Submission to the inevitable is requisite for all who are willing to live in peace with mystery.
Catherine was an ardent peace-maker – an ecumenical person in a period of bigotry.
As we break the bread of our lives, we touch the World.
If we are faithful to prayer, each moment can be a great adventure in our journey to God
The rescue of a newborn infant during the epidemic is an example of Catherine’s response in love to a perceived need.
Mercy responds always to the cutting edge of human misery.
Let us pray well and never grow weary.
Catherine was a great enemy of that spirit of sadness and discontent which destroys true devotion.
Connectedness across the world can sustain us in our local on-going struggle for mercy and justice.
Prayer was her delight and her refuge in all trials.
You should remember that not to advance is to go back, and reflect each day what you can do more to attract God's love and friendship than you did the day before.
In carrying out our works of mercy, we are impelled to work for justice.
Catherine McAuley was primarily a woman of prayer, of prudence and of foresight.
The Holy Spirit opens up new visions of community, breaking down cultural barriers.
Come! Be hands of healing, hearts of caring, freeing the winter captive world.
Good manners add to the value of good works.
It was women who first spread the Easter message. What if they had kept silent?