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jesus is looking at me as once he did upon blind bartimeus. “what wilt thou that i do to thee?” (luke 18:41). lord, that i may see myself as you see me. lord, that my eyes may be open to the shortness of life. lord, that i may understand the value of one degree of merit and so heap up many. 
dear sir — one is often struck, on glancing over the papers, at the numerous appeals made to provide ‘comforts for our troops,’ but no one ever seems to think that the souls of those who have fallen in battle may possibly be in need of much greater comfort than the bodies of their comrades who survive.
with all the spiritual help now at their disposal, even in the very firing line, we may be fairly confident that few, if any, of our catholic men are unprepared to meet almighty god. that does not mean they are fit for heaven. god’s justice must be fully satisfied, and the debt of forgiven sin fully atoned for in purgatory. hence i venture to appeal to the great charity of your readers to provide ‘comforts for our dead soldiers’ by having masses offered for their souls. remembrance of our dead and gratitude are virtues dear to every irish heart. our brave lads have suffered and fought and died for us. they have nobly given their lives for god and country. it is now our turn to make some slight sacrifice, so that they may soon enter into the joy of eternal rest. — very faithfully yours, nemo.
one german prisoner, badly wounded in the leg, was brought in. he knew only a few words of english, but spoke french fluently. i try to do all i can for the unfortunate prisoners, as sometimes not much sympathy is shown them, and they have evidently been drilled into believing that we promptly roast and eat them alive. i gave him a drink, made him as comfortable as possible, and then seeing a rosary in his pocket, asked him was he a catholic. ‘i am a catholic priest,’ i said, ‘and you need not have any fear’.
‘ah’, he replied, ‘you are a true priest’. he gave me his home address in germany, and asked me to write to his parents. ‘poor father and mother will be uneasy,’ he said, as his eyes filled with tears. ‘o my god, how i am suffering, but i offer it all up to you’. i hope to get a letter through by means of the swiss red cross, which will be a comfort to his anxious parents, who seem good pious souls.
i had been along the front line as usual to give the men a general absolution which they are almost as anxious to receive for the comfort it will be for their friends at home, should they fall, as for themselves. i was coming down to the advanced dressing station, when i learned that a small party had ‘gone over the top’ on our right, though i had been told the raid was only from the left. when i got to the spot i found they had all gone and were lying well out in no man’s land. it was a case of mahomet and the mountain once more. the poor ‘mountain’ could not come back, though they were just longing to, but the prophet could go out, could he not? so mahomet rolled over the top of the sandbags into a friendly shell hole, and started to crawl on his hands and knees and stomach towards the german trenches. mahomet, being only a prophet, was allowed to use bad language, of which privilege he availed himself, so report goes, to the full, for the ground was covered with bits of broken barbed wire, shell splinters, nettles, etc., etc., and the poor prophet on his penitential pilgrimage left behind him much honest sweat and not a few drops of blood.
that was a strange scene! a group of men lying on their faces, waiting for certain death to come to some of them, whispering a fervent act of contrition, and god’s priest, feeling mighty uncomfortable and wishing he were safely in bed a thousand miles away, raising his hand in absolution over the prostrate figures. one boy, some little distance off, thinking the absolution had not reached him, knelt bolt upright, and made an act of contrition you could have heard in berlin, nearly giving the whole show away and drawing the enemy’s fire.
there was really little danger, as shell holes were plentiful, but not a little consolation when i buried the dead next day to think that none of them had died without absolution. i was more afraid getting back into our own trenches; for sentries, seeing a man coming from the direction of no man’s land, do not bother much about asking questions and object to nocturnal visitors.
the enemy for once did me a good turn. i had arranged to hear the men’s confessions, shortly before he opened fire and a couple of well- directed shells helped my work immensely by putting the fear of god into the hearts of a few careless boys who might not have troubled about coming near me otherwise. i wonder whether the sacraments were ever administered under stranger circumstances. picture my little dug-out (none too big at any time) packed with men who had dashed in for shelter from the splinters and shrapnel coming down like hail. in one corner is kneeling a poor fellow, recently joined who has not ‘knelt to the priest’, as the men quaintly say, for many a day, trying to make his confession. i make short work of that for a shower of clay and stones falling at the door is a gentle hint that the ‘crumps’ are getting uncomfortably near and i want to give him absolution in case an unwelcome visitor should walk in. then, while outside, the ground rocks and seems to split with the crash of the shells – big chaps some of them – i give them all holy communion, say a short prayer and perform the wonderful feat of packing a few more men into our sardine tin of a house.
as soon as i got the chance i slipped round to see how many casualties there were, for i thought not a mouse could survive the bombardment. thank god no one was killed, or even badly hit, and the firing having ceased, we should breathe again. i was walking up the trench from the dressing station when i heard the scream of another shell…it was then i realised my good fortune. there were two ways to my dug-out and naturally i choose the shorter. this time, without any special reason, i went by the longer way and it was well i did for the shell pitched in the other trench and probably would have caught me nicely as i went by, but instead of that it wreaked its vengeance on my unfortunate orderly, who was close by in his dug-out, sending him spinning on his head, but otherwise not injuring him. i found another string of men awaiting my return for confession and holy communion, in fact quite a busy evening, thanks once more to fritz’s ‘h.e.’ or high explosive, which has a wonderful persuasive effect of its own. i am wondering how many pounds of h.e. i shall require when giving my next retreat. 
you will be sorry to hear that i have lost the good nuns and my little chapel. i call it ‘mine’ as it was associated with so many stirring events in my life at the front. i was on my way there the famous sunday morning when the shells miraculously stopped falling on the road i had to pass. i was going to the same little chapel when the bombardment and gas attack of 27 april began, and several times i have said mass at the altar, which is now in fragments. a few mornings ago a big shell hit the chapel, burst inside, and literally blew it to bits, not a brick being left standing on another. it was the most complete bit of destructive work i have ever seen. i remember the poor nuns telling me that they had become so accustomed to the shelling they did not bother taking shelter in the cellar. for some reason or other (god’s providence over them no doubt) they had gone down to the lower regions this morning and so escaped without a scratch. i am very sorry to leave them, for we had become fast friends and more than once they had bound up my wounds, internal ones be it noted, pouring in rolls and coffee, hot and strong. i think i never met four pluckier women – three times they were sent away by the military authorities and as often came back. i should not be a bit surprised to find them one morning camped once more on the ruins of the convent.
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skip to content remembering fr william doyle sj menu homefeedback fr doyle’s life fr doyle’s relevance for lay people fr doyle’s writings publications about fr doyle testimonies why this blog? thoughts for may 27 from fr willie doyle may 27, 2017may 26, 2017 pk virtues jesus is looking at me as once he did upon blind bartimeus. “what wilt thou that i do to thee?” (luke 18:41). lord, that i may see myself as you see me. lord, that my eyes may be open to the shortness of life. lord, that i may understand the value of one degree of merit and so heap up many.  share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment thoughts for may 26 from fr willie doyle may 26, 2017 pk ireland, saints, wwi dear sir — one is often struck, on glancing over the papers, at the numerous appeals made to provide ‘comforts for our troops,’ but no one ever seems to think that the souls of those who have fallen in battle may possibly be in need of much greater comfort than the bodies of their comrades who survive. with all the spiritual help now at their disposal, even in the very firing line, we may be fairly confident that few, if any, of our catholic men are unprepared to meet almighty god. that does not mean they are fit for heaven. god’s justice must be fully satisfied, and the debt of forgiven sin fully atoned for in purgatory. hence i venture to appeal to the great charity of your readers to provide ‘comforts for our dead soldiers’ by having masses offered for their souls. remembrance of our dead and gratitude are virtues dear to every irish heart. our brave lads have suffered and fought and died for us. they have nobly given their lives for god and country. it is now our turn to make some slight sacrifice, so that they may soon enter into the joy of eternal rest. — very faithfully yours, nemo. comment: this letter appeared in the irish catholic on this day in 1917. the author was, of course, fr doyle himself, who, due to his characteristic humility, wished to disguise his identity and wrote under a pseudonym. was there any limit to his care for the soldiers? he looked after their physical needs, he shared his meagre food with them, he gave up all comfort and even life itself in order to bring the sacraments to them. and here, in the midst of all his other activities, he found time to write a letter back home to encourage masses for the dead. what a simple, yet loving, act this was. he was willing to sacrifice his time to provide aid for the souls of irish soldiers in purgatory. perhaps we can examine our conscience on this issue today. do we pray for the dead? do we remember our deceased loved ones? do we take time out of our busy lives to write letters or emails to those who would appreciate it? do we write letters to newspapers to defend the church in the midst of the persecutions she faces in these times? if fr doyle, facing death every day, found time to do this, do we have any real excuse?  today is also the feast of st philip neri, who died in 1595. st philip is one of those remarkable, lovable saints. there are many aspects of st philip’s life that are similar to that of fr doyle’s. both were renowned for their cheerfulness and love of practical jokes; both had a very affectionate and passionate love for christ which revealed itself with the tenderness with which they greeted religious items and statues; both longed to go on the missions but could not – st philip understood that rome was to be his indies. both were devoted to the ministry of the confessional. in fact, st philip was one of the truly great confessors who was given the mystical gift of reading souls. in relation to today’s quote from fr doyle about the souls in purgatory, we can recall that st philip was always concerned about these departed souls, and when he approached death he begged those whose confessions he heard to say a rosary for his own soul after death. st philip is one of those very lovable saints who is perhaps not as widely known today as he should be, especially in english speaking countries. remarkably, st philip also has a military connection – he is the patron saint of the us special forces, a remarkable fact about an italian saint who died over 400 years ago and never had any connection with the military during his earthly life. st philip neri share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment fr doyle in the irish times may 25, 2017 pk fr doyle links, wwi last week the irish times published a special supplement on the first world war, and it contained 2 articles about fr doyle. one was by carole hope on aspects of fr doyle’s war service. carole is the author of the excellent worshipper and worshipped, which is the definitive account of fr doyle’s military life. it also contained a short article by me, making the argument for fr doyle’s canonisation – a very hard task with a limit of only 500 words! in any event, the articles are now online. here are some links to the articles:  ever-present comfort for the dying above and beyond the call of duty as we approach the 100th anniversary of fr doyle’s death, it is an appropriate occasion to remind people of carole’s book, which gives a very detailed picture of fr doyle’s war life and is hugely informative about this key time in fr doyle’s life.  amazon uk: https://www.amazon.co.uk/worshipper-worshipped-across-chaplain-1915-1917/dp/1908336862 amazon us: https://www.amazon.com/worshipper-worshipped-across-chaplain-1915-1917/dp/1908336862 share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment thoughts for may 24 from fr willie doyle may 24, 2017may 24, 2017 pk wwi one german prisoner, badly wounded in the leg, was brought in. he knew only a few words of english, but spoke french fluently. i try to do all i can for the unfortunate prisoners, as sometimes not much sympathy is shown them, and they have evidently been drilled into believing that we promptly roast and eat them alive. i gave him a drink, made him as comfortable as possible, and then seeing a rosary in his pocket, asked him was he a catholic. ‘i am a catholic priest,’ i said, ‘and you need not have any fear’. ‘ah’, he replied, ‘you are a true priest’. he gave me his home address in germany, and asked me to write to his parents. ‘poor father and mother will be uneasy,’ he said, as his eyes filled with tears. ‘o my god, how i am suffering, but i offer it all up to you’. i hope to get a letter through by means of the swiss red cross, which will be a comfort to his anxious parents, who seem good pious souls. comment: this incident occurred on this day in 1917. it demonstrates fr doyle’s kindness to everyone he met, even to one who was probably firing shells at him just a few days previously. there are many other recorded instances of fr doyle’s kindness to german prisoners. he fed them, tended to their wounds, found them something to eat or drink. in this way he reflected his master who told us to love our enemies and that whatever we do for others should be considered as done to christ also. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment 23 may 1917 may 23, 2017may 23, 2017 pk wwi the following quote from one of fr doyle’s letters recounts some of his war time adventures on 23 may 1917, 100 years ago today. what shines out for us on this occasion is fr doyle’s naturalness, his dedication to providing the sacraments to the soldiers and, as always, his calm courage – i’m not sure that many of us would sum up these events by saying “there was really little danger”… i had been along the front line as usual to give the men a general absolution which they are almost as anxious to receive for the comfort it will be for their friends at home, should they fall, as for themselves. i was coming down to the advanced dressing station, when i learned that a small party had ‘gone over the top’ on our right, though i had been told the raid was only from the left. when i got to the spot i found they had all gone and were lying well out in no man’s land. it was a case of mahomet and the mountain once more. the poor ‘mountain’ could not come back, though they were just longing to, but the prophet could go out, could he not? so mahomet rolled over the top of the sandbags into a friendly shell hole, and started to crawl on his hands and knees and stomach towards the german trenches. mahomet, being only a prophet, was allowed to use bad language, of which privilege he availed himself, so report goes, to the full, for the ground was covered with bits of broken barbed wire, shell splinters, nettles, etc., etc., and the poor prophet on his penitential pilgrimage left behind him much honest sweat and not a few drops of blood. that was a strange scene! a group of men lying on their faces, waiting for certain death to come to some of them, whispering a fervent act of contrition, and god’s priest, feeling mighty uncomfortable and wishing he were safely in bed a thousand miles away, raising his hand in absolution over the prostrate figures. one boy, some little distance off, thinking the absolution had not reached him, knelt bolt upright, and made an act of contrition you could have heard in berlin, nearly giving the whole show away and drawing the enemy’s fire. there was really little danger, as shell holes were plentiful, but not a little consolation when i buried the dead next day to think that none of them had died without absolution. i was more afraid getting back into our own trenches; for sentries, seeing a man coming from the direction of no man’s land, do not bother much about asking questions and object to nocturnal visitors. share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment 22 may 1917 may 22, 2017may 21, 2017 pk wwi the enemy for once did me a good turn. i had arranged to hear the men’s confessions, shortly before he opened fire and a couple of well- directed shells helped my work immensely by putting the fear of god into the hearts of a few careless boys who might not have troubled about coming near me otherwise. i wonder whether the sacraments were ever administered under stranger circumstances. picture my little dug-out (none too big at any time) packed with men who had dashed in for shelter from the splinters and shrapnel coming down like hail. in one corner is kneeling a poor fellow, recently joined who has not ‘knelt to the priest’, as the men quaintly say, for many a day, trying to make his confession. i make short work of that for a shower of clay and stones falling at the door is a gentle hint that the ‘crumps’ are getting uncomfortably near and i want to give him absolution in case an unwelcome visitor should walk in. then, while outside, the ground rocks and seems to split with the crash of the shells – big chaps some of them – i give them all holy communion, say a short prayer and perform the wonderful feat of packing a few more men into our sardine tin of a house. as soon as i got the chance i slipped round to see how many casualties there were, for i thought not a mouse could survive the bombardment. thank god no one was killed, or even badly hit, and the firing having ceased, we should breathe again. i was walking up the trench from the dressing station when i heard the scream of another shell…it was then i realised my good fortune. there were two ways to my dug-out and naturally i choose the shorter. this time, without any special reason, i went by the longer way and it was well i did for the shell pitched in the other trench and probably would have caught me nicely as i went by, but instead of that it wreaked its vengeance on my unfortunate orderly, who was close by in his dug-out, sending him spinning on his head, but otherwise not injuring him. i found another string of men awaiting my return for confession and holy communion, in fact quite a busy evening, thanks once more to fritz’s ‘h.e.’ or high explosive, which has a wonderful persuasive effect of its own. i am wondering how many pounds of h.e. i shall require when giving my next retreat.  share this:emailfacebooktwittermoreprintredditlike this:like loading... leave a comment 22 may 1916 may 22, 2017may 21, 2017 pk wwi you will be sorry to hear that i have lost the good nuns and my little chapel. i call it ‘mine’ as it was associated with so many stirring events in my life at the front. i was on my way there the famous sunday morning when the shells miraculously stopped falling on the road i had to pass. i was going to the same little chapel when the bombardment and gas attack of 27 april began, and several times i have said mass at the altar, which is now in fragments. a few mornings ago a big shell hit the chapel, burst inside, and literally blew it to bits, not a brick being left standing on another. it was the most complete bit of destructive work i have ever seen. i remember the poor nuns telling me that they had become so accustomed to the shelling they did not bother taking shelter in the cellar. for some reason or other (god’s providence over them no doubt) they had gone down to the lower regions this morning and so escaped without a scratch. i am very sorry to leave them, for we had become fast friends and more than once they had bound up my wounds, internal ones be it noted, pouring in rolls and coffee, hot and strong. i think i never met four pluckier women – three times they were sent away by the military authorities and as often came back. i should not be a bit surprised to find them one morning camped once more on the ruins of the convent. 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 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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 may 27 from fr willie doyle thoughts for may 26 from fr willie doyle fr doyle in the irish times thoughts for may 24 from fr willie 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