KATHOLOS SLIDESHOW ♫  TURN ON YOUR SPEAKERS ♫ CLICK TO ADVANCE SLIDES
Saint Thomas of Villanova “Christ has appeared today as restorer and  renovator, who was first Creator—that he might  rene...
St. Thomas Aquinas “To one who has faith, no  explanation is necessary.  To one without faith, no  explanation is possible...
Blessed Charles de Foucauld “God uses adverse winds  to blow us into port.”
Father Desmond Wilson “It is the act of forgiveness that opens  up the only possible way to think  creatively about the fu...
Mother Teresa “Do not wait for leaders;  do it alone, person to person.”
Saint Paulinus of Nola “Follow Christ; do good  and avoid evil; live the  life of heaven on earth.”
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton “O Mary, be to us indeed a Mother; pity the  fears and sorrows of your children in our state  of...
Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) “The days...come and go like muffled  and veiled figures sent from a distant  friendly par...
Music by  Kevin MacLeod Photography by  Nik Pritchett Created by  Sabrina Babič
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  1. 1. KATHOLOS SLIDESHOW ♫ TURN ON YOUR SPEAKERS ♫ CLICK TO ADVANCE SLIDES
  2. 2. Saint Thomas of Villanova “Christ has appeared today as restorer and renovator, who was first Creator—that he might renew all corporeal creatures disfigured by sin and bring them back to a most perfect state.”
  3. 3. St. Thomas Aquinas “To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.”
  4. 4. Blessed Charles de Foucauld “God uses adverse winds to blow us into port.”
  5. 5. Father Desmond Wilson “It is the act of forgiveness that opens up the only possible way to think creatively about the future at all.”
  6. 6. Mother Teresa “Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person.”
  7. 7. Saint Paulinus of Nola “Follow Christ; do good and avoid evil; live the life of heaven on earth.”
  8. 8. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton “O Mary, be to us indeed a Mother; pity the fears and sorrows of your children in our state of long uncertainty and danger; show yourself a Mother to us in the hour of our death.”
  9. 9. Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) “The days...come and go like muffled and veiled figures sent from a distant friendly party, but they say nothing, and if we do not use the gifts they bring, they carry them as silently away.”
  10. 10. Music by Kevin MacLeod Photography by Nik Pritchett Created by Sabrina Babič

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