Carmel is privileged to have the “Refulgent Flower of Florence, St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi” as a beacon of light of the love of God. Though she was a mystic and stigmatic with many extraordinary supernatural gifts, it was her love of God and purity of soul that were the primary impetus for her canonization. What was her motto? What were her dying words? What connection did she have with other “Flowers of Florence?” These questions are answered as well as a sampling of some of her quotes and maxims for spiritual growth. May she intercede for us all and enflame our love for God and souls.
This was an impromptu podcast done by Frances Harry alone in honor of St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi.
“Prayer ought to be humble, fervent, resigned, persevering, and accompanied with great reverence. One should consider that he stands in the presence of a God, and speaks with a Lord before whom the angels tremble from awe and fear.”
~ St. Mary Magdalen de Pazzi