Humility, humility, and humility

On the Feast of The Immaculate Conception, St. Faustina saw the Blessed Mother who said to her,

“I desire, My dearly beloved daughter, that you practice the three virtues that are dearest to me — and most pleasing to God. The first is humility, humility, and once again humility; the second virtue, purity; the third virtue, love of God. As My daughter, you must especially radiate with these virtues. When the conversation ended, She pressed me to Her Heart and disappeared” (Diary, 1415).

On another occasion, St. Faustina wrote

“humility, humility, and ever humility, as we can do nothing of ourselves; all is purely and simply God’s grace” (Diary, 55).

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