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She was greatly afflicted because, when raising her eyes at the elevation to see the consecrated host, she once involuntarily saw the countenance of the priest. Aloysius never looked at his own mother in the face. Arsenius, that a noble lady went to visit him in the desert, to beg of him to recommend her to God.

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The eyes must be carefully guarded by all who expect not to be obliged to join in the lamentation of Jeremiah: “My eye hath wasted my soul.” By the introduction of sinful affections my eyes have destroyed my soul. Gregory says, that “the eyes, because they draw us to sin, must be depressed.” If not restrained, they will become instruments of hell, to force the soul to sin almost against its will.

“He that looks at a dangerous object,” continues the saint, “begins to will what he wills not.” It was this the inspired writer intended to express when he said of Holofernes, that the beauty of Judith made his soul captive.

For, the images and impressions caused by the objects seen before, or by the wandering of the eyes, during prayer, will occasion a thousand distractions, and banish all recollection from the soul.

It is certain that without recollection a religious can pay but little attention to the practice of humility, patience, mortification, or of the other virtues.

that all inordinate affections and desires are excited.

Hence, holy Job made a covenant with his eyes, that he would not so much as think upon a virgin.

To practise modesty of the eyes is the duty of a religious, not only because it is necessary for her own improvement in virtue, but also because it is necessary for the edification of others. John the Baptist, a religious should be a burning and shining light.

God only knows the human heart: man sees only the exterior actions, and by them he is edified or scandalized. She ought to be a torch burning with charity, and shining resplendent by her modesty, to all who behold her.

Augustine, “our eyes should by chance fall upon others, let us take care never to fix them upon any one.” Father Manareo, when taking leave of St.

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