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June 29, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – The following text comes from Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò.
THE WORLD, THE FLESH, AND THE DEVIL
Scitote quoniam Dominus ipse est Deus:
Ipse fecit nos, et non ipsi nos.
Know that the Lord is God: He made us, and not we ourselves. Ps 99:3
The enemies of our soul are always the same, and the snares they set for us are always the same. The world, with its seductions; the flesh, corrupted by original sin and inclined to evil; and the Devil, the eternal enemy of our salvation who uses the flesh to besiege us. Two external enemies and one internal one, always ready to make us fall in a moment of distraction, of weakness. These spiritual enemies accompany each one of us from infancy to old age, and all of humanity down the generations and ages.
The allies we can count on to defeat the world, the flesh, and the Devil are the Grace of God, the frequent reception of the Sacraments, the exercise of the Virtues, prayer, penance, the consideration of the Last Things, meditation on the Passion of the Lord, and living in His presence. …