M Vincent Harnett
June 17

Whatever trials or difficulties Catherine had she never appeared sad or dejected.

M Vincent Harnett

May 31

Many do not enter the road of prayer because they are not humble enough to make inquiries.

M Frances Warde

May 30

Her [Catherine's] absorption in the Word of God, written and incarnate, called her to imitate the example of Jesus in translating the love of God to others.

Joanna Regan and Isabelle Keiss

May 29

Wherever a religious woman presides, peace and good order are generally to be found.

Catherine McAuley

May 28

Our story shows a growing awareness of the injustices in our own hearts as well as in the political and economic structures in our country and world.

Gabrielle Jennings

May 27

No work of charity can be more productive of good to society ... than the careful instruction of women..

Catherine McAuley

May 26

Availability and sensitivity to the needs of others are features of Catherine’s legacy.

Angela Bolster

May 25

My God, I am Thine for all eternity; teach me to cast my whole self into the arms of Thy Providence.

Catherine McAuley

May 24

Hurrah for foundations! Makes the old young and the young merry.

Catherine McAuley

May 23

Catherine believed deeply in the enabling fire of God’s love.

Mary Sullivan

May 22

We should consider a good spiritual book as a letter sent from Heaven.

M Frances Warde

May 21

Help me to be quick to see and ready to encourage whatever brings the laughter of God into an otherwise uninspired day.

Dorothy Kline

May 20

How do we expect to take up our cross and follow Christ if we are not to meet with it in those with whom we are associated?

Catherine McAuley

May 19

Prayer will do more ... than all the money in the Bank of Ireland.

Catherine McAuley

May 18

Catherine had the eye of a utilitarian rather than a poet.

M Bertrand Degnan

May 17

Catherine discovered mercy at work in her life, experiencing within her concrete situation her own need.

M Joanna Regan

May 16

Catherine’s confidence in God’s guidance gave her courage to take extraordinary risks.

M Carmel Bourke