‘It’s so hard to be good!’ And so we have to practice. It is hard to become a concert pianist. It is hard to become an expert surgeon. It is hard to become an outstanding ballerina. We have to practice and practice and practice. If this is true of the worldly arts, it is more true of the art of spiritual fidelity.

—Mother Mary Francis P.C.C.

from A Time of Renewal: Daily Reflections for the Lenten Season

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