Let us live together in great charity and friendliness (XI:99).
Doing good isn’t everything; it must be done well, in imitation of Our Lord (XI:43).
Let us love God, but let it be with the strength of our arms and the sweat of our brows (XI:32).
Let us seek God alone and He will provide us with friends and with everything else, so much so that we will lack nothing (XI:31).
Now I see that the Holy Spirit is guiding the Church since such care is taken in the instruction and salvation of poor village people (XI:29).
How beautiful it is to see poor people if we consider them in God and with the esteem in which Jesus Christ held them (XI:26).
We are to run to the spiritual needs of our neighbor as if we were running to a fire (XI:25).
Simplicity is a virtue that makes us go straight to God and to the truth (XI:24).
Let us bless and thank God for entrusting to us the care of these poor people, for in serving them we see and touch the extent and diversity of human misery (XI:19).
When a person has personally experienced his own weaknesses and trials, he is more sensitive to the weaknesses of others (XI:18).