Tuesday, April 26, 2011


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: “Do you think, Cleisthenes, that Homer boiled eels while Agamemnon performed his great deeds?” asked Alexander.

“And do you think, O King, that Agamemnon looked into Homer’s tent to see whether he boiled eels?” asked Cleisthenes. The above two from Daniel Meyerson’s, “The Linguist and the Emperor”

QUOTE II: “More than ever do men need to come together to eat and drink and argue and think, because more than ever their work separates them from each other; but now they are virtually forbidden to do so.” From Anthony Esolen’s “A Requiem for Friendship”


The Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter asks, "Did you know, a FREE Divine Mercy App is now available for Android or iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users?" For more information look here.

Miss L. sent this clever song in.

From the same source: "During the 13th Biennial Legislative Breakfast on Monday, April 18, Bishop Richard Lennon outlined the Catholic stance on issues currently facing the state's budget. Dozens of local and state legislators were on hand to listen to the Bishop and featured speaker, State Senator Tom Patton. The Bishop spoke about the need to focus our attention on the least of our brothers and sisters, especially in the areas of healthcare, social services and education." Read more here.

From Habemus Papam: News from the Nashville Dominicans.

Here is a new Catholic Family blog.

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