Sermons of St. Alphonsus Liguori

Sermons of St. Alphonsus Liguori: For All the Sundays of the Year

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One of the most powerful and compelling spiritual books ever written. Expounding on the theme, “What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul”.

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The Sermons of St. Alphonsus Liguori is one of the most powerful and compelling spiritual books ever written. Expounding on the theme, “What doth it profit a man if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul”. Saint Alphonsus dwells repeatedly on the Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven and Hell. Relentlessly, he brings the reader to considering his own eternal destiny. No one can read the Sermons of without being profoundly moved.

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Sermons of St. Alphonsus Liguori: For All the Sundays of the Year
TABLE OF CONTENTS


OBJECT OF THE WORK

INSTRUCTIONS TO PREACHERS

SERMON I. First Sunday of Advent :
On the General Judgment

SERMON II. Second Sunday of Advent :
On the advantages of tribulations

SERMON III. Third Sunday of Advent :
On the means necessary for salvation

SERMON IV. Fourth Sunday of Advent :
On the love of Jesus Christ for us, and on our obligation to love him

SERMON V. Sunday within the Octave of the Nativity:
In what true wisdom consists

SERMON VI.
On the malice of mortal sin

SERMON VII. Second Sunday after the Epiphany
On the confidence with which we ought to recommend ourselves to the Mother of God

SERMON VIIL Third Sunday after the Epiphany:
On the remorse of the damned

SERMON IX. Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany :
Dangers to eternal salvation

SERMON X. Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany :
On the pains of hell

SERMON XL Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany :
On the death of the just

SERMON XII. Septuagesima Sunday :
On the importance of salvation

SERMON XI II Scxagesima Sunday :
On the unhappy life of sinners, and on the happy ltfe of those who love God

SERMON XIV. Quinquagesima Sunday:
Decisions of sinners

SERMON XV. First Sunday of Lent:
On the number of sins beyond which God pardons
no more

SERMON XVL Second Sunday of Lent :
On heaven

SERMON XVII. Third Sunday of Lent :
On concealing sins in confession

SERMON XVIII. Fourth Sunday of Lent :
On the tender compassion which Jesus Christ entertains towards sinners

SERMON XIX. Passion Sunday :
On the danger to ivhich tepidity exposes the soul

SERMON XX. Palm Sunday :
On the evil effects of bad habits

SERMON XXL Easter Sunday :
On the miserable state of relapsing sinners

SERMON XXII. First Sunday after Easter :
On avoiding the occasions of sin

SERMON XXIII. Second Sunday after Easter :
On scandal

SERMON XXIV. Third Sunday after Easter :
On the value of time

SERMON XXV. Fourth Sunday after Easter :
On obedience to your confessor

SERMON XXVI. Fifth Sunday after Easter :
On the conditions of prayer

SERMON XXVII. Sixth Sunday after Easter :
On human respect

SERMON XXVIII Pentecost Sunday :
On conformity to the will of God

SERMON XXIX. Trinity Sunday :
On the love of the Three Divine Persons for man

SERMON XXX. First Sunday after Pentecost :
On charity to our neighbour

SERMON XXXI. Second Sunday after Pentecost :
On holy communion

SERMON XXXII. Third Sunday after Pentecost :
On the mercy of God towards sinners

SERMON XXXIII. Fourth Sunday after Pentecost :
Death is certain and uncertain

SERMON XXXIV Fifth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the sin of anger

SERMON XXXV. Sixth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the vanity of the world

SERMON XXXVI. Seventh Sunday after Pentecost :
On the education of children

SERMON XXXVIL Eighth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the particular Judgment

SERMON XXXVIII, Ninth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the death of the sinner

SERMON XXXIX. Tenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the efficacy and necessity of prayer

SERMON XL. Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost :
On tlie vice of speaking immodestly

SERMON XLL Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the abuse of divine mercy

SERMON XL1L Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On avoiding bad company

SERMON XLIIL Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost:
All ends and soon ends

SERMON XLIV. Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the practical death, or on what ordinarily hap
pens at the death of men of the vjorld

SERMON XL V. Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On impurity

SERMON XLVL Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the love of God

SERMON XL VII. Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost :
On bad thoughts

SERMON XL VIII. Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost:
On the pain of loss which t/te damned suffer in hell 363

SERMON XLIX. Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost :
On the predominant passion

SERMON L. Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost :
On the eternity of hell

SERMON LI. Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost :
On straits and anguish of dying Christians who have
been negligent during life about the duties of
religion 388

SERMON LIL Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost :
On impenitence

SERMON LI II. Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost :
On blasphemy

 

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