]; advice on how to increase vocations, [793, 795].

Conscience: delicate [28]; (see account of c.).

Consolations: amid work in Canary Islands, [486]; spiritual c. from the Lord, [675] 800; Jesus is his consolation, [755]; (see mysticism).

Constitutions: resolves to keep those of the Congregation 686.

Contempt: he seeks c., [666]; asks the Lord to make him feel c. (maxim), [748]; asks Blessed Virgin for a desire for c., [749]; embraces c. 544; tolerates c. for the conversion of souls, [752]; resignation when he is treated with c., [785]; things that deserve c. (St. Louis Beltran) [651]; to follow Jesus in them 653; to be joyful in them 653; accept them with joy 653; confirms that he deserves them 688; (see humility, slander).

Contradictions: do not stop because of them 671

Conversation: evil c. avoided, [53]; idle c. avoided, [399]; c. against charity, about food, news, etc., [399]; spiritual c., [153]; everyday c. can do much good, [334]; uses every occasion for c. about last things,[335, 336]; fireside chat converts a pastor, [335]; using symbolism of flowers, etc., in c., [336]; edifying c. while traveling, [336].

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