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).
I hope Our Lord will look upon the little we have attempted to do as proceeding from charity (III:33).
I recommend my soul to you that God may be pleased to make it a sharer in the good you are doing (III:25).
It is true that illness, far better than health, makes us see what we are (II:623).
Remember that Our Lord is the strength and wisdom of those whom He employs (II:605).
There are certain persons who are like millstones turning without any wheat; they catch fire and burn down the mill (II:588).