The Quoting Catholic

Quoting the Bible, Prayers, Saints, and Other Notable Catholics


“He learned by experience that one train of thought left him sad, the other joyful. This was his first reasoning on spiritual matters.”

St. Ignatius of Loyola

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“So live as to make more account of your own good conscience than you do of those of others; for he who is not good in regard to himself, how can he be good in regard to others?”

-St.Francis Xavier


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“The Spirit comes gently and makes himself known by his fragrance. He is not felt as a burden, for he is light, very light. Rays of light and knowledge stream before him as he approaches. The Spirit comes with the tenderness of a true friend and protector to save, to heal, to teach, to counsel, to strengthen, to console.”

St. Cyril of Jerusalem