Saint Anthony Mary Claret


Ideas: first thought on eternity [8–15]. Ignatius Loyola, St



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Ideas: first thought on eternity [8–15].

Ignatius Loyola, St.: 139,152, 165, 226, 282, 306–309, 654, 778.

Imitation: of Jesus [648, 650] 729; of Mary [650] 729; of St. Joseph [650] see Jesus, Mary, Joseph.

Immaculate Conception: see Concep­tion.

Impatience: resolves not to be carried away by it [650] see patience.

Impiety: remedies against it [735].

Impurity: its causes (cases) [804]; harm from the same (cases) [804]; means against it: he writes two pamphlets [317]; remedy against this sin: prayer “O Virgin and Mother of God” [317] see chastity.

In charge: model in the treatment of workers [32–34]; respect [60]; offer to start own factory [63] (see worker, weaver).

Independence: war of [19]; and approaching punishments [685].

Indifference: to honor and dishonor, to health and illness 668–670.

Infallibility: discourse on 611–614.

Infancy: spiritual: 761–763.

Infanta Isabel: her lessons [618], her piety [618], manual work and games [618].

Injustice: avoid it and fear it in duties or offices [652].

Insults: loves them because Jesus loves them 677.

Intention: see rectitude of intention.

Isabel II: see Queen.

Isaiah, Prophet, 114, 215, 283, 651.

Italy: queen recognizes Kingdom of I. [834–835]; Claret's sorrow over this [836–847]; conduct of queen opposed by Claret in this matter [832–837]; letter of nuncio to Claret on this matter [845–851]; Claret's decision [852]; motive to leave or to continue the office of royal confessor [559–562]; preaching in I. [812].

Italy, Kingdom of: conduct of the saint on this question [832–844] 559. See Italy (see name index).

Italian: he proposes to speak it, 728.
Jeremiah, Prophet: 216.

Jesus Christ: attributes [195, 222, 265, 660, 752]; love of Claret for J. [163, 164, 269, 342, 686]; always thinking of J. [131], union with J. [756] 695; happy to suffer for J. [223, 224, 227]; works for J. [50, 675, 788]; imitate J. [421, 423, 642, 648, 650, 679, 752, 867] 653, 658, 661, 662, 684; J. is Claret’s all [658, 754, 755]; 661, J. is his life’s ideal [130, 221, 222]; J. is his master and guide [642, 754, 782]; incentive in his apostolate [214, 221, 222]; his consolation and hope [754, 755]; his Redeemer [663]; his goal [754]; model of all virtues [356, 374, 387, 389, 428, 425–427, 428–437] 703; devotion to J. in order to advance in perfection 692; J. presence in the heart 713; Claret offers himself to J. as a victim [698]; offers to draw souls to Him [669]; see Eucharist.

Jesuits, Society of Jesus: friendship with them [94]; 306, 591, 574, 599; Claret's concept of its greatness, 140,141, 152; enters S.J. [139, 141]; investiture [141]; stay with S.J. [139–­167]; benefits of this stay [154, 167]; departure from S.J. [165–167]; relations with Gen. Roothaan, 166–167; Jesuit spirituality [142–147]; mortification [142–151]; learns to give Spiritual Exercises [152]; favor to have known the Society [152]. Claretian. collaborators [591, 594, 599].

John, Evangelist, St.: 197, 223, 686.

John of Avila, Blessed: example for preachers [300–303]; other references [228, 229, 231, 232, 280, 281, 441].

Joseph, St.: aspiration to [654]; imitates his patience [650]; his devotion to St. J. [831]; conversion through intercession of St. J. [688]; preaches novena to St. J. [776]; patron saint of the Church 568; on his feast day arrives in Civitavecchia 562; model of equanimity in times of difficulties 663; model of meekness 695..

Journeys: see Travels.

Joy: was always joyful, [50]; suffering privations with j., [131–132]; manifested j. without laughing, [386]; unalterable good temper, [650]; amidst slanders 435; (see sadness).
Key of gold: book of Claret maliciously distorted [866]

Kindness: See Character, Charity, Meekness, Humility.

Knowledge: asks God for k., [657]; promotes priestly learning by imposing three weekly conferences, [554] (see archbishop); sad cases of priests without k. or learning, [811–814]; k. alone is not enough, [190–l91]; study of the natural sciences 665; (see Escorial, missionary, priest).
Ladies of the court, keeping busy [616–619].

Languages: the study of 665, Latin [30, 79]; Spanish [57]; French [57, 871]; German, Arabic, English, Greek, Hebrew: the study of l. in El Escorial [871].

Laughter: tried not to laugh, but rather to manifest joy [386] (see modesty).

Law of God: aspiration [269].

Leaflets: criteria for writing them: distributed them generously, [318]; four condemned men converted by 1., [322]; effectiveness [707]; conversion of a great sinner through a 1., [319–320]; this one conversion worth all the money and effort spent on printing, [321] (see books, writer, apostolate).

Lent: name given to his missions [468].

Letters: from the Queen to Claret [840]; of the Pope to the Queen [841–844]; from the Nuncio to Claret [845–851]; resolves not to complain about the many l. he receives 819.

Librería Religiosa: aim and activities [329, 476]; founding [701]; ingratitude 552 see name index.

Liquors: abstains always [405] see fasting, mortification.

Litanies: particular devotion [654].

Liturgy: rehearsed Holy Week liturgy with priests [527]; imposes a weekly liturgical conference for Cuban clergy [554]; takes measures to perfect liturgical worship [552], conducts Holy Week L.. [543]; writes book on plain chant [327]; imports musicians for 1. in Cuba [552]; see priest.

Lives of Saints: read them profitably [214, 226, 227, 234]; studied them and made notes [393]; See Saints.

Lobo, John: (co worker), 502, 514, 591,602.

Lonja: Textile Institute in Barcelona where Claret studied [56]

Love:

-object: God, Jesus, Mary, neighbor, [438–448] 692. 720;



-necessity: [438–439, 441]; n. for priests and missionaries, [440–442];

-comparisons: gunpowder in a gun, [439]; steam in a locomotive or steamship, [441];

-mean: faithfulness to commandments, counsels, inspirations, well-made meditation and prayer, [442]; acts 729; constant prayer [443]; hungering and thirsting after 1., [444] 744;

-sentiments of 1.: toward God the Father, [444–446]; spirit of filial love to God 706, 711, 760–761; toward Jesus Christ, [446] 695; prayer for more intense L, [665]; asks Mary for 1. of God and neighbor, [447]; St. Teresa's definition of L, [254]; 1., the essence of perfection, [651]; desires that his 1. be more universal, [641]; expressions of l. of God, [40–42, 152, 158, 202–204, 233, 641– 655];

-effects of 1: zeal, which wants no one to offend God and all to L Him, [16, 17, 158, 641]; (see zeal, gratitude, glory); means: particular examen on L of God, [801] 706, 709, 713, 716, 720, 818; seeking, desiring, praying for 1., [636, 641]; ask God for it [657, 755];



-God's L of Claret: the Lord promises him divine 1., calls him "little Anthony," [683] 805;

-Claret's L of Jesus: [163, 164, 754]; during incident at Holguín, [573, 577]; sentiments of 1., [389]; effectiveness [389, 609, 660,] (see Jesus Christ, Eucharist);

-l. for Mary: [154–164, 668]; at Holguín [537, 577] (see Mary);



-l. of neighbor: motives for, [213, 448] 706; for those in need, [173, 174]; for sinners, [8–17, 205–212, 214, 233]; for children, [325]; visits schools in Cuba, [560]; founds a convent of nuns for them, [561]; for the aged, [19, 20]; asks for and practice l. for the neighbor 726; love them with the love of a mother 711, 715 (see souls, neighbor).

Lottery: quite lucky [73, 74]
Magnanimity: practice of [62]; its apostolic value [134] see character, humility.

Man: actions motivated by: money, honor, pleasure [200–201]

Manifest: against First Vatican Council, 628–629.

Manners, good: in dealing with the elderly [20]; respect for the persons and goods of others [28]; excellent training given him by his parents [22–29]; preachers should watch their words and gestures [385]; bad manners in priests [811–815]; (see priests, education).

Mansions: upon reading the fifth m. great awareness 826.

Manufacturing: danger of obsession [67–69] See Work.

Marian Filiation: See Devotion, Mary.

Martyrdom: joy and gratitude to God for attempt at Holguin [578, 584]; desires for m., 465–467, 573, 577–578] 667, 824; suffers the pains of preparation 667; living in court a m. for Claret [620–621]; see Assassination, Persecutions, Court).

Mary: her relation to the Trinity [162]; virtues of M. [272, 283] 543, 664; power of M [187, 271]. –titles and glories of M.: [154, 157]; formator and guide of apostles and missionaries [154,160–162, 270–272]; most beautiful [96]; conqueror of Satan [273]; Mother of Jesus [272, 663]; Queen of Angels and Saints [272].

–devotion to M.: [43–45, 317]; Claret takes her name [5]; childhood devotion to M. [43] 511; filial love for M. [55, 65,164, 668, 686]; origin of his devotion to M. [142–144,153]; devotion grows in Jesuit novitiate [153]; devotion to M. tested in temptation [51]; trust and commitment to M. [154, 156, 161, 162, 271, 447, 493] 652.

–homage to M.: [142]; see devotions; prayer, "O Virgin and Mother of God," [317]; ways he honored M. [143–144]; recites Hail Mary on the hour [47]; recites her chaplet daily [765]; visits to M. [47, 510] see Fusimanya; prayers and aspirations [154–164, 269, 270–272]; writes Autobiography in her honor [1] see Gloria; dedicates Saturdays to M. 692, 696, 704; preaches Month of M. as mission [377, 468]; prays to M. for the just and sinners [266].

imitation of M.: resolves to imitate M. [642] 729; in her patience [650]; in her meekness 696, 699, 703; in her humility 658.

–graces received through M.: he has received all through M. [162]; she saved him from death as an infant [7] 540; from drowning as a young man [71] 534, 540; she freed him from temptation [72, 95–98] 512, 534; she protected him at Holguín [579–580] 538; M. speaks, counsels, and inspires him [406] 798, 801, 806, 810; feasts of M. coincide with important dates in his life [90, 126, 165, 172, 490, 499, 574, 686, 793].

–Mary is Claret's. relief and consola­tion [163, 642]; strength and guide [5, 163, 642] 661; Mother [1, 5, 76, 136, 154–158, 159–163, 270–272, 447, 448, 493]; model [5, 163, 642, 783].

–Claret is Mary's: son [154, 270]; minister, formed by her [270, 273]; apostle of her Sorrows [266]; apostle of devotion to her [668] see rosary.

Character of her sons: joy in praying to her 534.

Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, St.: 259, 263, 650, 651, 654.

Masonry: scheme Claret’s death [688]; against Catholic Spain [869]. See also Assassination attempts, Persecutions.

Mass: faithful attendance at [36, 66–68]; serves M. daily [86]; says first M. in Sallent [102, 103, 857]; preparation for M. [637, 801]; celebration of M. [110, 645] 722; daily M. on voyage to Cuba [506]; thanksgiving after M. [616, 637, 645, 745, 801]; offering M. for the apostolate [265]; aspiration in praise of M. [269]; receives spiritual consolations during M. [675]; see Eucharist.

Matrimony, legitimate: [517]; first source of trouble [518–520]; dispensation of impediments and other remedies [572] see archbishop.

Matrimony, spiritual: [754]; see mysticism.

Maxims: spiritual [651–653].

Meals: time and number [646]; in Cuba [610]; mortification: reasons [403, 759–761]; proper intention [744, 789]; frugal [135, 745]; eats what is given to him [405]; abstinence from meat, wine, liquors [405]; poor [132]; manner of mortification in palace: edification [408-409]; on his knees [146]; recommendation of Jesus and Mary on mortification of the missionaries [406] 805; example the confirms the rightness of this recommendation [407]; will of God so as to see how miserable I am 721; (see fasting, mortification).

Medals: means of the apostolate [337]; distributed during the first visit [545]; see Apostolate, Zeal, Scapular, Missionary.

Meditation: as a seminarian, 515; some themes of his m. [668, 681, 746]; receives spiritual consolations during m. [675]; length of his m. [801]; see Prayer, mental.

Meekness: related to humility [327]; essential virtue for missionary [34, 372–383]; sign of missionary vocation [374,783,784]; 1ack of m. is unedifying [742]; anger sometimes masquerades as zeal [378]; knowledge without m. is devilish [376]; m. is humanly most attractive virtue [373]; it costs hum to practice m. [729]; means to attain m. [742], 812; asks God for m. [657], 677; resolves to practice m. [667, 693, 742, 746, 782, 785–786], 666, 690, 694, 697, 698; that of the bishop, 734–736; examples of m. [374, 375, 783, 784]; particular examen on m. 697, 703. see humility.

Memory: retains well what he reads [23, 26]; not easy 527.

Mercy: works of m. [269]; asks God's m. for himself and his neighbor [659–­661]; see Sorrow, Pardon, Compassion.

Mercy, Monastery of Our Lady of: motherhouse of Claretian Congregation [489].

Merits: of Jesus and Mary bring pardon [660, 663].

Mind: its independence [685].

Miracle: its force [181].

Missionary: Definition of a Son of the Immaculate Heart of Mary [494]; qualities of a m. [204, 212, 213]; m., an instrument in Mary's hands [270] 828–829; m., man's greatest benefactor [213]; Christ, ideal of the m. [221, 223] see Jesus Christ.

–goal of m.: twofold goal [199]; noble goal [202]; to make God known [202, 233]; to save sinners [205–212, 232]; to bring his neighbor happiness [213]; to prevent sin [203, 204].

–excellence of m.: most excellent ministry [238]; m. performs greater service than canon [631]; St. Catherine's veneration of m. [235]; unction and charisms of m. [181, 230].

virtues of m.: m.'s virtue should be above reproach [340, 384, 388]; m. needs love [440–442]; see Love; commitment to God [153]; tireless [227–228]; vocation of Claret [458]; hardworking (St. Teresa) [252]; need for mortification in eating [403, 405, 407, 408] see Mortification; detached from country [193]; need for obedience [192, 194–195, 454]; rectitude of intention [197,199]; wisdom [240] see Knowledge; lack of worldly qualities unimportant [156, 161–163]; m. should be at peace with all [386]; modest and circumspect [385]; courageous [201, 239]; finds it good to suffer for Christ [223, 224, 227]; m. is no better than his Master [257]; depends on prayers of nuns [263]; should be exemplary [817].

–motives for m. action: neither money nor honor [200, 201]; the will of God [136]; salvation of souls [243]; salvation of neighbor (St. Teresa) [251].

–Claret's m. vocation: constant strong call [113–120]; difficulties in following [121]; renounces parish to follow m. call [174]; sureness of his vocation [117]; yearning for m. work [638, 762]; m. at all times [185–187]; "Woe is me if I do not preach the Gospel," [207– 209]; first sermon [103]; beginning of his fame as m. [173]; besieged by the sick [180–181]; m. for all persons [118]; outstanding preacher [230]; missioning in Catalonia [701 860]; in Cuba [550] see Archbishop, Missions; desire for m. work among the infidel [112]; see Vocation.

–m. incentives and examples: example of Jesus Christ [214, 221–222]; the Apostles [214, 223, 224]; the proph­ets [214–220]; men and women saints [214, 225–227, 234–263, 228–232].

–means of his apostolate: [264–339]; spiritual reading 829; see Apostolate.

–results of his m. apostolate: of his sermons [181, 231, 241]; cases he dealt with [802–822].

–enemies of the m.: the very knowledge of their existence [116]; slan­dered, as Jesus was [201]; see Slanders; burdens he had to bear [161]; see Apostolate, Zeal, Work.

Missionaries, Claretian: foundation of [488–494]; their prophetic mission in the world [686]; recommendation of Jesus and Mary for C.M. [406, 684]; see Congregation.

Missions: love and zeal for the m., (St. Mary Magdalen of Pazzi) [259–­260]; starts preaching m. [172, 291]; names he had to give m. [292, 468] desire to go to the m. 541.

–obstacles to m.: the irreligious and the government [457, 459]; evil environment [459]; diabolic persecu­tion [462–463]; did not rashly expose himself to danger [465]; courage in the face of danger [465–466]; protected by Mary, angels, saints [464]; toilsome journeys on foot [460].

–methods he used in m.: resume of previous day's sermon [292–293]; gentle beginnings [469–471]; order of sermon topics [456]; method of hearing large numbers of confessions [482].

–burdens during m.: both good and bad moments [465]; start of m. always accompanied by persecutions [352–­353].

–results of m.: conversion of M. Ribas [472–473]; means to achieve results [475]; cases he dealt with in ministry [802–822].

–to all classes of people: priests, seminarians, nuns [474] (see priest, clergy, monks); in Segovia [407]; in the Canary Islands [481, 483, 486]; in Cuba [511, 522, 526, 587] (see archbishop); in Gerona [497]; en route to Cuba [509]; desires to go to foreign m. [111, 112, 120, 859] (see missionary, preacher, apostolate, zeal).

Model Ranch: in Puerto Príncipe, 563, 598.

Modesty: nature of [387]; involves words, deeds, manners [384]; m., a missionary virtue [384–389]; m. impossible without mortification [390]; how he strove to practice m. [385]; resolves to practice m. [389]; Jesus, model of m. [387]; imitation of saints' m. [389, 393]; sorrow for faults against m. [389]. See Mortification, Humility.

Monde, (Le): Paris periodical that praises Claret’s work [896].

Money: does not desire it [174]; found [28]; motivation [200]; chastisement of the world [685] (see poverty).

Montserrat (Virgin of): patroness of Catalonia and of the Librería Religiosa [329, 476]; visits before going to Cuba [500]. See Mary.

Montserrat (Hospital and Church in Madrid) [598, 776]; named its protector [635].

Moral (Theology): knows it like the catechism [103]; imposes two weekly conferences for the Cuban clergy [554]; moral life of priest attacked by Protestants, communists and socialist [729-731].

Mortification:

–excellence of m.: he glories in the Cross of Christ [658]; in one act of m., he can practice ten virtues [414–415]; value of suffering [421]; m. a property of strong and courageous souls [417]; a missionary virtue [390–427]; the greater the m., the brighter the virtue [416]; how the worth of m. is to be measured [418]; proposes it 656.

–necessity of m.: maxim, da mihi sanguine et dabo tibi spiritum [413]; impossible to be modest without m. [390]; or to be perfect [412]; m. necessary if we are to help souls [392] 806; we must suffer m. that come to us from without [680]; m. convinces people [135]; Jesus insists that the missionaries practice m. [684] 806.

–exterior m.: scorned by the world [412, 413]; practices of ext. m. [740, 757–761, 780]; the discipline and cilice [87,107, 411, 644] 724; things we should abstain from [653]; m. at table [132, 367, 408–409, 759–760]; object and motives of ext. m. [403–405, 407, 761]; never revealed his preferences [29, 410]; Jesus and Mary recommend m. to missionaries [406]; m. necessary for missionaries [407, 816]; fasting twice a week [107]; m. of the senses [393–398, 399–410] 689, 720, 721, 725, (see conversations, tongue).

–interior m.: immense value of suffering [421]; m. of the will [149–151]; continual and total m. [391] 684, 703, 729.

–goal of m.: conversion of souls [262]; need for more m. 819; need to teach it 805; examples of m. [228, 229, 393].

Moses: 263, 374, 663, 682.

Mother: sends Claret to a wet-nurse [7] see parents, model for a priest, 756–758.

Music, Sacred: efforts in Cuba [552]; See Chant, Liturgy.

Mysticism: mystical locutions and illuminations [674–685, 690–696, 700, 761, 831, 832, 839]; conservation of Eucharistic species [694] 813; during thanksgiving after Mass [754]; See Eucharist, Jesus Christ, God, Grace, Love.
Nature: contemplation upon [336]

Negation: of one’s own will [149-151]. See Mortification.

Neighbor: love of n. [113, 265–267]; foundation for love of n. [448]; (see souls, love, charity).

Newspapers: prefers to read the Bible [399].

Novena: was equal to a mission [292]; to O. L. of Perpetual Help [736]. See Missionary, Missions.

Novitiate: his desire for perfection in the Jesuit n. [142–167]; obedience in taking part in n. games [149–151]; spiritual conversations [153]; See Jesus, Society of.

Nuncio: comforts and advises Claret [845–851].

Nuns: manner of dealing with [709]; founds a convent dedicated to teaching in Cuba [561]; works for their welfare [709, 716]; preaches in convents [304, 637–639, 709]; gives spiritual exercises [638]. See Religious Women, Common Life.
O Virgin and Mother of God: prayer [317]. See Mary.

Obedience: writes Autobiography out of o. [1]; necessity of o. [192,194, 196–198]; Jesus Christ, model of o. [195]; advantages of o. [194]; Claret's o. to God [671]; to his mother [29]; to his father at work [31]; to his superiors [149, 671]; to the bishop [454–456]; joy in doing the will of others [410]; would not expose himself to danger except out of o. [465–466]; accepts nomination as archbishop out of o. [495–497] 541.

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