Holy Quotes

umor -- even when it brings some truth with it -- is never free from the flaw of falsehood, for it ever takes away from, adds to, and alters the truth.

The Lord was baptized, not to be cleansed Himself, but to cleanse the waters, so that those waters, cleansed by the flesh of Christ which knew no sin, might have the power of baptism.

More than any other person, Mary was aware of God's love for her, of all the great things the Lord has done for her. Mary's life was a response to God's love.

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