On the 9th of June 1895, which was the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity, St. Thérèse of Lisieux—"in order to live in one single act of perfect Love"—offered herself "as a victim of holocaust" to God's merciful love. Here is the testimony of Mother Agnès of Jesus concerning the offering during the Ordinary Process for the Cause of Beatification.
On 14 May 1919, St. Teresa of the Andes wrote, "I'm now in Carmel eight days. Eight days of heaven. I feel divine love in such a way that there are moments when I believe I'm unable to endure it..."
During her most active apostolic years with Catholic Action, Blessed Chiquitunga wrote, "I want everything to be saturated with Christ, and, wherever I am, I can leave a little ray of His light"...
If we obey the pope, we obey the Lord Jesus, according to his own words addressed to Peter and the other apostles
He trudged across the country, proclaiming truth to those who needed to hear it
Love of my God, my soul searches for You alone
Let thy blade cut, completing all my offering!
On 9 February 1570 Our Lord appeared to St. Teresa in a vision and commanded her to write about her foundations
As long as my life last it will be a consant immolaion
Give yourself to God!
It's the least we can do.
"When I am up above, will you let me help you, scold you even, if I see you are not giving everything to the Master? because I love you!"
St. Edith Stein provides a definition of what it means to seek God, in God