A Year with the Saints – 24 March


Thou oughtest not to let a day pass in which you hast not trampled upon thy will; and if such a thing should happen, consider that on that day you hast not been a religious. – Saint John Climacus

Saint Mary Magdalen de’ Pazzi was extremely fond of not doing her own will, and made a study of it, so that she regarded that day as utterly lost in which she had not in some manner broken and denied it.

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