From Eus. Hist. b. 7. c. 12. p. 262. A.D. 260. THESE eminent Christians, Priscus, Malchus, and Alexander, led a retired holy life in the country near Cæsarea, in Palestine. During the fury of the persecution under Valerian, they often
Contemplate with ever-greater faith our Dear Lord in the Sacrament: live with Him who comes to us every day. Blessed Maria Candida of the Eucharist
Always receive with equal contentment from God’s hand either consolations or sufferings, peace or distress, health or illness. Ask nothing, refuse nothing, but always be ready to do and to suffer anything that comes from His Providence. Saint Teresa Margaret
Without a doubt, obedience is more meritorious than any other penance. And what greater penance can there be than keeping one’s will continually submissive and obedient? Saint Catherine of Bologna
Whoever walks always in God’s presence, will never commit sin, but will preserve his innocence and become a great saint.
God alone. Saint Teresa Eustochio Verzeri
May work and suffering for God always be your glory and in your work and suffering, may God be your consolation on this earth, and your recompense in heaven. Patience is the safeguard and pillar of all the virtues.