What does it matter where God is served, provided he is served, that it be done on behalf of souls for whom Jesus Christ has died, and that it be done through ways most advantageous for them (VII:346-347).
Let us remain lowly and be glad to be poor because when the world sees us debased in this way, it will despise us (VII:344).
Our Lord and Master calls all Missionaries to follow Him and through them the people whose salvation is entrusted to their care (VII:342-343).
Since God has been pleased to inspire you with this good work and to cause you to cast your eyes on us, His Divine Goodness wills also that we proceed in it simply and wholeheartedly (VII:236).
Every walk of life has its joys and sorrows; we have to drink both of them. Heaven suffers violence and we must renounce ourselves to follow Our Lord (VII:333).
If you are burdened by those vows it is because you do not submit your will to the yoke of Jesus Christ (VII:333).