• Oh, what peril attaches to sin willfully committed! For it is so difficult for man to bring himself to penance, and without penitence guilt remains and will ever remain, so long as man retains unchanged the will to sin, or is intent upon committing it.

    Don Cattaneo Marabotto, St. Catherine of Genoa (2015). “The Spiritual Doctrine of St. Catherine of Genoa”, p.208, TAN Books