"Leonie's sanctity was unique to her" - an interview with Father Antonio Sangalli, the Postulator of her cause, July 2, 2015

"She knew how to welcome what she was.  She was poorer in human qualities than her sisters (less intelligent, less beautiful, etc.).  She accepted all her limitations with faith and surrender to the will of God. Léonie remained simple and humble, happy with what she was. . . .  Her example means that, with what each of us has received from nature and from our parents, a way of holiness is possible for us. . . .  Sanctity consists in loving and accepting the will of God.  This is what Léonie lived.  She loved her inadequacies.  . . . She surmounted all her difficulties by faith."

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