Let us abandon ourselves to the Providence of God and be on our guard against anticipating it (II:499).
Grace has its moments (II:499).
What great missionaries you and I would be if we only knew how to animate souls with the spirit of the Gospel which should make them conformable to Jesus Christ (II:494).
There is a great difference between being a Catholic and being an upright man (II:494).
Excess in the practice of virtue is no less imperfect than the lack of it (II:471).
Good living and the good odor of the Christian virtues put into practice draw the black sheep back to the right path and confirm Catholics on it (II:442).