Elizabeth’s life is a gentle rebuke to our fractious age of outrage
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‘The humble person is perceived as someone who gives up, someone defeated, someone who has nothing to say to the world. But this … represents God’s own way of acting.’ —Pope Benedict XVI
SCRIPTURES & ART: Humility is a difficult virtue because it requires the disposition to start with the other rather than the self.
G.K. Chesterton became Christ-like by remaining childlike, and so must we.
‘As patience leads to peace, and study to science, so are humiliations the path that leads to humility.’ —St. Bernard of Clairvaux
God manifests his glory through those whom the world would never glorify.