(via Cindy) Quote by St. John Vianney (Click to read: "Misericordiae Vultus - Bull of Indiction of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy")

(via Cindy) Quote by St. John Vianney (Click to read: "Misericordiae Vultus - Bull of Indiction of the Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy")

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"You must accept your cross. If you carry it courageouslyit will carry you to heaven." - . John Vianney

"You must accept your cross. If you carry it courageouslyit will carry you to heaven." - . John Vianney

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When we must do something we dislike, let us say to God, "My God, I offer you this in honor of the moment when YOU died for ME." St. John Vianney

When we must do something we dislike, let us say to God, "My God, I offer you this in honor of the moment when YOU died for ME." St. John Vianney

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Quote of the day from the saint of the day: The Cure of Ars, St. John Vianney.
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St. John Vianney, lovely rule. Wish I could remember to live this all day every day.
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St. John Vianney, Priest (Patron of priests) Feast day - August 4 Universally known as the "Cure of Ars)," St. John Mary Vianney was ordained a priest in 1815. Three years later he was made parish priest of Ars, a remote French hamlet, where his reputation as a confessor and director of souls made him known throughout the Christian world. His life was one of extreme ... continue reading

St. John Vianney, Priest (Patron of priests) Feast day - August 4 Universally known as the "Cure of Ars)," St. John Mary Vianney was ordained a priest in 1815. Three years later he was made parish priest of Ars, a remote French hamlet, where his reputation as a confessor and director of souls made him known throughout the Christian world. His life was one of extreme ... continue reading

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St. John Vianney on following Christ: "You cannot please both God and the world at the same time. They are utterly opposed to each other in their thoughts, their desires, and their actions" "I tell you that you have less to suffer in following the Cross than in serving the world and its pleasures." "If people would do for God what they do for the world, what a great number of Christians would go to Heaven."

St. John Vianney on following Christ: "You cannot please both God and the world at the same time. They are utterly opposed to each other in their thoughts, their desires, and their actions" "I tell you that you have less to suffer in following the Cross than in serving the world and its pleasures." "If people would do for God what they do for the world, what a great number of Christians would go to Heaven."

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