Be careful and do not lightly condemn the actions of others. We must consider the intention of our neighbor, which is often good and pure, although the act itself seems blameworthy.---ST. IGNATIUS.
More Quotations from The Dialogue of ST. CATHERINE OF SIENA.
[GOD:] The soul who lives virtuously places the root of her tree in the valley of true humility.
[GOD:] A soul is obedient in proportion to her humility, and humble in proportion to her obedience. This humility is the foster-mother and nurse of charity, and with the same milk she feeds the virtue of obedience.
[GOD:] Many have appeared to be perfect who have afterwards turned back.