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Quote/s of the Day – 9 September – from Blessed Frédéric Ozanam, Founder of the St Vincent de Paul Society

Quote/s of the Day – 9 September – The Memorial of Blessed Frédéric Ozanam (1813–1853) “Servant to the Poor” and Founder of the St Vincent de Paul Society

“The best way to economise time,
is to ‘lose’ half-an-hour each day,
attending Holy Mass.”the best way to economise time - bl frederic ozanam attending holy mass 9 sept 2019

“It is our vocation to set people’s hearts ablaze,
to do what the Son of God did,
who came to light a fire on earth
in order to set it ablaze with His love.”it is our vocation - bl frederic ozanam 9 sept 2019.jpg

“I am now completely convinced,
that when one does a deed of charity,
one need not worry about
where the money will come from,
it will always come!”i am now completely convinced bl frederic ozanam 9 sept 2019.jpg

“I would like to embrace
the whole world
in a network of charity.”i would like to embrace the whole world - bl frederic ozanam 9 sept 2019.jpg

“Society today seems to me to be not unlike the wayfarer described in the parable of the Good Samaritan.   For while journeying along the road mapped out for it by Christ, it has been set upon by thieves of evil human thought.   Bad men have despoiled the wayfarer of all his goods, of the treasures of faith and love… . The priests and the Levites have passed him by.   But this time, being real priests and true Levites, they have approached the suffering, wretched creature and attempted to cure him.   But in his delirium he has not recognised them and has driven them away.   Then we weak Samaritans, outsiders as we are, have dared to approach this great sick patient.   Perhaps he will be less affrighted by us?   Let us try to measure the extent of his wounds, in order to pour oil into them.   Let us make words of peace and consolation ringing in his ears.   Then, when his eyes are opened, we will hand him over to the tender care of those, whom God has chosen, to be the guardians and doctors of souls.”

“In my life
I want to become better
and do a little good”

Blessed Frédéric Ozanam (1813–1853)
“Servant to the Poor”in my life i want to become a little better and do a little good - bl frederic ozanam 9 sept 2019

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