“May my children discover the sweetness of being found again! Fulton J. Sheen
“Life is like a ship that plows the restless waves and leaves after it no tract of its rapid passage” Story of a Soul
“Come to the foot of the altar. There graces will be shed upon all, great and little, who ask for them. Graces will be especially shed upon those who ask for them” Blessed Mother to St. Catherine of Laboure`
“One is never bored with doing the Will of God” St. Catherine of Laboure’
“What God loves more than all else is to be loved, and God does not ask us what we were; He is only interested in what we are today.” Father John Joseph Lataste
“I would like to empty Purgatory with one hand, and with the other to fill it with souls snatched from the brink of Hell.” Blessed Mary of Providence
“Everyone that does evil hateth the light” from Liberalism is a Sin
“Forward always and for God alone!” Saint Joan Antida Thouret
“The casting of the ballot is the supreme act of citizenship. Ballot in hand, the citizen is a sovereign, and with his fellow-citizens he decided the destiny of the Republic.” Archbishop Ireland: American Citizenship Chicago, February 22, 1895.
The American who does not care to vote on election day, deserved disenfranchisement or exile: the American who boasts of his political indolence proclaims his own shame.” Archbishop Ireland: American Citizenship Chicago, February 22, 1895.