"Work for souls is accomplished, for the most part, in silence. Its efficiency does not depend upon occupation, position or popularity. From a humble cell, hidden away in some cloistered nunnery, there radiates spiritual power which influences thousands of souls scattered over the entire world."
from Sheltering the Divine Outcast, compiled by A Religious, Peter Reilly Co., Philadelphia, 1952, p. 56
Painting: Plamondon, Soeur Saint-Alphonse