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Saturday, March 3, 2007
Words of Inspiration: March 3

"We must avoid any exercise that has a hint of greatness and show, because there we often find pride, all the more dangerous when it is covered up and secret. On the contrary, works that are considered by people to be vile and low and of little value and dignity, are highly valued and are of great merit in the sight of God" (St Mary Magdalene de Pazzi).

"The patient and humble endurance of the cross whatever nature it may be is the highest work we have to do" (St Katharine Drexel).


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