“A saint is merely that person in this scheme of creation who is without a grievance.” (1925)
“In the language of God nothing is meaningless—not even pain and suffering.” (1962)
“Goodness is sacrificial: based upon suffering.
“Evil is the refusal to sacrifice.” (1929)
“Peace may only be made when each Catholic withdraws from the class-struggle and finds what lodgings he can in the stable. He must see the world from without, among peasants and kings.” (May 22, 1932)