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Friday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time, Year 1

When God crowns our merits, he is crowning nothing other than His gifts.

Saint Augustine, Bishop and Doctor of the Church

Those who possess great marks of predestination love, delight in, and recite the "Hail Mary." And the more they belong to God, the more they love this prayer. St. Louis Grignion de Montfort (1673-1716 A.D.)

The person who does not feel indebted to God remains entangled in restless inclination toward self. But to the heart of the truly humble believer the Lord reveals His presence. His sovereignty in saving power, His justice in the infinite greatness of His mercy. Pope St. John Paul II (1920 - 2005 A.D.)

Don't desire not to be what you are, but desire to be very well what you are. Also love heavenly desires, and desire heavenly love. St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622 A.D.) on Desire

Catechism in Brief, see more: What is the virtue of faith? Faith is the theological virtue by which we believe in God and all that he has revealed to us and that the Church proposes for our belief because God is Truth itself. By faith the human person freely commits himself to God. Therefore, the believer seeks to know and do the will of God because “faith works through charity” (Galatians 5:6). CCC #1814-1816 and 1842

The saints are like a group of trees, each bearing different fruit, but watered from the same source. The practices of one saint differ from those of another, but it is the same Spirit that works in all of them. Sayings of the Desert Fathers (300-500 A.D.) on the Saints

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