Love is a movement, effusion and advancement of the heart toward the good. The soul cannot live without love. All depends on providing it with a worthy object. We can never love our neighbor too much. There is nothing small in the service of God. - St. Francis de SalesRead More
1. Be patient with yourself and your weaknesses. - St. Padre PioRead More
- To all those who shall pray my Rosary devoutly, I promise my special protection and great graces.
- Those who shall persevere in the recitation of my Rosary will receive signal graces.
- The Rosary will be a very powerful armor against Hell; it will destroy vice, deliver from sin, and dispel heresy.
This information is from St. Peter's List. 1. Come Holy Spirit... Father Ted Hesburgh, was the President of the University of Notre Dame for 35 years, "The Holy Spirit is the light and strength of my life, for which I am eternally grateful. My best daily prayer, apart from the Mass and breviary, continues to be simply, 'Come, Holy Spirit.' No better prayer, no better results: much light and much strength."Read More
Anxieties, Pio taught, are a waste of time. Through the machinations of the devil, who makes use of them, anxieties befoul our good actions because of our lack of confidence in God's goodness.Read More
Become friends to those who have no friends. Become family to those who have no family. Become community to those who have no community. If we want peace, we must reach out to the poor. May the rich and poor of the world recognize that we are all brothers and sisters. May we all share what we have with one another as children of the one God, who loves everyone and who offers to everyone the gift of peace.Read More
Remember that you only have one soul; that you have only one death to die; that you have only one life. If you do this, there will be many things about which you care nothing. - St. Teresa of AvilaRead More
Riches and money do not make us rich - what makes us rich is our attachment to them. God gives us things to share, God doesn't give us things to hold, and so the more we learn to share the more we come to know each other, we will love one another, and if we love one another we will be able to share the joy of what we have.Read More
First let a little love entrance into their hearts, and the rest will follow. - St. Philip Neri
You can win more converts with a spoonful of honey than with a barrelful of vinegar. - St. Francis de Sales
Love of our neighbor consists of three things: to desire the greater good of everyone; to do what good we can when we can, to bear, excuse, and hide other's faults. - St. John VianneyRead More
I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. - Philippians 4:13Read More