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Bl. Antonio de Sant'Anna Galvao (1739-1822)
Antonio was a Franciscan preacher, confessor of the laity, and porter in Brazil. When his friend, Sr. Helena Maria, died, he assumed responsibility for a religious community she had started. His principal work is the excellent Rule he wrote for them.

Reflections from the Saints

So mighty is the physician who has come to us that he has healed all our sins! If we choose to be sick once again, we not only harm ourselves, but show ingratitude to the physician as well. Yes he gave us a path of humility. If we keep to it we shall confess our belief in the Lord and have good reason to sing: We shall praise you, God, we shall praise you and call upon your name.
– St. Augustine
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Life in Christ: Catechism #2468

Truth as uprightness in human action and speech is called truthfulness, sincerity, or candor. Truth or truthfulness is the virtue which consists in showing oneself true in deeds and truthful in words, and in guarding against duplicity, dissimulation, and hypocrisy.