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jesus knows i have only one wish in this world: to love him and him alone. for the rest he has carte blanche to do as he pleases in my regard. i just leave myself in his loving hands, and so have no anxiety or care, but great peace of soul.
take, o lord, and receive my liberty, my health and strength, my limbs, my flesh, my blood, my very life. do with me just as you wish; i embrace all lovingly – sufferings, wounds, death if only it will glorify you one tiny bit.
receive, o lord, all my liberty. take my memory, my understanding, and my entire will. whatsoever i have or hold, you have given me; i give it all back to you and surrender it wholly to be governed by your will. give me only your love and your grace, and i am rich enough and ask for nothing more.
i see more and more that self-indulgence even in lawful things brings only unhappiness; and i realise i can never be truly content or at peace till i make my life a crucified one, and this always.
some time ago i read the life of father william doyle, the irish jesuit-chaplain, who was killed in the late world war. it was made up chiefly from a diary which he kept, and which, i am sure, he never intended for eyes other than his own. what struck me most in his life was the fact that this good missionary priest had never done anything extraordinary. one day, not long ago, i met a good shepherd nun who had known father doyle very intimately in ireland. i asked her if she could tell me anything about the secret of his holiness. she told me that holiness was as natural to father doyle as wings are to a bird. she had known him in his youth, and she had greeted him upon the occasion of his ordination. like (saint) therese, he had always the desire of going on a foreign mission where he might suffer martyrdom.
he was never singular. in a gathering he was just one of his brethren, earnest in his work, and just as eager as the rest in his play. he practiced mortifications, but they were simple ones. for example, he ate everything at table just as it came from the kitchen. he refrained from using salt, and only when he was away from home did he take butter. this he did to avoid being noticed. this may all sound very childish, but have you ever noticed that those who appeal most to the worldliest and busiest of men are the orphan child and the old man who has been reduced once more by the ravages of age to a second childhood? the charge our nuns in the orphan asylums, and those little sisters of the poor in our homes for the aged never want sympathy.
hence we find that our little saint performed no exterior works of greatness. she used to speak of her way to holiness as “the little way for little souls”. like the holy jesuit whom i have just mentioned, she did the common things of life uncommonly well. herein lay the secret of her sanctity. herein lies for us the happy thought that we, too, and will become saints of god, if we but perform the ordinary duties of our state in life extraordinarily well.
worries? of course; and thank god. how else are you going to be a saint? “when thou comest to the service of god, prepare thy soul for temptation” – which means trials and worries of all kinds.
if you train yourself to see god’s hand in all things and rather to be glad when everything goes wrong, you will enjoy great interior peace. here is a most important spiritual maxim for you: a soul which is not at peace and happy will never be really holy. 
‘two men badly wounded in the firing line, sir.’ i was fast asleep, snugly tucked up in my blankets, dreaming a pleasant dream of something ‘hot.’ one always dreams of lovely hot things at night in the trenches, sitting at a warm fire at home, or of huge piles of food and drink, but always steaming hot.
‘you will need to be quick, father, to find them alive.’ by this time i had grasped the fact that someone was calling me, that some poor dying man needed help, that perhaps a soul was in danger. in a few seconds i had pulled on my big boots, i know i should want them in the mud and wet, jumped into my waterproof and darted down the trench.
it was just 2 a.m., bitterly cold and snowing hard. god help the poor fellows holding the tumbled in ditch which is called the front line, standing there wet and more than frozen, hour after hour; but more than all god help and strengthen the victims of this war, the wounded soldier with his torn and bleeding body lying out in this awful biting cold, praying for the help that seems so slow in coming.
the first part of my journey was easy enough, except that the snow made it difficult to keep one’s feet, and i began to realise that one cannot run as easily at 44 as one could at 24.
all went well till i reached a certain part of the trench, which rejoices in the attractive name of ‘suicide corner,’ from the fact that the germans have a machine gun trained on it and at intervals during the night pump a shower of lead on that spot in the hope of knocking out some chance passer-by.
it was just my luck that as i came near this place i heard the ‘rat-tat- tat’ of the beastly gun and the whiz of the passing bullets. it was not a pleasant prospect to run the gauntlet and skip through the bullets ‘made in germany’ but what priest would hesitate for a second with two dying men at the end of the trench? i ducked my head and ‘chivvied’ down that trench. (i do not know what this word means, but i believe it implies terrific speed and breathless excitement.)
in the dark and at that distance i was quite invisible to the german gunner, but i think the old boy himself was turning the handle that night, but luckily for me was out of practice; the cold i expect upset his aim. away on my left as i ran i could hear in the stillness of the night the grinding ‘rat-tat-tat’ of the machine gun, for all the world as if a hundred german carpenters were driving nails into my coffin, while overhead ‘crack, crack, whiz, whiz’ went the bullets tearing one after another for fear they would be too late.
it was a novel experience to have a whole machine gun all to yourself, but it is a pleasure i am not particularly anxious to repeat. at the same time i do not think i was really in any great danger as judging by the sound the leaden shower was going too high.
the guns make all movement by night very unpleasant. both sides have any number of them firing all night, from time to time at fixed points, for example cross-roads, ‘dumps,’ light railways etc., everywhere in fact where men are likely to be. yet in spite of the fact that each fires about 10,000 rounds each night and bullets are flying about like mosquitos, it is very rare indeed that anyone is hit, weeks at a time without a casualty and scarcely never if one takes the ordinary precautions.
the first man was ‘in extremis’ when i reached him. i did all i could for him, commended his soul to the merciful god as he had only a few minutes to live, and hurried on to find the other wounded boy.
a journey along the firing line in the day time is not an easy matter, but in the darkness of the night it baffles description. a star shell from time to time gave me light and i made good progress, only to end in blackness and a pool or a shell hole full of mud and water.
i found the dying lad, he was not much more, so tightly jammed into a corner of the trench it was almost impossible to get him out. both legs were smashed, one in two or three places, so his chances of life were small as there were other injuries as well. what a harrowing picture that scene would have made. a splendid young soldier, married only a month they told me, lying there pale and motionless in the mud and water with the life crushed out of him by a cruel shell. the stretcher bearers hard at work binding up as well as they may his broken limbs; round about a group of silent tommies looking on and wondering when will their turn come. peace for a moment seems to have taken possession of the battlefield; not a sound save the deep boom of some far off gun and the stifled moans of the dying boy, while as if anxious to hide the scene, nature drops her soft mantle of snow on the living and dead alike. then while every head is bared come the solemn words of absolution, ‘ego te absolve,’ i absolve thee from thy sins. depart christian soul and may the lord jesus christ receive thee with a smiling and benign countenance. amen.
oh! surely the gentle saviour did receive with open arms the brave lad who had laid down his life for him, and as i turned away i felt happy in the thought that his soul was already safe in that land where ‘god will wipe away all sorrow from our eyes, for weeping and mourning shall be no more’.
we are all god’s children, fashioned by his divine hands after his own image and likeness. from all eternity he has thought of us; before time was, we were present to his mind; and through the long ages which have passed away since first this world was made. god busied himself with our creation. he has longed for the hour when he could call us his children.
i am eternal in god’s love. have i always loved him in time?
as regards prayer, you should try to follow the attraction of the holy spirit, for all souls are not led by the same path. it would not be well to spend all the time in vocal prayer, there should be some meditation, thought or contemplation. try “basking in the sun of god’s love,” that is, quietly kneeling before the tabernacle, as you would sit enjoying the warm sunshine, not trying to do anything, except love him; but realizing that, during all the time you are at his feet, more especially when dry and cold, grace is dropping down upon your soul and you are growing fast in holiness.
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skip to content remembering fr william doyle sj menu homefeedbackfr doyle’s lifefr doyle’s relevance for lay peoplefr doyle’s writingspublications about fr doyletestimonieswhy this blog? thoughts for january 16 from fr willie doyle january 16, 2017january 15, 2017 pk saints, virtues blessed chiara luce badano jesus knows i have only one wish in this world: to love him and him alone. for the rest he has carte blanche to do as he pleases in my regard. i just leave myself in his loving hands, and so have no anxiety or care, but great peace of soul. take, o lord, and receive my liberty, my health and strength, my limbs, my flesh, my blood, my very life. do with me just as you wish; i embrace all lovingly – sufferings, wounds, death if only it will glorify you one tiny bit. comment: the confident embrace of god’s will, even if this means suffering and difficulties, is the hallmark of high sanctity. in today’s quote, fr doyle shows us his complete acceptance of god’s will. every time we say the our father, we express our willingness that god’s will be done on earth. most of us think very little about what this means. so often we really mean that we want our will to be done; so often we can automatically assume that god’s will coincides nicely with our own. but it doesn’t always happen this way. some of the most difficult moments in life occur when god’s will fundamentally differs from our own. in such circumstances we must learn to trust in god, and remember that he is a loving father who directs everything to our ultimate good, even if it means suffering in the short term. yes, this may be hard to accept, but we see the truth of this again and again in the lives of the saints. we see the serenity of victim souls like st therese or st gemma galgani despite their illness; we see the cheerfulness of martyrs as they face death; we see the joy of st francis or st teresa or st john of the cross as they embraced radical poverty. we see a particularly striking example of this in the life of the recently beatified chiara luce badano who died at the age of 18 in 1990 from bone cancer. her parents report that she went through a short struggle to accept the cross of cancer, but having once accepted it, she radiated peace and serenity. and of course we see the good humour of fr doyle himself so eloquently expressed in all of his letters sent home from the trenches. none of this is easy to do. it is certainly easy to write and to theorise about the life of the saints when all is going well, but it is surely more difficult to embrace god’s will with complete joy and abandonment when we truly face great difficulties. yet that is what sanctity ultimately means. while we should not pretend that it is easily acquired, ultimately there is a peace to be found in abandoning ourselves into god’s loving hands. the challenge is to learn how to willingly find this abandonment and peace at all times of life, not just when we have run out of options and have no choice but to accept the finality of god’s will. fr doyle’s prayer today is very similar to the suscipe of st ignatius, founder of the jesuits. here is the full text of st ignatius’ prayer: receive, o lord, all my liberty. take my memory, my understanding, and my entire will. whatsoever i have or hold, you have given me; i give it all back to you and surrender it wholly to be governed by your will. give me only your love and your grace, and i am rich enough and ask for nothing more. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment thoughts for january 15 from fr willie doyle january 15, 2017january 14, 2017 pk reparation, self-conquest i see more and more that self-indulgence even in lawful things brings only unhappiness; and i realise i can never be truly content or at peace till i make my life a crucified one, and this always. comment: fr doyle wrote these words on this day in 1914. his was advice was not for everyone – he was specifically writing about himself in his private diary. counter-intuitively, he found that whenever he indulged himself (presumably in little ways, such as taking butter on his bread or having a full night’s sleep), that he was less happy. elsewhere he reported that not performing penance left him tired and lethargic but that penance invigorated him. this is surely an important sign that fr doyle truly had a specific calling to a life of asceticism. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment “holiness was as natural to fr doyle as wings to a bird” january 15, 2017january 16, 2017 pk fr doyle links, virtues, wwi monsignor quinn some time ago i read the life of father william doyle, the irish jesuit-chaplain, who was killed in the late world war. it was made up chiefly from a diary which he kept, and which, i am sure, he never intended for eyes other than his own. what struck me most in his life was the fact that this good missionary priest had never done anything extraordinary. one day, not long ago, i met a good shepherd nun who had known father doyle very intimately in ireland. i asked her if she could tell me anything about the secret of his holiness. she told me that holiness was as natural to father doyle as wings are to a bird. she had known him in his youth, and she had greeted him upon the occasion of his ordination. like (saint) therese, he had always the desire of going on a foreign mission where he might suffer martyrdom. he was never singular. in a gathering he was just one of his brethren, earnest in his work, and just as eager as the rest in his play. he practiced mortifications, but they were simple ones. for example, he ate everything at table just as it came from the kitchen. he refrained from using salt, and only when he was away from home did he take butter. this he did to avoid being noticed. this may all sound very childish, but have you ever noticed that those who appeal most to the worldliest and busiest of men are the orphan child and the old man who has been reduced once more by the ravages of age to a second childhood? the charge our nuns in the orphan asylums, and those little sisters of the poor in our homes for the aged never want sympathy. hence we find that our little saint performed no exterior works of greatness. she used to speak of her way to holiness as “the little way for little souls”. like the holy jesuit whom i have just mentioned, she did the common things of life uncommonly well. herein lay the secret of her sanctity. herein lies for us the happy thought that we, too, and will become saints of god, if we but perform the ordinary duties of our state in life extraordinarily well. holiness was as natural to fr doyle as wings to a bird! what a wonderful testimony! these words were written by the servant of god servant of god monsignor bernard quinn, who was born on this day in 1888 in new jersey. his father and mother were both irish – from counties cavan and offaly respectively. monsignor quinn was himself a chaplain in the first world war, and perhaps this is why fr doyle’s life and example impressed him so much. they both also shared a great devotion to st therese. fr doyle also went to lisieux; he visited therese’s grave but it is not recorded if he said mass in the room in which she was born. monsignor quinn was renowned for his remarkable pastoral care for the black people in his area, long before this was seen as normal or acceptable. he was known as a second st peter claver, after the jesuit saint who tended to the black slaves in south america in the 17th century. in this stance he showed great courage and a pioneering spirit, something else that he shared with fr doyle (fr doyle was a pioneer in encouraging retreats for lay people in the face of some clerical opposition; he also organised very effective fundraising campaigns for the missions through what he called his “black baby crusade”). monsignor quinn died at the early age of 52 in 1940 and his cause was officially opened in 2010. more information on monsignor quinn can be found at www.fatherquinn.org monsignor quinn wrote a booklet and novena in honour of st therese (from which today’s quote was taken). it can be found here: http://www.fatherquinn.org/docs/writings/the_little_flower_booklet_1925.pdf in the example of the servant of god monsignor quinn we find another holy soul who admired, and was inspired by, fr doyle. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... 2 comments thoughts for january 14 from fr willie doyle january 14, 2017 pk virtues worries? of course; and thank god. how else are you going to be a saint? “when thou comest to the service of god, prepare thy soul for temptation” – which means trials and worries of all kinds. if you train yourself to see god’s hand in all things and rather to be glad when everything goes wrong, you will enjoy great interior peace. here is a most important spiritual maxim for you: a soul which is not at peace and happy will never be really holy.  share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment 13 january 1917: fr doyle gives the last rites to dying soldiers january 13, 2017january 12, 2017 pk wwi 100 years ago tonight fr doyle was awoken to absolve some dying soldiers. this is his description of the event, sent home in one of his regular updates to his family. two things really stick out. firstly, his dedication to his family, and to keeping them informed and easing their fears. this would have taken some time to write, and probably not in very comfortable circumstances. he could easily have taken some much needed rest instead of writing this letter. secondly we see his dedication to his priestly duty. he faced some danger in trying to reach the soldiers and came under significant fire as he tried to reach them, but for him that danger was of no consequence, for as he said himself: “what priest would hesitate for a second with two dying men at the end of the trench”. ‘two men badly wounded in the firing line, sir.’ i was fast asleep, snugly tucked up in my blankets, dreaming a pleasant dream of something ‘hot.’ one always dreams of lovely hot things at night in the trenches, sitting at a warm fire at home, or of huge piles of food and drink, but always steaming hot. ‘you will need to be quick, father, to find them alive.’ by this time i had grasped the fact that someone was calling me, that some poor dying man needed help, that perhaps a soul was in danger. in a few seconds i had pulled on my big boots, i know i should want them in the mud and wet, jumped into my waterproof and darted down the trench. it was just 2 a.m., bitterly cold and snowing hard. god help the poor fellows holding the tumbled in ditch which is called the front line, standing there wet and more than frozen, hour after hour; but more than all god help and strengthen the victims of this war, the wounded soldier with his torn and bleeding body lying out in this awful biting cold, praying for the help that seems so slow in coming. the first part of my journey was easy enough, except that the snow made it difficult to keep one’s feet, and i began to realise that one cannot run as easily at 44 as one could at 24. all went well till i reached a certain part of the trench, which rejoices in the attractive name of ‘suicide corner,’ from the fact that the germans have a machine gun trained on it and at intervals during the night pump a shower of lead on that spot in the hope of knocking out some chance passer-by. it was just my luck that as i came near this place i heard the ‘rat-tat- tat’ of the beastly gun and the whiz of the passing bullets. it was not a pleasant prospect to run the gauntlet and skip through the bullets ‘made in germany’ but what priest would hesitate for a second with two dying men at the end of the trench? i ducked my head and ‘chivvied’ down that trench. (i do not know what this word means, but i believe it implies terrific speed and breathless excitement.) in the dark and at that distance i was quite invisible to the german gunner, but i think the old boy himself was turning the handle that night, but luckily for me was out of practice; the cold i expect upset his aim. away on my left as i ran i could hear in the stillness of the night the grinding ‘rat-tat-tat’ of the machine gun, for all the world as if a hundred german carpenters were driving nails into my coffin, while overhead ‘crack, crack, whiz, whiz’ went the bullets tearing one after another for fear they would be too late. it was a novel experience to have a whole machine gun all to yourself, but it is a pleasure i am not particularly anxious to repeat. at the same time i do not think i was really in any great danger as judging by the sound the leaden shower was going too high. the guns make all movement by night very unpleasant. both sides have any number of them firing all night, from time to time at fixed points, for example cross-roads, ‘dumps,’ light railways etc., everywhere in fact where men are likely to be. yet in spite of the fact that each fires about 10,000 rounds each night and bullets are flying about like mosquitos, it is very rare indeed that anyone is hit, weeks at a time without a casualty and scarcely never if one takes the ordinary precautions. the first man was ‘in extremis’ when i reached him. i did all i could for him, commended his soul to the merciful god as he had only a few minutes to live, and hurried on to find the other wounded boy. a journey along the firing line in the day time is not an easy matter, but in the darkness of the night it baffles description. a star shell from time to time gave me light and i made good progress, only to end in blackness and a pool or a shell hole full of mud and water. i found the dying lad, he was not much more, so tightly jammed into a corner of the trench it was almost impossible to get him out. both legs were smashed, one in two or three places, so his chances of life were small as there were other injuries as well. what a harrowing picture that scene would have made. a splendid young soldier, married only a month they told me, lying there pale and motionless in the mud and water with the life crushed out of him by a cruel shell. the stretcher bearers hard at work binding up as well as they may his broken limbs; round about a group of silent tommies looking on and wondering when will their turn come. peace for a moment seems to have taken possession of the battlefield; not a sound save the deep boom of some far off gun and the stifled moans of the dying boy, while as if anxious to hide the scene, nature drops her soft mantle of snow on the living and dead alike. then while every head is bared come the solemn words of absolution, ‘ego te absolve,’ i absolve thee from thy sins. depart christian soul and may the lord jesus christ receive thee with a smiling and benign countenance. amen. oh! surely the gentle saviour did receive with open arms the brave lad who had laid down his life for him, and as i turned away i felt happy in the thought that his soul was already safe in that land where ‘god will wipe away all sorrow from our eyes, for weeping and mourning shall be no more’. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment thoughts for january 13 from fr willie doyle january 13, 2017january 12, 2017 pk virtues we are all god’s children, fashioned by his divine hands after his own image and likeness. from all eternity he has thought of us; before time was, we were present to his mind; and through the long ages which have passed away since first this world was made. god busied himself with our creation. he has longed for the hour when he could call us his children. i am eternal in god’s love. have i always loved him in time? share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment thoughts for january 12 from fr willie doyle january 12, 2017january 11, 2017 pk prayer, saints as regards prayer, you should try to follow the attraction of the holy spirit, for all souls are not led by the same path. it would not be well to spend all the time in vocal prayer, there should be some meditation, thought or contemplation. try “basking in the sun of god’s love,” that is, quietly kneeling before the tabernacle, as you would sit enjoying the warm sunshine, not trying to do anything, except love him; but realizing that, during all the time you are at his feet, more especially when dry and cold, grace is dropping down upon your soul and you are growing fast in holiness. comment: in today’s quote, fr doyle teaches us something very important about prayer – we are all lead by a different path. there are many spiritualities in the church. of course, this doesn’t mean that any and all spiritualities are advisable, but nonetheless it is a broad church and the holy spirit will lead us along the right path if we are sufficiently well disposed to follow. sometimes people can form a negative image of fr doyle if they think too much about his own purely personal austerity. today we see fr doyle in all of his gentleness and liberality and balance. this gentleness and balance was always a key characteristic of his advice to others. today’s quote also reminds me of a story about st john vianney. i cannot remember whether the story is told about his own prayer, or whether he is meant to have told this story about somebody else’s prayer and i cannot find a definitive version of the story online. in any event, the story is that a holy person who spent much time in the church before the tabernacle (as i say, the holy person was either the saint himself or one of his parishioners) was asked what he did during this time. the response was “i just look at him, and he just looks at me”. such a simple (and exalted) prayer will not be suitable for everyone, but the point is that there is a lot more to prayer than vocal prayer. if we receive the correct spiritual direction and formation and are well disposed, the holy spirit will lead us along the right path. st john vianney share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment post navigation ← older posts fr william doyle sj contact frwilliedoyle at gmail dot com find us on facebook follow us on twitter follow blog via email enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. books about fr doyle click here to buy o'rahilly's classic biography of fr doyle click here to buy carole hope's new biography of fr doyle, with special focus on world war 1. click here to buy the new cts booklet on fr doyle by k.v. turley. click here to buy trench priest, a 168 page magazine about fr doyle video tribute to fr doyle prayer (for private use only) o jesus, who has given us the example of your servant, father william doyle, graciously grant us the favours we ask you through his intercession...[make petition.] teach us to imitate his love for you, his heroic devotion to your service, his zeal for repairing the outrages done to your glory and for the salvation of souls. hear our prayer and show us the credit he now enjoys in heaven so that we may soon be able to venerate him in public worship." our father, hail mary, glory be about this blog this blog seeks to share some daily reflections from the writings of the heroic jesuit "martyr" fr wille doyle. my hope is that more people can come to know, and learn from, this remarkable man. a more complete explanation of this blog can be found by clicking on why this blog? at the top of the page. comments and emails are welcome. frwilliedoyle at gmail.com fr doyle in uniform archives january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 search this site search for: prayer for priests by fr doyle o my god, pour out in abundance thy spirit of sacrifice upon thy priests. it is both their glory and their duty to become victims, to be burnt up for souls, to live without ordinary joys, to be often the objects of distrust, injustice, and persecution. the words they say every day at the altar, "this is my body, this is my blood," grant them to apply to themselves: "i am no longer myself, i am jesus, jesus crucified. i am, like the bread and wine, a substance no longer itself, but by consecration another." o my god, i burn with desire for the sanctification of thy priests. i wish all the priestly hands which touch thee were hands whose touch is gentle and pleasing to thee, that all the mouths uttering such sublime words at the altar should never descend to speaking trivialities. let priests in all their person stay at the level of their lofty functions, let every man find them simple and great, like the holy eucharist, accessible to all yet above the rest of men. o my god, grant them to carry with them from the mass of today, a thirst for the mass of tomorrow, and grant them, ladened themselves with gifts, to share these abundantly with their fellow men. amen. declaration in obedience to the decree of pope urban viii, all that all that is written on this site about fr. doyle has no other force or credit than such as is grounded on human authority. hence no expression or statement is intended to assume the approbation or anticipate the decision of the church. recent posts on remembering fr willie doyle thoughts for january 16 from fr willie doyle thoughts for january 15 from fr willie doyle “holiness was as natural to fr doyle as wings to a bird” thoughts for january 14 from fr willie doyle 13 january 1917: fr doyle gives the last rites to dying soldiers january 2017 m t w t f s s « dec 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 top posts "holiness was as natural to fr doyle as wings to a bird" thoughts for january 16 from fr willie doyle 13 january 1917: fr doyle gives the last rites to dying soldiers thoughts for january 15 from fr willie doyle thoughts for february 19 (anniversary of fr john sullivan sj) from fr willie doyle fr doyle's writings fr doyle's life thoughts for january 14 from fr willie doyle january 10: anniversary of fr paul ginhac sj why this blog? 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