Our Lord’s work is accomplished not so much by the multitude of workers as by the fidelity of the small number whom He calls (III:67).
Ask God to sanctify your dear soul more and more so that, always and in all things, you may act in a holy manner (III:46).
What price there would be if, under the guise of deference and humility, we were to abandon the honor of God so as not to risk our own (III:44).
Let us not be so little attached to God’s service that we yield to a useless fear which may cause us to abandon the task He has given us (III:44).
The maxim of the Company is to prefer to suffer a loss rather than go to court (III:42).
Now these losses of the Church in the past hundred years give us reason to fear in the present misfortune that in another hundred years we may lose the church entirely in Europe (III:41).