Quotes of the Day By St. john Vianney

We put pride into everything like salt. We like to see that our good works are known. If our virtues are seen, we are pleased; if our faults are perceived, we are sad. I remark that in a great many people; if one says anything to them, it disturbs them, it annoys them. The saints were not like that – they were vexed if their virtues were known, and pleased that their imperfections should be seen.

The Lord is more anxious to forgive our sins than a woman is to carry her baby out of a burning building.

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