Spirit of St. Vincent

By | June 19, 2016

“… the poor we see with the eyes of flesh; they are there and we can put finger and hand in their wounds and the scars of the crown of thorns are visible on their foreheads; and at this point incredulity no longer has place and we should fall at their feet and say with the Apostle, Tu est Dominus et Dues meus (You are my Lord and my God!)  You are our masters, and we will be your servants.  You are for us the sacred images of that God whom we do not see, and not knowing how to love Him otherwise, shall we not love Him in your person?” (Bl. Frederic Ozanam)