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St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

Just as truly as the Confessions are the autobiography of St. Augustine, The City of God is the autobiography of the Church written by the most Catholic of her great saints. — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

Let him love to find You while not finding it out, rather than, while finding it out, not to find You. — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

No one should be ashamed to admit that they do not know what they do not know, in case while feigning knowledge, they come to deserve to never know. — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

Hope has two beautiful daughters; their names are Anger and Courage. Anger at the way things are, and Courage to see that they do not remain as they are. — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

Our hearts were made for You, O Lord, and they are restless until they rest in you." -St. Augustine of Hippo — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Augustine Of Hippo

Ah, God, my God, what wretchedness I suffered in that world, and how I trifled with!
-St. Augustine on school — Augustine Of Hippo

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Josemaria Escriva

'You told me, Father, that after my past life it is still possible to become another St. Augustine. I don't doubt it, and today more than yesterday I want to try to prove it.' But you have to cut out sin courageously from the root, as the holy Bishop of Hippo did. — Josemaria Escriva

St. Augustine Of Hippo Quotes By Christopher Henry Dawson

The spiritual reformer cannot expect to have the majority on his side. He must be prepared to stand alone like Ezekiel and Jeremy. He must take as his example St. Augustine besieged by the Vandals at Hippo, or St. Gregory preaching at Rome with the Lombards at the gates. For the true helpers of the world are the poor in spirit, the men who bear the sign of the cross on their foreheads, who refuse to be overcome by the triumph of injustice and put their sole trust in the salvation of God. — Christopher Henry Dawson