Quote/s of the Day – 6 October – The Memorial of St Bruno (c 1030-1101)
“If the bow is stretched for too long,
it becomes slack and unfit for its purpose.”
“No act is charitable if it is not just.”
““By your work,
you show what you love
and what you know.”
“While the world changes,
the Cross stands firm.”
St Bruno (c 1030-1101)
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4 thoughts on “Quote/s of the Day – 6 October – The Memorial of St Bruno (c 1030-1101)”
When leadership can affirm categorically that “no act is charitable if it is not just,” it comes as no surprise to me that this order has yet to require push-backs from either clergy, religious, or lay … for centuries. 💛👇☝✌👍✊
Ana, where’s a comparable example of leadership in a women’s order? 😶
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Very interesting question Stacy – you have made my head whirl now. There are really so many Orders aren’t there and many are truly great. But if I think of the Poor Clares for example I know there are many derivatives now operating, although the original charism still exists. Mother Teresa’s Order, which focuses on charity, is still way to young to be included in such an exercise. I wonder????