Each of us is invited to a banquet of intimacy with our God.
Your whole life should be a continual act of praise and prayer.
Success is not the measuring stick of mercy.
Mercy is God’s powerful word spoken in Jesus.
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
You have given all to God without any reserve. Nothing can happen to you which He does not appoint.
We have one solid comfort amidst this little tripping about: our hearts can always be in the same place, centered in God, for whom alone we go forward or stay back.
Prayer is a plant, the seed of which is sown in the heart of every Christian, but its growth entirely depends on the care we take to nourish it. If neglected, it will die.
Let those whom Jesus Christ has graciously permitted to assist him in the Persons of his suffering poor have their hearts animated with gratitude and love.
Catherine's conviction that the works of mercy were the very "business of our lives", had shaped the community from its inception in an apostolic spirituality.
We are challenged to link with one another…so that the broken heart of mercy can enter more deeply into us and embrace God’s beloved poor.
May we do all for God’s greater glory.
Catherine’s heart was drawn with special compassion to the marginalised members of society.
The comfort comes soon after a well-received trial.
Our Lord did not make his disciples perfect at once, but allowed them to acquire perfection gradually.
Heaven would not be valued unless we had grievances to wean us from the things of this world.
…each is given a time and a place which belongs to no one else.