Sunday, June 29, 2008
No one should claim the office of superior as his own.
Those who are put in charge of others should be no prouder of their office than if they had been appointed to wash the feet of their confreres. They should be no more upset at the loss of their authority than they would be if they were deprived of the task of washing feet. The more they are upset, the greater risk they incur to their souls.
Saint Francis of Assisi