Again she stressed:”Our life should be a long act of faith hope and charity. It should combine the life of Martha and Mary, walking arm in arm together and never separated. Faith, hope and charity are like a trinity of distinct though indivisible virtues of which faith is the Father, hope the Son, and charity the Holy Spirit.” (Directory 25, page 41)

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