Let he who is rich strive to possess his goods, not be possessed by them.
Almost the whole life of religious bodies lies in the maintenance of their first fervor.
If the pricks of a still partly untamed nature call forth from us words or deeds unsuited to our profession, so we must repress them all the more severely when they are obedient to us.
It is part of a good religious to urge men to the service not of their prince but of God, that he may show that in choosing such a Lord he has done the best thing possible.
The difference between human felicity and the cross of Christ is this, that on tasting the former we loathe it, but the more we drink of the latter, the greater is our thirst.
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