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Saturday, September 9, 2006
Words of Inspiration: September 9, 2006

Archbishop Fulton Sheen:

“What has happened to that double side of sympathy which is the basis of the Christian philosophy of life; ‘Rejoice with those who rejoice, and weep with those who weep?’ It has been said that the wounded deer sheds tears, but it belongs to man to weep with those who weep and by sympathy to divide another’s sorrows and double another’s joy.”

Blessed Mother Teresa:

"Surely if God feeds the young ravens which cry to Him, if He nourishes the birds which neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, if He vests the flowers of the field so beautifully, how much more will He care for men whom He has made in His own image and likeness and adopted as His children, if we only act as such."

St. Padre Pio:

"This heart of mine is Yours… my Jesus, so take this heart of mine, fill it with Your love and then order me to do whatever You wish."


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