Saint John de Brebeuf

Do not begin to paddle unless you intend always to paddle. (1593-1649 A.D.) Martyr. Feast day March 16

Saint Matilda of Saxony

When you communicate, desire all the love that any soul has ever had for me, and I will accept your love in proportion to the fervor with which you wished for it. (895-968 A.D.) Feast […] Read More

Saint John Neumann

Merciful Father, You have given me all that I have in this world, even life itself. In all my daily needs, help me to remember the needs of others, too.

Pope Saint Gregory the Great

Don’t be anxious about what you have, but about what you are. (540-604 A.D.) Doctor of the Church. Feast day March 12

Blessed John Baptist Scalabrini

Faith is necessary to good works, and good works are necessary to faith. Works make faith the source of salvation, and faith makes the works worthy of merit. Without good works faith is unproductive, without […] Read More

Saint Thomas Aquinas

The greatest kindness one can render to any man consists in leading him from error to truth.

Saint Vincent Pallotti

Remember that the Christian life is one of action; not of speech and daydreams. Let there be few words and many deeds, and let them be done well.

Blessed Cyprian M. I. Tansi

In order to avoid all serious errors in life, we must avoid acting precipitously. We can keep this principle by placing ourselves in the presence of God, and organizing and performing our task with Him. […] Read More

Saint Raymond of Penyafort

May the God of love and peace set your hearts at rest and speed you on your journey; may He meanwhile shelter you from disturbance by others in the hidden recesses of His love, until […] Read More

Saint John Damascene

Render us pleasing to Him, so that we may enjoy happiness with Him, seeing thee resplendent with thy Son’s glory, rejoicing forever, keeping feast in the Church with those who worthily celebrate Him Who worked […] Read More