I would like to tell you all the little cheering things that God permits to fall in our way.
Be careful never to make too many laws. If you draw the string too tight, it will break.
The garment that Catherine wore, that she handed on to us, is the mantle of justice.
Since there is very little good can be accomplished, or evil avoided, without the aid of money, we must look after it in small as well as in great matters.
Mercy not only bestows benefits, but receives us anew and pardons again and again.
Each day is a step we make towards eternity.
We seem to forget that God calls upon us to take up our cross, and that this cross must be composed of something.
Catherine's services for the Callaghans allowed her to feel her own sense of worth, and led her to make a valiant effort to develop that same sense in others.
Thus we may hope to get on, taking short, careful steps, not great strides.
The sight of the poor should fill us with compassion.
Just leave things to God. He knows what is best for us.
God has never bestowed all his blessings on one person. He did not give to St. Peter what he gave to St. Paul, nor to either what he gave to St. John.
Let us never desire more than enough.
Meditation... helps us to focus our attention and enables us to be connected to all that happens in our lives and in the World.
What gives significance and relevance to our lives is the quality of our attachment to the Lord.
Generosity of mind for the religious state ... is bestowing ourselves most freely and relying with unhesitating confidence on the Providence of God.
She whirled to the boundaries of time… her step resounded mercy around the world.