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Pride cannot dwell in harmony with the faith. Rev. J. A. McHugh, O.P., Doubts in Matters of Faith

The weakest things become powerful by concord, and the greatest perish through discord. Sallust [Roman Historian], Fraternal Charity

Of course, we are not to grow blind to evil, for thus we should speedily become unreal ; but we must grow to something higher, and something truer, than a quickness in detecting evil. Fr. Frederick William Faber, Kindness

Sight is a great blessing, but there are times and places where it is far more blessed not to see. Fr. Frederick William Faber, Kindness

If armies are united for conquest and destruction, if the children of darkness conspire for earthly motives, shall not those whose aim is the common good work harmoniously together — shall the clergy allow themselves to be disorganized into a spiritless multitude, with various mottoes, standards, and leaders... Rev. Thomas O'Donnell C.M., Clerical Concord

A third menace to clerical concord is a spirit of censoriousness. It is a characteristic of one who is small-minded and ungenerous. Such a person has a narrow outlook. He never sees more than one side of a question. He is bigoted and intolerant. Rev. Thomas O'Donnell C.M., Clerical Concord

The spirit of indifference to the saving of souls is a real danger, both to countries, to districts, and to individual missions. Bishop John Cuthbert Hedley, Zeal for Souls

No Catholic community has ever had a long or vigorous existence which has been without zeal for the spread of the Kingdom of God. Bishop John Cuthbert Hedley, Zeal for Souls

No sighs and tears, no bending of the knee or bowing of the head, no protestations or ejaculations, will avail before God unless we also do as He orders us. Bishop John Cuthbert Hedley, Zeal for Souls

Speaking evil of others, even if the evil be true, is always a crime. St. John Chrysostom, Sins of the Tongue