Monday, August 6, 2012

Spirituality: Constitutions pp. 22-23

The end result of his God-given natural character and temperament, his infused contemplation, his university studies, and his experiences in founding and organizing the Society was a mysticism which impelled him not merely toward love of God in contemplative solitude but also toward service through love. Intense union with God within the soul was combined with a powerful orientation toward apostolic activity.... His ideal of apostolic spirituality was to seek and find God in all things.