See this online text:
- “The Call to Holiness and Personal Vocation” (lecture), by Professor Germain Grisez, Ph.D. Delivered on 16 October 2004 at a conference on personal vocation presented by the Newman Centre of McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. Available in pdf format (here) through this page of The Way of the Lord Jesus.
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“Rid your minds, then, of every encumbrance, keep full mastery of your senses, and set your hopes on the gracious gift that is offered you when Jesus Christ appears. Obedience should be native to you now; you must not retain the mould of your former untutored appetites. No, it is a holy God who has called you, and you too must be holy in all the ordering of your lives; You must be holy, the scripture says, because I am holy. You appeal to God as your Father; yes, but he judges each man impartially by what he has done; look anxiously, then, to the ordering of your lives while your stay on earth lasts.” (I Peter i, 13-17)