10 Catholic Saint Quotes That Encourage Us To Reach For Heaven

by Apologetics, Holiness, Saints

If you are in need of reclaiming the spirit of joy, we suggest that you spend time in prayer thinking about Heaven.  The promise of Heaven allows the power of the  Victory of Christ’s resurrection to come alive in our hearts.  Jesus opened the doors for us to be with Him for all eternity when He defeated evil and conquered death.

The Saints took time to ponder the gift of an eternity spent with God and thus began to understand the true goodness and beauty that awaits us.  Keeping at the forefront of our mind the glory of an eternity in the Heavenly courts will help us to live life on earth with holiness and zeal just as the Saints did.  Let these quotes encourage and inspire you to live in the joy of the Lord.

10 Catholic Saints Who Encourage Us to Reach for Heaven

1.  St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

1.  St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Quote Heaven


2.  Ven. Fulton Sheen

Ven. Fulton Sheen Quote Heaven


3. St. Benedict Joseph Labre

St. Benedict Joseph Labre Quote Heaven


4. St. Padre Pio

St. Padre Pio Quote Heaven


5. St. Therese de Lisieux

St. Therese de Lisieux Heaven Quote


6. St. Ignatius of Loyola

St. Ignatius of Loyola Heaven Quote


7.  St. Josemaria Escriva

St. Josemaria Escriva Heaven Quote


8.  St. Phillip Neri

St. Phillip Neri Heaven Quote


9.  St. Thomas More

St. Thomas More Quote


10. St. Augustine

St. Augustine Heaven Quote

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