A random sampling from our archives which is different every time you load the page. Click on an image to see full size.
“Those who are well do not need a physician, but the sick do. I did not come to call the righteous but sinners. – Mark 2:17
I have the strength to face all conditions by the power that Christ gives me.
Perhaps it is not after all so difficult for a man to part with his possessions, but it is certainly most difficult for him to part with himself. To renounce what one has is a minor thing; but to renounce what one is, that is asking a lot. – St. Gregory the Great
Being with Jesus demands that we go out from ourselves, and from living a tired and habitual faith. Pope Francis
The faith is not a gift just for me. Faith is given to be joyfully shared. – Pope Francis
Those who are called to the table of the Lord must glow with the brightness that comes from the good example of a praiseworthy and blameless life. – St. John of Capistrano
Christian hope is a gift that God gives us if we come out of ourselves and open our hearts to him. – Pope Francis
Politics, according to the Social Doctrine of the Church, is one of the highest forms of charity, because it serves the common good. – Pope Francis
At times we can be self-absorbed. Lord, help us to open our hearts to others and to serve those who are most vulnerable. – Pope Francis
There is no fear in love, but perfect love drives out fear. – 1 John 4:18
How marvellous it would be if, at the end of the day, each of us could say: today I have performed an act of charity towards others! – Pope Francis on Twitter
If we open ourselves up to welcome God’s mercy for ourselves, in turn we become capable of forgiveness. – Pope Francis
Charity unites us to God. There is nothing mean in charity, nothing arrogant. Charity knows no schism, does not rebel, does all things in concord. In charity all the elect of God have been made perfect. – Pope St. Clement I (Saint Clement of Rome)
In him we live and move and have our being – Acts 17:28
God is very generous and does not deny His grace to anyone. Indeed He gives more than what we ask of Him.