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Didicus



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MessagePosté le: Jeu Avr 21, 2022 1:22 am    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Didicus arrived in Rome to make sure his soul can ascend to heaven the day he dies. There has been some confusing on wether he was baptised or not, and he wanted to be sure he got things right.
Therefor there was only 1 man he knew that could make sure no mistakes were made.

After a brief contact with His Eminence, Didicus decided to travel to Rome with his brother.

Upon arrival, he entered the San Pablo Church.

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Kalixtus
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MessagePosté le: Jeu Avr 21, 2022 4:07 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

    The old Roman church that existed a little outside the big city was already very old and had character. On the Jesuit compound, it was mainly reserved for the Jesuits, but Kalixtus also liked to celebrate smaller masses and even sacraments here, which did not have to be held in such huge cathedrals and basilicas. Moreover, Kalixtus liked to be here in the midst of the olive groves and the peaceful countryside. Of course, it was more difficult for the guests from Holland to come here, since it was a bit more hidden. So he was glad that the boys found their way here.

    When he saw them enter, the cardinal was in conversation with a brother in the apse. Their conversation ended when he asked Didicus and Cesar to join him.

    Welcome to the spiritual heart of the Jesuit Order. The living room of the brothers and sisters, so to speak. But actually, there is not so much going on in the convent anymore, since most of the brothers and sisters are on assignment around the world, serving as cardinals and bishops in their home countries.

    Therefore, the church here is always free and actually much too beautiful to be so completely forgotten. That is why I like to be here and celebrate the small masses and sacraments without much of an audience. What kind of ceremonies he has already experienced in this context - he did not tell about naked ceremonies and those at midnight with hundreds of candles. His gaze rested on the Two Men and the Cardinal finished his introduction and would now proceed directly to the Sacrament.


    Kalixtus smiled and reached for the pitcher of water and let it flow into the baptismal font:

      "Certainly we are caught in matter, subject to its rules, but our goal is to turn to YOU, ETERNAL PERFECT SPIRIT. According to my feeling YOU have therefore given the sense of the love to the life." Thereupon GOD said: "Man, because you are the only one who understands that it is about the love, I make your kind to MY children. And now you know that the talent of your kind is his ability to love ME and the his. The other species can only love themselves."




    With that, he blessed the water and he asked Didicus and Cesar to come directly to him at the baptismal font and he held out both hands to them.

      Let us recite the Creed:

      I believe in God, the Almighty Most High,
      Creator of heaven and earth,
      the hells and the paradise,
      Judge of our soul at the hour of death.

      And in Aristotle, his prophet,
      son of Nicomachus and Phaetis,
      sent to teach the misguided people
      the wisdom and the divine laws of the universe.

      I also believe in Christos,
      born of Maria and Giosep.
      He dedicated his life to us, showed the way to paradise.
      So it happened that after suffering Ponce,
      died in martyrdom to save us.
      He returned to the sun, where Aristotle was waiting for him at the right hand of the Almighty.

      I believe in the action of God;
      in the One and Indivisible Holy Roman Aristotelian Church;
      in the communion of saints;
      in the forgiveness of sins;
      in eternal life.

      AMEN

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Lord_cesar



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MessagePosté le: Jeu Avr 21, 2022 8:51 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Cesar travelled with his brother to rome to the mighty San Pablo Church. he always wanted to be baptised, but never got the chance. Now finally can he be baptised and its the loved Cardinal that is going to baptise him, Its really an honor for him.

upon arrival he sees the cardinal and when he gives more information about baptism and the church. he listens carefully and nods with much respect.

he reaches for the hand of the cardinal and he repeats after him.



I believe in God, the Almighty Most High,
Creator of heaven and earth,
the hells and the paradise,
Judge of our soul at the hour of death.

And in Aristotle, his prophet,
son of Nicomachus and Phaetis,
sent to teach the misguided people
the wisdom and the divine laws of the universe.

I also believe in Christos,
born of Maria and Giosep.
He dedicated his life to us, showed the way to paradise.
So it happened that after suffering Ponce,
died in martyrdom to save us.
He returned to the sun, where Aristotle was waiting for him at the right hand of the Almighty.

I believe in the action of God;
in the One and Indivisible Holy Roman Aristotelian Church;
in the communion of saints;
in the forgiveness of sins;
in eternal life.

AMEN
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Didicus



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MessagePosté le: Jeu Avr 21, 2022 11:29 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Didicus reaches for the hand of the Cardinal and his brother and repeated the Creed:

I believe in God, the Almighty Most High,
Creator of heaven and earth,
the hells and the paradise,
Judge of our soul at the hour of death.

And in Aristotle, his prophet,
son of Nicomachus and Phaetis,
sent to teach the misguided people
the wisdom and the divine laws of the universe.

I also believe in Christos,
born of Maria and Giosep.
He dedicated his life to us, showed the way to paradise.
So it happened that after suffering Ponce,
died in martyrdom to save us.
He returned to the sun, where Aristotle was waiting for him at the right hand of the Almighty.

I believe in the action of God;
in the One and Indivisible Holy Roman Aristotelian Church;
in the communion of saints;
in the forgiveness of sins;
in eternal life.

AMEN

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Kalixtus
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MessagePosté le: Dim Avr 24, 2022 10:12 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

    Kalixtus smiled and then nodded before delegating the men's heads a little closer over the baptismal font, drawing their chins towards him with his index finger. Then he dipped his hand into the basin, scooped up some water, dripped it over Didicus' and Cesar's heads and spoke the anointing words:

      I baptise you in the name of the Aristotelian Church and in the name of the Almighty for friendship with all the saints and for the love of the Father of mankind

    He was then handed a white cloth to dry his hands and one for Disicus and Cesar to dry their foreheads. Another acolyte brought him the medallion of Aristotle in cyan.



    He put it around their necks on a long chain as a sign of the Community of the Aristots.

    Behold the living symbol of faith as the orthodox. Behold people of the Aristots - Behold saints, archangels and prophets - the Church lives and with her this world breathes in the harmony of virtue.

    Then they brought him the baptismal candle, lit it on the annual candle and presented it to him as well.



    This is the light of the world, in the hands of a child of God. In her rests the union of the teachings as a force, as an energy that governs all our lives. A life dedicated to virtues and truth in the splendour of God.

    Kalixtus sang the chant - Asperges me - sprinkle me. A chant that welcomed the baptised into the Community of the Aristots.


    The cardinal nodded encouragingly and then the acolyte came with the bread. Kalixtus blessed it with a silent prayer before lifting it and breaking it in the light of the rising sun.

    This is the living memory of the Last Supper of the prophet Christos. The bread that is a symbol of Aristotelian friendship. A symbol that demonstrates to us that we all come from the Creator's hand and here in the house of God everyone is equal..

    He divided the bread and handed it to the acolytes, he handed it to Didicus and Cesar and took a piece himself before lifting his fingers for the final blessing.

      The Lord bless you and keep you;
      The Lord make his face to shine upon you and be gracious to you;
      The Lord lift up his countenance upon you and give you peace.

      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.
      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, miserere nobis.
      Agnus Dei, qui tollis peccata mundi, dona nobis pacem.



    Let us say one last prayer together:

      Almighty God and Father,

      it is love that leads us to you and it is love that strengthens in us the will for contemplation and repentance.
      and it is your love that makes us hope for eternal peace in the solar paradise.
      May this love never end.

      Through Christos, the Prophet, who reigns in union with Aristotle for all eternity.

      Amen


    Kalixtus raised his voice for the final canon - the Te Deum and then he would disappear into the sacristy. He beckoned Didicus and Cesar to come along, however, as he would issue them the baptismal certificate 1 and certificate 2 there.

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Didicus



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MessagePosté le: Lun Avr 25, 2022 10:12 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Didicus listened to every word. He hanged on His Eminence's lips and repeated after him:

Almighty God and Father,

it is love that leads us to you and it is love that strengthens in us the will for contemplation and repentance.
and it is your love that makes us hope for eternal peace in the solar paradise.
May this love never end.

Through Christos, the Prophet, who reigns in union with Aristotle for all eternity.

Amen


He then followed him into to Sacristy to recieve his certificate. He was glad there was no longer any doubt about the fact that he was now member of the Aristots.
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MessagePosté le: Lun Avr 25, 2022 10:19 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Cesar listens and he smileys, finally. he repeats after Didicus.

Almighty God and Father,

it is love that leads us to you and it is love that strengthens in us the will for contemplation and repentance.
and it is your love that makes us hope for eternal peace in the solar paradise.
May this love never end.

Through Christos, the Prophet, who reigns in union with Aristotle for all eternity.

Amen
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MessagePosté le: Sam Juil 02, 2022 11:33 pm    Sujet du message: Répondre en citant

Mucho tiempo había pasado desde su última visita la Iglesia de San Pablo de la orden jesuita a la que pertenecía. Una crisis existencial le había obligado a marcharse a un largo retiro espiritual en busca de la luz que quizá habia perdido en aquellos días

Hoy volvía a Roma, a esta bella iglesia en que había vivido uno de los días mas felices de su vida, el de su ingreso en la Orden Jesuita. Cuando ingresó lo hizo movido por una idea común del mundo y de la Iglesia, hoy volvía de nuevo a arrodillarse en aquellos bancos con la certeza de que esa idea era la luz y el camino a seguir hacia el Altísimo.

Se arrodilló en un banco como era su costumbre y rezó una oración

San Arnvald, mientras viviste con nosotros,
fuiste el abogado de los pobres,
el magistrado imparcial, severo pero justo,
la Providencia de todas las personas justiciables.
Escucha hoy nuestra oración.

Haznos amar la justicia como tú la amaste.
Haz que sepamos defender nuestros derechos,
buscando sobre todo la reconciliación y la paz.
Para que "la justicia se vuelva en amistad aristotélica",
sin indulgencia para la culpabilidad de un amigo o de un poderoso.

Guíanos por el camino sembrado de trampas a la integridad,
capaz de resistir a la atracción del poder y las riquezas,
respetuoso de la palabra dada y del ideal de honor caballeresco,
protégenos de la tentación de las facilidades y de la Criatura sin Nombre.

Tú, el modelo del prelado humilde,
que recorría nuestros campos en busca de la verdad,
que trastornabas a las muchedumbres con el fuego de tu palabra
y el resplandor de tu vida,
haz que nuestro país tenga los hombres rectos que necesita.

San Arnvald el justiciero, orad por nosotros.
Ayúdanos a conciliar el ideal del justo medio aristotélico
con tu ejemplo de búsqueda de Justicia, Verdad e Integridad.


Sus túnica de la orden le volvia a acompañar en cada minuto de vida
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