"The Church's faith is essentially a eucharistic faith, and it is especially nourished at the table of the Eucharist." Source: Pope Benedict XVI, SACRAMENTUM CARITATIS (Sacrament of Charity), 2/22/2007
"These three glorious virtues – patience, courage, and perseverance – are rooted in true charity and have their place at the very top of that tree of charity which in turn is crowned with the light of most holy faith by which souls run without darkness along the way of truth." Source: St. Catherine [...]
"Faith alone can reveal Him or teach me what He is; by Faith I learn more of God, and in a very little time, than I could do in the schools after may a long year. Oh! Faith, Faith: oh! Marvelous the knowledge of his Creator. Oh! Virtue altogether lovely, so little known, and still [...]
"Faith tells us that God has given his Son for our sakes and gives us the victorious certainly that it is really true: God is love! It thus transforms our impatience and our doubts into the sure hope that God holds the world in his hands and that, as the dramatic imagery of the end [...]
"This most holy mystery thus needs to be firmly believed, devoutly celebrated and intensely lived in the Church. Jesus' gift of himself in the sacrament which is the memorial of his passion tells us that the success of our lives is found in our participation in the trinitarian life offered to us truly and definitively [...]
"What should be our sentiments when assisting at Holy Mass? In the presence of a God made man, Who offers Himself mystically for our salvation, in a manner very real. Faith, hope and love, contrition for our sins, and an ardent desire to communicate with the Victim of Sacrifice, ought to fill our hearts. We [...]
"The saints are the true bearers of light within history, for they are men and women of faith, hope and love." Source: Pope Benedict XVI, God is Love: Deus Caritas Est, Ignatius Press, 2006.
"How does a man come to faith in the Divinity of Christ? His reason establishes certain motives of credibility, namely, (1) Anyone who comes from God should be pre-announced; (2) He should be able to work wonders and signs as an attestation that He is a Divine messenger; (3) nothing that He teaches should be [...]
"A great thing is a faithful man, being richest of all rich men. For to the faithful man belongs the whole world of wealth, in that he disdains and tramples on it." Source: St. Cyril of Jerusalem, Catechetical Lectures
"It is reason that creates motives for believing. Faith is to religion very much as credit is to business. Just as one must have a reason for giving credit, so too must one have a reason for believing." Source: Sheen Fulton, Guide to Contentment, Alba House, 2010.