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“We are pilgrims in the world. We will never have it “all together” until the end of time, when we meet God face-to-face and experience the power of the resurrection. In the meantime, our inner peace depends on how we forgive and accept forgiveness. Only in this way can we truly experience the freedom that the sons and daughters of a loving God are invited to accept. Only by forgiving others and accepting forgiveness can we live in harmony.”

—from the book Your [Imperfect] Holy Family

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“A friend is more to be longed for than the light; I speak of a genuine one. And wonder not: for it were better for us that the sun should be extinguished, than that we should be deprived of friends; better to live in darkness, than to be without friends.”

— St. John Chrysostom

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“Perhaps we do not know what love is, nor does this greatly surprise me. Love does not consist in great sweetness of devotion, but in a fervent determination to strive to please God in all things, in avoiding, as far as possible, all that would offend Him, and in praying for the increase of the glory and honor of His Son and for the growth of the Catholic Church.”

— St. Teresa of Avila

 

 

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