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When we speak about wisdom, we are speaking of Christ. — St. Ambrose
I had rather be poor for Thee than rich without Thee. — Thomas à Kempis
For desire never ceases to pray even though the tongue be silent. If ever desiring, then ever praying. — St. Augustine
Let us honor and venerate for her mercy towards the needy. — St. John Damascene
In the first Advent God veiled his divinity to prove the faithful; in the second Advent he will manifest his glory to reward their faith. — St. John Chrysostom
Hold your eyes on God and leave the doing to him. That is all the doing you have to worry about. — St. Jane Frances de Chantal
He who hath heard the Word of God can bear his silences. — St. Ignatius of Loyola
Christ as God is the fatherland where we are going; Christ as man is the way by which we go. — St. Ambrose
Ten tips for enjoying the season, guilt-free!
Charity unites us to God. There is nothing mean in charity, nothing arrogant. Charity knows no schism, does not rebel, does all things in concord. In charity all the elect of God have been made perfect. — St. Clement