St. Catherine of Siena to Blessed Raymond Capua: “I saw the pains of Hell and of Purgatory, [which are] so great that no tongue of man is able to declare them. I saw also the bliss of Heaven and the glory of my Divine Spouse, which only to think of fills my soul with a loathing for all things that are in the world.”
St. Anselm, against those who refuse to believe until they understand: “For I do not seek to understand that I may believe, but I believe that I may understand. For this I also believe, that unless I believe, I should not understand.” (Chapter One of the Prosologion)
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