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For the substance of the meditation, we can use a book if that is helpful. There are many books of meditations. St Alphonsus wrote several, we can use The Imitation of Christ or the Meditations on the Passion by St Thomas a Kempis, St Josemaria's collection for every day of the year, Bible Alive or some other collection of reflections on the readings for the Mass, the text of the Gospels: there is plenty to choose from. St Alphonsus considers those who are unable to read and says that they could meditate on the four last things, the goodness of God, or the life and passion of Jesus Christ. St Ignatius taught his followers to imagine that they were at the Gospel scene, and to think of what Our Lord might say, or how they might feel.

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