Since God is satisfied with our good will and honest efforts, let us also be satisfied with the outcome He gives to them (III:206).
What would it be like if everything were favorable to us, and what right have poor people like us to expect that we will always be successful? (III:206)
The Church has enough solitaries … her great need is evangelical men who work to purge, enlighten, and unite the Church to her Divine Spouse (III:204).
I beg Our Lord to bind all of us together in His pure love, so that together we may love Him uniquely, strongly, and eternally (III:203).
Conscience urges me to limit myself to what I can do and to honor the omnipotence of God by recognition of my own powerlessness (III:198).
Grace imitates nature in many things, making them ugly and unpleasant, but with time she perfects them (III:191-192).