We are He, since we are His body and since He was made man in order to be our Head. (p. 432).
Come, brethren, if you wish to be engrafted in the vine. It grieves us to see you thus lie cut off. Number the priests in the very chair of Peter, And see in that order of fathers who succeeded the other. This is the rock which the proud gates of hell overcome not.
The true servants of God are not solicitous that He should order them to do what they desire to do, but that they may desire to do what He orders them to do.
He who disdained not to assume us unto Himself, did not disdain to take our place and speak our words, in order that we might speak His words. (p. 421).
O sons of Peace, sons of the One Catholic, walk in your way, and sing as you walk. Travelers do this in order to keep up their spirits. (p. 427).