Joanna Reagan
December 17

Submission to the inevitable is requisite for all who are willing to live in peace with mystery.

Joanna Reagan

November 13

It comforts me exceedingly to hear you are happy.

Catherine McAuley

November 12

Humility is the medial barrier between zeal and ambition.

M Lawrence Franklin

November 11

Her first and last injunction to all was to preserve union and peace amongst each other - that if they did they would enjoy great happiness such as that they would wonder where it

Elizabeth Moore

November 10

Catherine led the way in education and in health. Her goals were clear – the ordinary service to the poor done extraordinarily well.

Carmel Bourke

November 09

If we are humble and sincere God will finish in us the work He has begun, He never refuses His grace to those who ask it.

Catherine McAuley

November 08

In relationships with others, actions speak more loudly than words.

Patricia Pak Poy

November 07

I endeavour to make this cross in some way like to His – by silence.

Catherine McAuley

November 07

We may depend upon it, the blessing of God will never attend any of our undertakings which are conducted in a hurried, impetuous manner.

Catherine McAuley

November 06

The will of God be done in all things.

M Ursula Frayne

November 05

Catherine’s letters sought to knead the spirit of union and charity through the dough of the expanding institute.

M Joanna Regan

November 04

Catherine’s compassionate response was immediate, practical …enabling the poor to help themselves and to find new dignity.

Carmel Bourke

November 03

The order is God’s work – not mine.

"Familiar Instructions"

November 02

Blessed and happy life that makes death so sweet.

Catherine McAuley

November 01

Although I should be simple as a dove I must also be prudent as a serpent.

Catherine McAuley

October 31

Let charity then be our badge of honour ... so that it may truly be said, there is in us but one heart and one soul in God.

Catherine McAuley

October 30

Will you tell the sisters to get a good cup of tea ... when I am gone and to comfort one another - but God will comfort them.

Catherine McAuley