Saint Anthony Mary Claret


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Observant: See Character.

Occasions of sin: flee them [72] See Sin, Friendship.

Offerings: of suffering [698] 771; to the Lord 819; to Mary 817.

Office, Divine: prepares to recite it [129, 133]; time for reciting [637, 645]; manner of reciting 697, 703, 705, 709, 712, 716, 721, 725.

Office, Little: as means of obtaining vocations [794].

Offices: Claret sees no benefits, rather losses [635–636]; duty to one’s post [652] (see archbishop, duty).

Opportunity: See Apostolate.

Oratorians: his advisors [69, 81, 121]; in critical moments [85].

Orders, Holy: order in which they were conferred at Vich [99]; Claret receives them [90, 100,102, 701, 856]; see Clergy, Priest.

Orders and Congregations, Religious: retreat to Sisters of Perpetual Adoration [738]; helps Benedictines aboard ship [129, 133–134]; Brothers of Christian Doctrine [282]; Capuchins [595, 598, 601]; Carmelites of Rome [137] Carthusians, desire to be one [77–82, 88–89, 113, 449]; Claretians (see Congregation of Missionaries); Daughters of Charity [ 265, 307, 478, 503, 506, 704]; Sisters of Disabled [800]; Dominicans [86, 839]; Franciscans [472, 860]; Jesuits (see Jesus, Society of); Mercedarians [137]; Oratorians [19, 81, 85, 121]; Piarists [800]; Royal Salesians [800]; Servites. [800]; Sisters of St. Joseph (Suppl.); Teaching Sisters of Mary Immaculate (foundation of) [561]; Tertiaries (Carmelites of Charity) [6, 265, 776, 793, 800].

Organists: brought from the peninsula to Cuba [552]; (see music, sacred).
Pain: acts [655]; for his past vanities [341]; for the ills of the Church in Andalucia [728]; given by the Lord [681]; the Virgin asks that he repent [676]; rheumatic 547 (see forgiveness).

Painting: comparison on humility 765.

Palace, Royal: moral reform [769–772]. See Court.

Pallium: where received it and who conferred it [862].

Pamphlets: see Leaflets, Books.

Pardon: asks God to pardon world [663]; his neighbor [660, 663]; his detractors [628, 867]; his assailant at Holguin [583, 585]; image of Christ of P. speaks to him [832] (see suffering.)

Parents: love for them [31, 52]; qualities [3, 28, 37]; task of education [25, 28, 29]; docility to them [27, 29, 64]; gratitude [26]; temptation against his mother [52]; intervention of his father in the vocation of Antonio [77–78] (see mother, teacher).

Passarell, Jaime: (co worker), 313, 488, 496.

Passion of Jesus: meditates on it at prayer [741]; Jesus approves leaflet on P. [692] 812; knowledge of passion 767–768.

Pastoral Letters: to clergy [547–548]; to the faithful [549]; two on the Immaculate Conception [549] 798; against evil books [549]. See Archbishop.

Pastoral Ministry: in Sallent 546-547; tireless 528.

Patience: necessity of [185] 775-776; wisdom of [651]; asks God for [657]; p. in adversities [653, 667, 857]; Jesus tells him to have p. [693]; its advantages 669; with it suffer the faults of all 677; proposes it 663–664, 690-691. See Impatience, Meekness, Tranquility.

Paul, St.: incentive to Claret [224] (see name index).

Peace: in the Cuban residence [608–613]; means of keeping p. [610–613]; how to develop interior p. 716, 720, 725, 771–772.

Pedagogy: popular [185]; method of using comparisons [297–299]; short and manageable books [312] (see books, writer); catechesis [106, 284]; manner of correcting others [33–34]; meekness in dealing with people [372–373, 377] (see meekness, confessor); preaching methods and style [288, 290, 469–471]; (see preaching, psychology, childhood).

Penitence: See Mortification.

Perfection: nature of [651]; difficulty of [59]; means of attaining [653] 678, 692, 722–723, 729; resolves always to do the more perfect thing [649]; desire for holiness [113, 142] 644; See Humility.

Perpetual Adoration, Sisters of: gives them spiritual exercises [738] (see nuns, religious women).

Persecutions: to be suffered for the love of God [653, 667, 689, 752]; 1ove of p. [679]; perseverance in the midst of p. [671]; demonic p. of Claret [462-464]; p. during missions [457–459, 466]; in Cuba [518–520] (see archbishop); divine help amid p. [464, 477]. See Slander, Assassination.

Perseverance: hopes for it through Mary [154]; means of achieving [264] 722–723.

Peter, St.: 94,196, 223, 439, 654, 664, 679,697,793.

Petitions: for himself [655–658]; for the faithful [659–663] See prayer.

Philosophy: in the Escorial [870, 871]; he studied p. for three years 526.

Physics: lab in Cuba [566]; facility for it [59, 60, 62].

Piarists: gave them spiritual exercises [800].

Piety: visits churches [128]; enjoys praying [701]; of the queen [620] See Prayer, Fervor, Mysticism.

Pius IX: 332, 581, 844.

Pladebella, John: (co worker), 502, 514,597,598.

Planets: symbol of spiritual life [623].

Plan of Life: as a seminarian [86–87] 515–516. See Schedule.

Pleasures: resulting chastisements [685] See Sin.

Politics: political motivation [629]; never meddled in [625, 629, 854] 549; prudence in avoiding subject while preaching [291, 458]; slandered for meddling in p. [864]. See Archbishop.

Poor: love for the p. [10]; apostolate to them [562–569]; aid to [665]; sermons to [704]; does not complain 695; day dedicated to them 690–691, 696, 699; devotion to the p. as a way of reaching perfection 692.

Pope: love for [836]; defends his temporal rights [841–844]. See Italy; Pope's letter to queen [841–844].

Port of Tosas: see name index.

Portuguese: treated him well on the Islands of Terceiras [590].

Possession, diabolical: cases presented to him [183]; cases of true p. rare [183,187]; feigned p. to get attention [188]. See Exorcism.

Poverty: fear of consequences of p. (St. Teresa) [245]; resignation amid p. [785]; excellence of [370]; necessity of [359]; virtue of the missionary [357–371]; examples of [363–370]; motive [362] 677; how Christ practiced p. [359] 532, 677, 681–682; desire for [467]; voluntary [130]; Claret seeks the poorest [649] 653, 654; does not accept stipend for ministry 652; asks the Lord to inspire priests to practice it [371]; Claret's personal p. [132, 359, 486, 634] 653; detachment from money [133, 360–362]; its fruits [362–364, 370–371]; results of p. in society [133, 135, 362]; its effects on Claret [364–367] see Detachment, Mortification.

Prayer: necessity of [191] 740; power of [191]; qualities of [392, 663, 741]; care with which Claret prayed [781] 681, 684; p. as a means of the apostolate (St. Teresa) [255, 258]; (St. M. de Pazzi) [260–262, 263–273]; p. as preparation for preaching [665]; effects of p. [691, 761]; the Lord asks him to pray more [678]; the more p., the better [745]; apostolate of p. [242, 265] 742; enjoins p. on Cuban clergy [554]; p. to angels and saints for souls [264, 267, 268]; for enemies 549; comparisons 512, 684; of Christ on the cross 829.

–mental p.: daily [86,108, 610, 645] 650, 662, 698; themes and methods 679, 698, 722, 742;.keeping in mind the meditation of the day 728

–vocal p.: method of [766]; two prayers composed by Claret [154, 157]; devotions [646, 765]; accompanied by meditation on mysteries of rosary and Passion of Christ [741]; Claret prefers vocal to purely mental prayer [766]; p. to Mary before every mission [270–272].

Preacher: desire to preach [764]; p. is God's instrument [704]; Claret a tire­less p. [504, 639, 703]; Marian p. [668]; faults of preachers [287]; (see missionary).

Preaching: excellence of [238–240]; effects of [117]; object of [697] 531; rectitude of intention in p. [241, 439]; preparation for [288, 665]; sources of Claret's p. [300]; sermon topics [470] 684; missionary methods and approaches [289–293, 469, 672]; vocation to p. [681–682, 697–698]; places Claret preached in [454–455]; makes Sunday p. obligatory in his diocese [559]; p. to different classes of people [263, 474 637, 705, 776]; p. and politics [291]. See Politics, Missionary, Apostolate, Preacher, .

Predictions: See Prophecies.

Preferences (likes): mortification [410, 653]; followed others [29] (see mortification).

Presence of God: awareness of [764]; prevents sinning [673]; resolves always to remain in [648, 748] 534, 652, 662, 676, 684, 690, 706, 710, 713, 720, 725; teaching of various saints 706, 709, 710, 714; recollected to maintain p. of God 713; teach how to maintain p. of God 724; its effects 747–751; (see God).

Press: powerful weapon for good or evil [310] see Librería Religiosa, apostolate, writer.

Pride: origin of evil [92]; things that lead to p. [188]; Claret is proud by nature [666]; spiritual lust 827; (see humility, vanity).

Priest: spiritual and bodily physician [172–182]; should stand between the world and its ruin [662]; vocation to priesthood [40]; follows it [64] (see vocation); ordination [100–102]; ordination day [701]; assistant at Sallent [104–106]; administrator [106–112]; regent of Viladrau [167–174, 193]; felt tied down in parish [112, 120, 174]; better a missionary than a canon [631]; preached separately to priests [304, 474]; clergy conferences [554]; stipends [552]; good priests [735]; bad priests [ 811–817].

priestly duties: preaching [109]; apostolate [234]; hearing confessions [110]; serving the faithful [111]; visiting the sick [110]; prudence concerning exorcisms [190]



priestly qualities: must be virtuous [111, 135, 812]; well educated [811–817]; knowledgeable [326, 811–814] (see Knowl­edge, Studies); priestly love [439, 441]; chastity [393–397] (see chastity); poverty [371]; humility [401]; zeal [13, 111] 757–758; cooperation [106]; meekness [376–378]; study habits [106, 812–814]; obedience [192–195]; schedule [107–111].

–enemies of priesthood [730–733]; contempt for, slanders against priesthood [734]; mockery of priests [734]; (see clergy, humility, vocation, liturgy).

Priesthood: date of ordination [857] 546–547, 537; (see sacred orders).

Prisoners: preaches to p. [165]; visits them in Madrid [637] (see archbishop, social action).

Prodigal Son: theme of sermon [296].

Propaganda: importance of written p. [708]; need of [310–322]; distribution of books, rosaries, holy cards, etc. [544–545, 705, 799]; universality of p. [640]. See Writer, Books.

Propagation of the Faith: Vatican Congregation [111, 120, 138] 547; desire to serve it [701,859] (see also the name index).

Property: respect for other’s [28] (see communism, socialists)

Prophecies: of Cuban earthquakes [528]; of cholera epidemic [535]; of world chastisements [685].

Prophets: their example, an incentive for his apostolate [214–219]; lesser prophets [220].

Protestants: calumny against priests [729]; harm done [717, 728]; means of propaganda [717–718].

Protestantism: chastisement of world [685]; evil in Spain [695]; effects [719–727].

Providence: inscrutable [125]; wondrous ways of P. [66, 71–77, 166–169]; everything comes from God [420, 536] 716, 720, 721; P. watches over us [152]; special P. for Claret [52, 56, 115]; in his childhood [7]; in his vocation [64]; in his trips [126–128, 590]; amid persecutions [477–479, 587]; in Madrid [622]; in his social work [569]; in missions [464]; lets himself be led by P. [40].

Prudence: origin and growth [383]; in offering himself for missions [194]; in dealing with cases of possession [184–187, 191]; regulates zeal [383].

Psychology: knowledge of people [185, 191]; way of correcting others [33-34]; treating people with meekness [372–373, 377]; of written propaganda [312]; (see pedagogy, social action, confession, confessor, preaching, missionary, archbishop).

Punishments: announces [685].

Purgatory: helpfulness of prayer [264–266] (see apostolate, communion).

Purification: through enemies 766, 776–777.

Purity: See Chastity.
Queen (Isabel II): esteems Claret and follows his advice [625, 768, 840]; her edifying conduct at court [620]; moral conduct and piety of [768–772]; makes yearly Spiritual Exercises [768, 778]; charitable [768]; handiwork [617]; deceived by her ministers [834]; (see court).
Reading: need for and benefits of [214, 226, 227, 234]; spiritual r. as a child [25]; need for good spiritual r. see books; at meals [87, 610, 646] 662; Claret's spiritual r. [801]; enjoins spiritual r. for day of recollection [554]; books he uses for spiritual r. [746] 651, 722; the Lord grants him graces while at spiritual r. [797]; resolves to teach spiritual r. 726.

Receptions: at the palace [772].

Recollection: deeper, as result of conservation of sacramental species [694] 813; Jesus taught St. Catherine 714; the Virgin Mary taught Mother Ágreda 714; teachings of other saints 714; a chapel in the heart 681; (see modesty, grace, mysticism).

Recollection, Day of: enjoins one day a month on Cuban clergy; makes monthly day of r. himself, 644, 740, 780.

Recreation: forced to take r. in novitiate [149]; spiritual conversations during r. [153]; takes part in r. with his household, in Cuba [610]; (see rest).

Rectitude of Intention: necessity of [197, 199]; resolves to do everything with r. of i. [545, 549, 648, 747, 790]; eating, resting, and studying with r. of i [789] 698–699, 704, 707–708, 711; r. of i., and come what may [651] (see love).

Religion, Catholic: attacked by communists, socialists and Protestants [730-733].

Religious, Franciscan: See Franciscan Sisters.

Religious Life: appreciation of habit [141]; glory of (St. Teresa) [244]; spirit of 578–280; (see Orders and Congregations).

Religious Women: apostles [234–263]; means of their apostolate (St. Teresa) [ 255]; apostolic vocation (St. Teresa) [258]; apostolic zeal (St. M. de Pazzi) [259–262]; apostolate of ordinary works (St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzis) [262]; nuns pray like Moses [ 263]; prayer for sinners, the just, the poor souls [265, 267]; Claret exhorts nuns to pray for his apostolate [263]; prefers not to be nuns' confessor [263]; sermons to [704]. See Common Life, Religious Orders.

Religious Reform: in the First Vatican Council 625–626.

Reminder: made by Claret to himself 771 (see definition of a missionary).

Renouncement: of all pleasures for the love of God [391]; and for love of Jesus 682.

Republic, (The): evil menacing Spain [695] (see Spain).

Resignation: amid work and suffering [667]; to God's will [762]; accepting the cup of suffering, 687; (see adversities, slander, persecution, will of God).

Resigning, Thoughts of: as archbishop: great inconveniences 671; examples of holy bishops 672–674; goal of his deliberation 672–674.

Resolutions: those he wishes to keep [642–650]; retreat r. [740–756, 780–792]; reads them every Sunday 725.

Rest: takes only a little r. (maxim), [745]; rises at 3:00 a.m., [637, 645, 801]; retires at 10:00 p.m., [646]; siesta, [646]; mortification in taking rest, [757]; rectitude of intention while resting, [744, 789] (see dream).

Retreat, Spiritual: imposes monthly day of r. upon the Cuban clergy [554]; resolves to do a monthly r. [644, 740, 780] 650, 661, 690, 693, 697, 702, 705, 709, 712, 716, 720.

Riches: greed reigns more than ever [375–358]; r. are love and divine grace [657] (see poverty).

Right Path, (The): most widely distributed book and has resulted in the most conversions [323]; now in the 39th edition [476]; at court all have a copy [616] (see writer, books).

Rivers: difficulty in wading through them [369, 461]; supernatural aid in crossing them [368] (see trips).

Robbers: released by [123–125].

Rodríguez, Alphonsus, S.J.: 43, 413, 746.

Rooster: his teachings [664–665]; symbol of the preacher: 809.

Rosary:

excellence of r. [45]; a means of the apostolate [266]; his shield in the apostolate [271]; remedy for the evils of Spain [695–696] 813.

–Claret's devotion to: as a child [44–49] 539; in the factory [46]; in Barcelona [66]; confrere of r. [94]; r. schedule [ 94]; consecrated Bishop on feast of r. [499]; recites it aboard ship [130]; leads r. during missions [266]; recites r. in Cuba [610]; says whole rosary every day [ 66,108, 610, 646, 765, 801]; manner of reciting r. [741]; aspiration in honor of r. [269]; visits to Our Lady of the R. [86]; receives grace of conserving sacramental species in Church of R., at La Granja [694].

–Apostle of devotion for.: Mary tells him he should be the Dominic of modern times [677]; propagates devotion to r. [55] 823; preaching and teaching how to recite r. [266] 725–726; sermon topic [296]; substitute name for a mission [468]; distributes rosaries [337, 545, 779]; making rosaries (J. of Avila) [229]; the queen and her court recite r. every day [616, 768]. See Mary.

Rose of Lima, St.: [239].

Roser, (El): book by which Claret learned to pray the Rosary [45].

Rovira, Philip: (co worker), 502, 514, 596,598.

Royal Salesians: [800].

Rules for Clerical Communities: book [799].

Rules for Popular Libraries: booklet [799].

Rules for Students: (in Latin) [799].
Sacrament(s): Aspiration [269]; frequency [38–39, 685–686]. See Blessed Sacrament.

Sacred History: knows by heart and says it [24] (see Bible).

Sacred Scripture: not understood [491] (see Bible) (see name index).

Sacrifice: See Mortification

Sadness: strives never to allow himself to be overcome by s. [650].

Saints: need for s. (St. Teresa) [244]; their glory and joy [244]; intercession of the s. [97, 267]; aspiration to the s. [269]; Fathers of the Church an incentive to his apostolate [225–227]; effects of reading the Lives of the S. [ 214–232]; daily reads life of the s. of the day [87, 616]; s., models he proposes to imitate [642, 650]; women s., as missionaries whose zeal should embarrass men [234–263]; age of death of some s. 780–782.

Sala, Carmelo: (Claret's confessor), 816

Sala, Stephen, C.M.F.: (Cofounder and Claret's successor as director of the Congregation), 489, 496.

Salvation (of souls): offers himself to God for this 698, 704, 707, 711; what Jesus did [752] 700; saved from the sea for this 700 (see souls, zeal).

Samaritan woman: in the prayer of Claret 804–805

San Marí, Lorenzo: (co worker), 502, 514, 526, 595, 599, 600.

Santiago, Cuba: see Archbishop.

Satan: against seminarians 821 (see name index).

Scapulars: gave them and taught how they are to be worn [337]; wrote booklet about them [339]. (see apostolate, missions, medals).

Schedule: plan of life, [644–­650]; s. of day in Cuba, [610]; in Madrid,[ 637, 644–650, 801]; each day, [645, 646].

Sheets, Loose: See Pamphlets.

Scholarships: paying for the studies of another, a means of the apostolate (St. Rose of Lima) [241].

School: punctual and prepared [22].

Self-control: See. Humility, Meekness, Modesty, Mortification.

Self-knowledge: noverim me 691, 714, 717 (see humility).
Self-will: denial of [149–151, 649]; to do all things with a will [790]; See Humility, Character, Mortification.

Seminarians: Catalan s. in Cuba invited by Claret [557]; sermons to s. [707]; donates books [779]; his vacations as a s. [91]; (see student, missionary, clergy, studies, vocation).

Seminary: care of Bishop Corcuera [91, 92]; restoration of s. in Cuba [555–556]; minor s. 574; not conviennt to have too many 575–576; talk to Spanish bishops about seminaries 616–620; s. of El Escorial [869–872] (see archbishop, bishops, clergy, priest, Escorial).

Senses: See mortification.

Sermons: different from doctrinal instructions [294]; essential vs. optional [294]; distribution of essential s. on various days of mission [295]; introduced by resume of previous day's s. [293]; based on congregation's needs [294]; style of s. [297–299] (see comparisons); sources [300]; themes [295–296]; preached as many as 12 in a day [703–704]; preached everywhere [304]; never discussed his s. [400]; grateful for criticisms of s. [400]. See Preacher, Missionary .

Service to the Court: conduct [778] (see court, queen).

Ship: upon from Cuba the s. foundered 563.

Sick: visits the s., [110] 728; daily, [170,173]; in the evening at Madrid, [637]; in Viladrau, the s. only die in Claret's absence, [173]; s. drawn to him as they were to Jesus, [180, 181]; preaches special sermons to s., [474]; in the General Hospital at Madrid, [479]; conversations with them 727; (see doctor, charity, social work).

Sickness: providential, [166,167,182]; bearing s., [653]; returns from Rome because of s., [859]; s. because of queen's recognition of Kingdom of Italy, [837–838] (see adversities).

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