When a person has personally experienced his own weaknesses and trials, he is more sensitive to the weaknesses of others (XI:18).
God uses the most inferior materials for the extraordinary workings of His grace (XI:10).
Don’t think that it’s a small thing to be devoted to the relief of those in distress (XI:17).
Let us thank God for having given this Community the care of the mentally ill and the incorrigible (XI:17).
If we make poor use of God’s graces by neglecting our primary duties, God will take these graces from us (XI:12).
The first step for a person who wants to acquire virtue is to become the master of his mouth (XI:8).