Catholic Quote

St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and DoctorSt. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Francis de Sales

“Do not fear what might happen tomorrow. The same everlasting Father who cares for you today will care for you tomorrow and every day. Either He will shield you from suffering, or He will give you unfailing strength to bear it. Be at peace, then, and put aside all anxious thoughts and imaginings.” (St. Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of […]

St. Cyril of JerusalemSt. Cyril of Jerusalem

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Cyril of Jerusalem

“The Spirit comes gently and makes himself known by his fragrance. He is not felt as a burden, for he is light, very light. Rays of light and knowledge stream before him as he approaches. The Spirit comes with the tenderness of a true friend and protector to save, to heal, to teach, to counsel, to strengthen, to console.” (St. Cyril […]

“Saint Thomas Aquinas” by Diego Velázquez
The Angelic Doctor is girded with the Mystical Belt of Purity“Saint Thomas Aquinas” by Diego Velázquez The Angelic Doctor is girded with the Mystical Belt of Purity

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Thomas Aquinas

“To love God is something greater than to know Him.” (St. Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church) January 28 is the Memorial of St. Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church (1225 – 1274). Print this entry

Pope Francis (neneo / Shutterstock.com)Pope Francis (neneo / Shutterstock.com)

Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope Francis

“Therefore the Eucharistic Celebration is much more than simple banquet: it is exactly the memorial of Jesus’ Pascal Sacrifice, the mystery at the centre of salvation. Memorial does not simply mean a remembrance, a mere memory; it means that every time we celebrate this Sacrament we participate in the mystery of the passion, death and resurrection of Christ.” (Pope Francis, […]

St. Augustine of Hippo (detail)
by Sandro BotticelliSt. Augustine of Hippo (detail) by Sandro Botticelli

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Augustine of Hippo

“The entire life of a good Christian is in fact an exercise of holy desire. You do not yet see what you long for, but the very act of desiring prepares you, so that when he comes you may see and be utterly satisfied.” (St. Augustine of Hippo; Commentary on the First Epistle of John) August 28 is the Memorial […]

Pope St. John Paul IIPope St. John Paul II

Catholic Quote of the Day — from Pope St. John Paul II

“If an ear is to grow or a flower blossom, there are times which cannot be forced; for the birth of a human being, nine months are required; to write a book or a worthy piece of music, years must often be spent in patient searching. This is also the law of the spirit… To encounter the mystery takes patience, […]

"St. Agnes of Rome" (detail) by Berruguete"St. Agnes of Rome" (detail) by Berruguete

Catholic Quote of the Day — from St. Ambrose (regarding St. Agnes of Rome)

“And my task begins favorably, that since today is the birthday of a virgin, I have to speak of virgins, and the treatise has its beginning from this discourse. It is the birthday of a martyr, let us offer the victim. It is the birthday of St. Agnes, let men admire, let children take courage, let the married be astounded, […]

Pope St. Fabian, MartyrPope St. Fabian, Martyr

Catholic Quote of the Day — from Eusebius regarding Pope St. Fabian, Martyr

“It is said that Fabian, after the death of Anteros, came from the country along with others and stayed at Rome, where he came to the office in a most miraculous manner, thanks to the divine and heavenly grace. For when the brethren were all assembled for the purpose of appointing him who should succeed to the episcopate, and very […]