Let us finish what we have begun and our Lord will help us (VII:71).
You are right in having no scruples about missing Mass to assist the poor, for God prefers mercy to sacrifice (VII:66).
I ask Our Lord that this new year may be a happy one you for eternity and be followed by many other similar ones that will lead you to God, our last end (VII:58).
May God be pleased to water these new plants and raise on this foundation the edifice of this good work so that gradually it will be able to supply a large number of good workers for the Church of God, especially for all of Italy (VII:55).
Seminarians are the treasure of the Church, which God has entrusted to you (VII:44).
Things will be as God so chooses (VII:38).
We continue to ask God to complete the work of restoring the Congregation to its pristine glory and, above all, to give it peace (VII:36).
Continue always to be a consolation and relief to everyone for the love of Our Lord; by this means you will make yourself very pleasing to Him (VII:31).
Perhaps Our Lord has permitted these causes of repugnance in order to preach to yourself and to protect you from the empty satisfactions we imperceptibly seek in our work (VII:21).