Monday, June 27, 2011

The Dialogue of Saint Catherine of Siena

"In my limited experience, I have found that adults are essentially large children with more sophisticated ways of saying 'I will get what I want.' If they actually grow up before they die, the Catholic Church canonizes them and calls them Saints."-Anon

Saturday, June 25, 2011

"We are encouraged to keep our souls pure, because our nature was ennobled and raised through being united to God, to the extent of being assumed into union with a divine Person." - St. Thomas Aquinas
"As long as there remains a drop of blood in our body, there will be a struggle between right and wrong."- St. Padre Pio
"Raise up your heart after a fall, sweetly and gently, humbling yourself before God in the knowledge of your misery, and do not be astonished at your weakness, since it is not surprising that weakness should be weak, infirmity infirm, and frailty frail." - St. Francis de Sales