Saint Gabriel Possenti

Love Mary! She does not look to see what kind of person you have been. She simply comes to a heart that wants to love her. She comes quickly and opens her merciful heart to you, embraces you and consoles and serves you.

Saint Alexander of Alexandria

For the Lord Incarnate was condemned, in order to bestow mercy on us; bound, in order to loose us; seized, in order to free us; He suffered, to heal our sufferings; He died, to restore life to us; He was buried, to raise us up again. One, in truth, was condemned, thousands were set free; One was buried, thousands rose again.

Blessed Dominic Lentini

What is it that is lacking in people nowadays and even in believers themselves? It’s the Cross, because in the Mystery of the Cross there is everything: there is faith, there is obedience, there is human pain, there is the way of glory.

Blessed Alfonso Maria Fusco

The Work is God’s; I am His worker; God began it. For God I shall continue it. God wanted this Work done. He obliged me to do it. God will provide.

Saint Agatha of Sicily

Jesus Christ, Lord of all things! You see my heart, you know my desires. Possess all that I am.

Saint Maria de Mattias

We are called to labor in the vineyard of Jesus crucified. Oh! What a beautiful honor it is for us to weary ourselves so that souls may be forever happy in the beautiful Jerusalem where Jesus will reunite us one day!

Pope Saint Gregory the Great

Christ suffered without sin on his hands, for he committed no sin and deceit was not found on his lips. Yet he suffered the pain of the cross for our redemption. His prayer to God was pure, his alone out of all mankind, for in the midst of his suffering he prayed for his persecutors: Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.

Saint Eulogius of Cordoba

Ah! If you could but conceive the reward which waits for those who persevere in the faith to the end, you would renounce your temporal dignity in exchange for it.

Saint Dominic Savio

I am not capable of doing big things, but I want to do everything, even the smallest things, for the greater glory of God.