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Quote/s of the Day – 14 July – St Camillus de Lellis

Quote/s of the Day – 14 July – “Month of the Most Precious Blood” – and the Memorial of Saint Camillus de Lellis MI (1550-1614) “The Giant of Charity”

“Brother, if you commit a sin and take pleasure in it,
the pleasure passes but the sin remains.
But if you do something virtuous,
even though you are tired,
the tiredness passes but the virtue remains.”

“The poor and the sick
are the Heart of God.
In serving them,
we serve Jesus Christ.”

“Commitment is doing
what you said you would do,
after the feeling you said it in, has passed.”

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St Camillus de Lellis MI (1550-1614)

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