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Quote/s of the Day – 14 August – The Memorial of St Maximillian Kolbe

Quote/s of the Day – 14 August – The Memorial of St Maximillian Kolbe

“If angels could be jealous of men,
they would be so, for one reason:
HOLY COMMUNION.”

if angels could be jealous of men - st maximillian kolbe

“Jesus honoured her before all ages
and will honour her for all ages.
No one comes to Him, nor even near Him,
no one is saved or sanctified,
if he too will not honour her.
This is the lot of Angels and of men.”

jesus honoured her before all ages - st maximillian kolbe

“Be a man! Don’t blush for your convictions.”

be a man! don't blush for your convictions - st maximillian kolbe

“Let us remember, that love lives through sacrifice
and is nourished by giving.
Without sacrifice, there is no love.”

remember that love lives through sacrifice - st maximillian kolbe

“My aim is to institute perpetual adoration,
for this is the the most important activity.”

my aim is to institute - st maximillian kolbe

“Be a Catholic!
When you kneel before an altar,
do it in such a way that others
may be able to recognise
that you know before Whom you kneel.”

be a catholic - st maximillian kolbe

St Maximilian Kolbe

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