Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Jeanne-Elisabeth Bichier de Ages

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 She is one of the finest-tempered characters ever seen, gentle, resolute, strict, intelligent, industrious, but above all contrite and humble.  No difficulty daunts her courage, no lack of strength stops her superhuman labours, no interior distress troubles her outward serenity, no success puffs her up.  Whatever happens, she remains undisturbed.  Hardships, setbacks, successes, respect, insults-they are all the same to the supreme tranquillity that is rooted in an understanding that sees God in everything, and so must obey.

 

 

 

French journalist Louis Veuillot on his contemporary Saint Jeanne-Elisabeth Bichier de Ages

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