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9/3: Pope Saint Gregory the Great (540?-604) Doctor of the Church - "Perhaps it is not after all so difficult for a man to part with his possessions, but it is certainly most difficult for him to part with himself. To renounce what one has is a minor thing; but to renounce what one is, that is asking a lot." (Homilies on the Gospels)

9/3: Pope Saint Gregory the Great (540?-604) Doctor of the Church - "Perhaps it is not after all so difficult for a man to part with his possessions, but it is certainly most difficult for him to part with himself. To renounce what one has is a minor thing; but to renounce what one is, that is asking a lot." (Homilies on the Gospels)

Pope Francis quotes, taken from his book "Walking With Jesus."

Our 8 Favorite Quotes From Pope Francis' Latest Book

A quote from Pope Francis' book, "Walking With Jesus."

Our 8 Favorite Quotes From Pope Francis' Latest Book

Walking is our preaching...

My God today.this is a very true statement. Practice and live what you preach.one can not hear and receive from a hypocrite with his/her messed up life! Carry on.

Amen to this. Jesus, teach me, please. I know I'm called to help a sick and dying world. From what I've been saved from, I know you have called me for something.

Jesus didn’t simply lead a weekly Bible study. He lived life with His disciples and taught through actions as well as words. -Francis Chan // World Help

May your life preach more loudly than your lips.  *

two 2 yellow birds on branch, May your life preach more loudly than your lips. Let others see Jesus Christ in you. Love one another is the greatest commandment.

There has to be more. This is not all there is to Christianity. To be a disciple of Christ is much deeper than just being a Christian. Take it to the next level. But be prepared to give up your life to Him.

There has to be more. This is not all there is to Christianity. To be a disciple of Christ is much deeper than just being a Christian. Take it to the next level. But be prepared to give up your life to Him. He sacrificed everything, so why can't we?

We never grow closer to God when we just live life. It takes deliberate pursuit and attentiveness. – Francis Chan

We never grow closer to God when we just live life. It takes deliberate pursuit and attentiveness.

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