Daily Catholic Quote from St. Monica

St. Monica

St. Monica

“For my part, my son, I no longer find pleasure in anything that this life holds.  What I am doing here still, or why I am still here, I do not know, for worldly hope has withered away for me. One thing only there was for which I desired to linger to linger in this life: to see you a Catholic Christian before I died. And my God has granted this to me more lavishly than I could have hoped, letting me see even you spurning earthly happiness to be his servant. What am I still doing here?” (St. Augustine, quoting his mother, St. Monica; Confessions; from Office of the Readings for August 27)


August 27 is the Memorial of St. Monica (331-387)

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