Fraternal Charity
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Fraternal Charity

By Benôit Valuy
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Table of Contents
  • FRATERNAL CHARITY
    • BY
    • REV. FATHER VALUY, S.J.
      • BENZIGER BROTHERS
    • BENZIGER BROTHERS
  • Contents
  • FRATERNAL CHARITY
  • I
    • CHARITY THE PECULIAR VIRTUE OF CHRIST
  • II
    • FIRST FUNDAMENTAL TRUTH
      • We are all members of the great Christian family
    • We are all members of the great Christian family
  • III
    • SECOND FUNDAMENTAL TRUTH
    • We are members of the same religious family
  • IV
    • THE FAMILY SPIRIT
  • V
    • EGOTISM, OR SELF-SEEKING
  • VI
    • FIRST CHARACTERISTIC OF FRATERNAL CHARITY
      • To esteem our brethren interiorly
    • To esteem our brethren interiorly
  • VII
    • SECOND CHARACTERISTIC
      • To treat brethren with respect, openness, and cordiality
    • To treat brethren with respect, openness, and cordiality
  • VIII
    • THIRD CHARACTERISTIC
      • To work harmoniously with those in the same employment, and not to cause any inconvenience to them
    • To work harmoniously with those in the same employment, and not to cause any inconvenience to them
  • IX
    • FOURTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • To accommodate oneself to persons of different humour
    • To accommodate oneself to persons of different humour
  • X
    • FIFTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • To refuse no reasonable service, and to accept or refuse in an affable manner
    • To refuse no reasonable service, and to accept or refuse in an affable manner
  • XI
    • SIXTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • To share the joys and griefs of our brethren
    • To share the joys and griefs of our brethren
  • XII
    • SEVENTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • Not to be irritated when others wrong us
    • Not to be irritated when others wrong us
  • XIII
    • EIGHTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • To practise moderation and consideration
    • To practise moderation and consideration
  • XIV
    • NINTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • Care of the sick and infirm
    • Care of the sick and infirm
  • XV
    • TENTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • Prayer for living and deceased brethren
    • Prayer for living and deceased brethren
  • XVI
    • ELEVENTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • To have a lively interest in the whole Order, in its works, its success, and its failures
    • To have a lively interest in the whole Order, in its works, its success, and its failures
  • XVII
    • TWELFTH CHARACTERISTIC
      • Mutual Edification
    • Mutual Edification
  • XVIII
    • EXTENT AND DELICACY OF GOD'S CHARITY FOR MEN
  • XIX
    • EXTENT AND DELICACY OF THE CHARITY OF JESUS CHRIST DURING HIS MORTAL LIFE
  • XX
    • FIRST PRESERVATIVE
      • How to fortify ourselves against uncharitable conversations, the principal danger to fraternal charity
    • How to fortify ourselves against uncharitable conversations, the principal danger to fraternal charity
  • XXI
    • SECOND PRESERVATIVE
      • To meditate on what the Saints say
    • To meditate on what the Saints say
  • XXII
    • THIRD PRESERVATIVE
      • To guard the tongue
    • To guard the tongue
  • XXIII
    • FOURTH PRESERVATIVE
      • To be on our guard with certain persons
    • To be on our guard with certain persons
  • XXIV
    • FIFTH PRESERVATIVE
      • To be cautious in letter-writing and visiting
    • To be cautious in letter-writing and visiting
  • XXV
    • SIXTH PRESERVATIVE
      • Caution in communication with superiors
    • Caution in communication with superiors
  • XXVI
    • SEVENTH PRESERVATIVE
      • Caution in doubtful cases
    • Caution in doubtful cases
  • XXVII
    • EIGHTH PRESERVATIVE
      • To check uncharitable conversation in others
    • To check uncharitable conversation in others
  • XXVIII
    • NINTH PRESERVATIVE
      • How to check uncharitable conversation in superiors, etc.
    • How to check uncharitable conversation in superiors, etc.
  • XXIX
    • TENTH PRESERVATIVE
      • Be cautious after hearing uncharitable conversation
    • Be cautious after hearing uncharitable conversation
  • XXX
    • ELEVENTH PRESERVATIVE
      • Not to judge or suspect rashly
    • Not to judge or suspect rashly
  • XXXI
    • MEANS TO SUPPORT THE EVIL THOUGHTS AND TONGUES OF OTHERS
  • XXXII
    • SECOND MEANS TO BEAR WITH OTHERS
  • XXXIII
    • CONCLUSION
  • APPENDIX
    • THE PRACTICE OF FRATERNAL CHARITY (FATHER FABER)
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