7 junio, 2024

The 95 best phrases of Catholic Saints

I leave you with the best phrases of the catholic saints most prominent. The themes of these phrases revolve primarily around faith, our duty to God, the love of the omnipresent or charity, among others.

Some of the saints you will find on this list are Saint Ambrose, Saint Augustine, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Saint Francis of Assisi, Saint Thomas Aquinas, Saint Albert the Great or John Paul II, among others.

-Nature is the best teacher of truth. -Saint Ambrose.

-Hell is full of good wills and wishes. -Saint Francis de Sales.

-To the extent that something temporary is loved, the fruit of charity is lost. -Santa Clara.

-The simulation of humility is the greatest arrogance. -San Agustin.

– Idleness walks slowly, that’s why all vices reach it. -San Agustin.

-Prayer is absolutely necessary for us to persevere. -Cure of Ars.

-Man cannot be separated from God, nor can politics be separated from morality. -Saint Thomas More.

-Wishing to know for the sake of knowing. -Saint Albert the Great.

He is happy who retains nothing for himself. -San Francisco de Asis.

– Love until it hurts, if it hurts it’s a good sign. -Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

-Men fight, only God gives victory. -Saint Joan of Arc.

-The love of God makes everything smooth. -Saint Claude la Colombière.

-To err is human; Preserving in mistakes is devilish. -San Agustin.

-Prayer is for the soul, what food is for the body. – Saint Vincent of Paul.

-Always try to live in the friendship of God. -Saint John Bosco.

-Without prayer no one can progress in divine service. -San Francisco de Asis.

-The measure of love is to love without measure. -San Agustin.

-He who asks with bad intentions does not deserve to know the truth. -Saint Ambrose.

Give what you have so that you deserve to receive what you lack. -San Agustin.

If you don’t want to suffer, don’t love, but if you don’t love, why do you want to live? -San Agustin.

-Work on something so that the devil always finds you busy. -St Geronimo.

-Do not seek to be great in the eyes of men, but in the eyes of God. -San Martin de Porres.

-He who, out of obedience, submits to evil, adheres to the rebellion against God and not to submission. -Saint Bernard.

-All the evils that overwhelm us on earth come precisely from the fact that we do not pray or do it badly. -Saint John Mary Vianney.

-When the love of God obtains the will of the soul, it produces in it an insatiable desire to work for the beloved. -Saint John Chrysostom.

-The fruit of silence is prayer. The fruit of prayer is faith. The fruit of faith is love. The fruit of love is service. The fruit of service is peace. -Mother Teresa of Calcutta.

-Support us in the hour of combat and trial, and if we fall, make us experience the joy of the sacrament of forgiveness. – Padre Pio.

-The Eucharist and the Virgin are the two columns that have to sustain our lives. -Saint John Bosco.

-Oh Lord, you are so adorable and you have commanded me to love you? Why did you give me only one heart and this one so small? -Saint Philip Neri.

-Pray as if everything depended on God. Work as if everything depended on you. -San Agustin.

-God is not hidden from those who seek him with a sincere heart, even if they do it gropingly, imprecisely and diffusely. -John Paul II.

-A single mass offered and heard while alive with devotion, for one’s own good, can be worth more than a thousand masses celebrated for the same intention, after death. – Saint Anselm.

-Ask our Lord for grace so that he is not deaf to his call, but quick and diligent to fulfill his most holy will. -Saint Ignatius of Loyola.

-In good times and in bad, we have to carry the cross of Jesus, not in front of him, but behind him, like Simon of Cyrene, to the top of Calvary. -San Damiano.

– Therefore, persevere in your conduct and follow the example of the Lord, without hating anyone and helping each other with the goodness of the Lord. -Saint Polycarp.

You are not more holy because they praise you, nor more vile because they despise you. -Blessed Thomas of Kempis.

– The law of Christ, which is fulfilled in love, obliges us to seek the salvation of souls more than that of the body. -San Francisco de Asis.

-People are usually curious to know the lives of others and lazy to correct their own life. -San Agustin.

-Since the heart of our Savior has no other laws than sweetness, humility and charity, we will always act led by this soft yoke. -Saint Francis de Sales.

-The true teaching that we transmit is what we live; and we are good preachers when we put into practice what we say. -San Francisco de Asis.

-The heart of God has a preferential place for the poor, so much so that he himself became poor. -John Paul II.

-The more we work on earth, the more merits we will earn in heaven. -Saint Leopold Mandic.

-Charity is the center that unites the community with God and all its members with each other; it contributes to the union of hearts and binds them indissolubly to God. -Saint Vincent of Paul.

– Courtesy is the sister of charity, which quenches hatred and fosters love. -San Francisco de Asis.

-The hearts of men love one day and the next they are indifferent. Only God does not change. -Saint Teresa of the Andes.

-Love is hard, but it is our essence. That is what elevates us above creatures.

-You must show mercy to your neighbor always and everywhere. You can’t stop doing it, or excuse yourself, or justify yourself. – Saint Faustina Kowalska.

-Always keep your interior in silence, speaking little with creatures and much with God, suffering and working for his love. -Saint Margaret Mary.

-Faith refers to things that are not seen, and hope, to things that are not within reach. -Saint Thomas of Aquino.

-When you love you don’t suffer, and if you suffer you even love the same suffering. -San Agustin.

-Remember that when you leave this earth, you will not be able to take anything you have received, only what you have given. -San Francisco de Asis.

-The devil’s trap will not make you fall, unless you are already taking the devil’s bait. -Saint Ambrose.

In effect, I do not seek to understand in order to believe, but I believe in order to understand. Well, I believe this, because if I didn’t believe, I wouldn’t understand. -Saint Anselm of Canterbury.

-Love is hard, but it is our essence. That is what elevates us above all other creatures. -Santa Rosa de Lima.

– Leave sadness for those who are in the world, those of us who work for God must be happy. -Saint Leonardo.

-True perfection consists in this: always doing the most holy will of God. – Saint Catherine of Siena.

-Love and do what you want. If you shut up, you will shut up with love; if you scream you will scream with love, if you correct you will do it with love, if you forgive, you will forgive with love. -San Agustin.

-Have great confidence in God: his mercy infinitely exceeds all our miseries. -Saint Margaret Mary of Alacoque.

-In the afternoon they will examine you in love; learn to love as God wants to be loved and leave your condition. -Saint John of the Cross.

-The Holy Eucharist is the perfect expression of the love of Jesus Christ for man, it is the quintessence of all the mysteries of his life. -Santa Maria Goretti.

-Whoever wants to live with dignity and fullness has no other way than to recognize the other and seek their good. -John Paul II.

-The proof of love is in the works. Where love exists great things are done and when it stops working it ceases to exist. -Saint Gregory the Great.

-Before judging our neighbor, let us put him in our place and ourselves in his, and then our judgment will be fair and charitable. -Saint Francis de Sales.

-Among all the emotions, feelings and affections of the soul, love is the only one with which the creature can correspond to its creator. -Saint Bernard of Clairvaux.

-Who has not had tribulations to endure, has not begun to be a true Christian. -San Agustin.

-He will pour out his blessings on you and will be your defender, your comforter, your redeemer and your reward in eternity. -Santa Clara.

-Those who make a profession of belonging to Christ are distinguished by their works. -Saint Ignatius of Antioquia.

-The poor and the sick are the heart of God. By serving them, we serve our Lord Jesus Christ. -Saint Camillus of Lelis.

-The most bitter sorrows are sweetness in your adorable Heart, where everything is changed to love. -Saint Margaret Mary.

-The love of God is the tree of life in the midst of the earthly paradise. -Saint Teresa of Jesus.

-Prayer is the best weapon we have: it is the key that opens the heart of God. – Padre Pio.

-God must not force our will; he takes what we give him; but he does not give himself completely until we give ourselves completely. -Saint Teresa of Jesus.

-Let us love God with a simple heart and pure spirit, that is what He seeks above all else. -San Francisco de Asis.

-The soul that is in love with God is a gentle, humble and patient soul. – Saint John of the Cross.

-Don’t complain. That demonstrates a discontent with God’s will at the present moment. That is also proof of impatience. -San Martin de Porres.

– Merit consists only in the virtue of charity, seasoned with the light of true discretion. -Saint Catherine of Siena.

-There is no need to delude yourself. No one can be excellent in big things, if they are not first in small ones. -Saint Francis Xavier.

-Jesus Christ can also break the boring schemes in which we try to lock him up and surprises us with his constant divine creativity. -John Paul II.

-The prudent man should flee from nothing as much as from living according to the opinion of others. -Saint Basil the Great.

-God knocks on the doors of our hearts without ceasing. He is always eager to enter. If he doesn’t penetrate, shame on us. -Saint Ambrose.

-This is, gentlemen, a very good devotion to the Virgin, to follow her virtues. -San Juan de Avila.

-Believe is an act of the understanding that assents to the divine truth by command of the will moved by God through grace. -Saint Thomas of Aquino.

-Saints were not born saints; they reached sainthood after a long continuity of their own expirations. – Santa Micaela.

-Keeping good humor in the midst of sorrows and illnesses is a sign of a straight and good soul. -Saint Philip Neri.

-God never tires of forgiving, we are the ones who get tired of turning to his mercy. -John Paul II.

-God is love and joy and He communicates it to us. God alone is sufficient. Outside of Him there is no possible happiness. -Saint Teresa of the Andes.

Give me daily bread, a little butter, a good digestion and something to digest. -Saint Thomas More.

-If the waves of pride, gossip, envy hit you, look at the star, call on Mary! -Saint Bernard.

-Truly is venerable that old age that whitens not by gray hair but by merits. -Saint Ambrose.

-Humility is something very strange. At the very moment we think we have it, we have already lost it. -Saint Augustine of Hippo.

-We always find that those who walked closest to Christ were the ones who had to endure the greatest trials. – Saint Teresa of Avila.

Judging belongs to God. He sees the human heart, man sees only the face. -Saint Francis de Sales.

-Do not think that pleasing God is so much in working a lot as in working with…

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