Carmel Bourke
April 20

Catherine McAuley's virtue of confidence in God is a fundamental principle of her apostolic spirituality - her simple, unswerving trust in the abiding providence of God.

Carmel Bourke

March 18

Get all the prayers you can for me - that I may get through this new business as well as I can.

Catherine McAuley

March 17

The best way to regard all happenings is as designed or at least permitted by God.

M Patricia O’Neill

March 16

Often burnished as gold in the fire, Catherine came forth…more compassionate, more possessed by God.

M Joanna Regan

March 15

Among the many natural virtues inherent in M McAuley’s character, I should say that sincerity held first place.

M Paul Xavier Warde

March 14

Tenderness is a quality of nobility, a mark of sensitivity; it is the signature of mercy.

M Silverius Shields

March 13

Show your instructions in your actions as much as you can.

Catherine McAuley

March 12

The followers of Catherine...were impelled by the gift of dynamic zeal from the Holy Spirit and the gentle enlightenment…of Christ, the Divine Light.

M Hermenia Muldrey

March 11

Take what He will from us, He still leaves His holy peace.

Catherine McAuley

March 10

Our foundress…always did what the circumstances of each place required in order to bring mercy to the poor.

M Austin Carroll

March 09

She asserted the value of prayer and contemplation, and the importance of a profound inner life, while insisting at the same time that in service of God's people, works unite us to

Joanna Regan and Isabelle Keiss

March 08

The voice of mercy is truly authentic when it is the voice of justice.

Ethel Bignell

March 07

If the glory of God requires it, I dare not oppose it.

M Ursula Frayne

March 06

Your whole life should be a continual act of praise and prayer.

Catherine McAuley

March 05

Success is not the measuring stick of mercy.

M Carmel Burke

March 04

Mercy is God’s powerful word spoken in Jesus.

Trocaire 1981

March 03

As the most acceptable return a benefactor can receive from those on whom he bestows favours is a countenance testifying the gratitude of the heart, how acceptable must it be to Go

Catherine McAuley