Quote/s of the Day – 30 March – ‘“She began to bathe His feet with her tears …’

Quote/s of the Day – 30 March – Thursday in Passion Week – Daniel 3:25, 34-45, Luke 7:36-50 – Scripture search here:

She began to bathe His feet with her tears
and wiped them with the hair of her head
and kissed His feet
and anointed them with ointmen

Luke 7:38

Do not content yourself
with confessing your venial sins
merely as to the fact
but accuse yourself too,
of the motive which induced you
to commit them.

(Introduction to the Devout Life,
Part II, Chapter 19

We must be very sorry for faults
with a repentance which is strong,
constant, tranquil
but not troubled, unquiet or fainthearted.

(Treatise on the Love of God, Book 9, Chapter 7).

Christ was more concerned
with St. Peter’s repentance and remorse,
than with his sin
(The Spirit of St. François de Sales, VII, 8)

​St Francis de Sales (1567-1622)
Doctor Caritas



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