Quote/s of the Day – 27 January – The Memorial of St Angela Merici (1474-1540)
“Disorder in society
is the result
in the family.”
“As our Saviour says:
“A good tree is not able to produce bad fruit.”
He says: A good tree, that is, a good heart
as well as a soul on fire with charity,
can do nothing but good and holy works.
For this reason Saint Augustine said:
“Love and do what you will,” namely,
possess love and charity and then do what you will.
It is as if he had said: Charity is not able to sin.”
“Pray and get others to pray,
that God not abandon His Church
but reform it, as He pleases
and as He sees best for us
and more to His honour and glory.”
St Angela Merici (1474-1540)
More here: https://anastpaul.wordpress.com/2018/01/27/quote-s-of-the-day-27-january-the-memorial-of-st-angela-merici-1474-1540/
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3 thoughts on “Quote/s of the Day – 27 January – The Memorial of St Angela Merici (1474-1540)”
The Order of Ursulines is well knowned in Canada since it was first introduced in Quebec city in the 17th century by saint Mary of the Incarnation (Ursuline nun from Tours, France).
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I believe they have a holy reputation in Canada. Quite a few of my Canadian friends attending school under the Ursulines.
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