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1:Patience smooths away lots of difficulties." ~ Saint John Bosco,
2:Whatever you do, think of the Glory of God as your main goal. ~ Saint John Bosco,
3:Put up willingly with the faults of others if you wish others to put up with yours." ~ Saint John Bosco,
4:The power of the Lord is in His hands. He scatters His enemies as a cloud." ~ Saint John Bosco prophecies,
5:et us obey them, but when the case is otherwise, let us uphold the rights of God and of the Church, for those are superior to all earthly authority." ~ Saint John Bosco,
6:A school without music is a school without a soul, for music aids education. It is a most effective means to obtain discipline, morality, and help good feeling. ~ Saint John Bosco,
7:In the second visit the great prostitute of Babylon, which makes decent people sigh and call the Brothel of Europe, will be left without a leader and will be a victim of disorder." ~ Saint John Bosco,
8:When tempted, invoke your Angel. He is more eager to help you than you are to be helped! Ignore the devil and do not be afraid of him: He trembles and flees at the sight of your Guardian Angel. ~ Saint John Bosco,
9:Looking at the banner one could see written on one side, "Regina sine labe concepta (Queen conceived without sin)," and on the other side, "Auxilium Christianorum (Help of Christians)." ~ Saint John Bosco prophecies,
10:We find ourselves in this earth as in a tempestuous sea, in a desert, in a vale of tears. Now then, Mary is the Star of the Sea, the solace of our desert, the light that guides us towards heaven." ~ Saint John Bosco,
11:The powers of the world will belch forth fire, and they would that the words be suffocated in the throats of the custodians of my law. That will not happen, they will do no harm but to themselves." ~ Saint John Bosco prophecies,
12:All past persecutors of the Church are now no more, but the Church still lives on. The same fate awaits modern persecutors; they, too, will pass on, but the Church of Jesus Christ will always remain, for God has pledged His Word to protect Her. ~ Saint John Bosco,
13:... the Holy Father began the march. The farther he went the greater did the procession behind increase. Then finally he set foot in the Holy City, he wept bitter tears for the distress in which he found the people and the large number now missing." ~ Saint John Bosco profecias,
14:The two angels add (to Pope): "Go quickly and console your children." Write your brothers dispersed throughout the world that there must be a reform in the morals of men. That cannot be obtained except by distributing to the people the bread of the Divine Word. ~ Saint John Bosco,

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1:Run, jump, shout, but do not sin. ~ Saint John Bosco,
2:A school without music is like a body without a soul ~ Saint John Bosco,
3:Do not try to excuse your faults; try to correct them ~ Saint John Bosco,
4:The power of evil men lives on the cowardice of the good. ~ Saint John Bosco,
5:Whatever you do, think of the Glory of God as your main goal. ~ Saint John Bosco,
6:Ask your angel to console and assist you in your last moments. ~ Saint John Bosco,
7:Fly from bad companions as from the bite of a poisonous snake. ~ Saint John Bosco,
8:Whatever you do, think of the Glory of God as your main goal. ~ Saint John Bosco,
9:Enjoy yourself as much as you like - if only you keep from sin. ~ Saint John Bosco,
10:The principle trap that the devil sets for young people is idleness. ~ Saint John Bosco,
11:We do not go to Holy Communion because we are good; we go to become good. ~ Saint John Bosco,
12:Only God knows the good that can come about by reading one good Catholic book. ~ Saint John Bosco,
13:Be good. This will make your angel happy. When sorrows and misfortunes, physical or spiritual, afflict you, turn to your guardian angel with strong trust and he will help you. ~ Saint John Bosco,
14:Be ever more convinced that your guardian angel is really present, that he is ever at your side. St. Frances of Rome always saw him standing before her, his arms clasped at his breast, his eyes uplifted to Heaven; but at the slightest failing, he would cover his face as if in shame, and at times, turn his back to her. ~ Saint John Bosco,
15:Health is God's great gift, and we must spend it entirely for Him. Our eyes should see only for God, our feet walk only for Him, our hands labor for Him alone; in short, our entire body should serve God while we still have the time. Then, when He shall take our health and we shall near our last day, our conscience will not reproach us for having misused it. ~ Saint John Bosco,

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