He would not admonish his students, nor would he be annoyed by their mischief; he was ever a friend to them, as if they were his own children. His mild and kindly gaze would be enough to call to order any transgressor of discipline. If there was anything that violated modesty, he would then be severe, not tolerating any gesture or word against the angelic virtue. For this reason, the boys derived much fruit from his instruction and behaviour and several of them decided to become Priests.