Tuesday, August 30, 2011


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: “Somewhere a man wastes away his life, covered with coal dust, in the stifling depths of a mine; elsewhere, another man rests warmly, clothed in alpaca, buried in a good book in an armchair, without ever thinking whence or how this armchair, this book, this alpaca, this warmth reach him.” from Jonathan Littell’s “The Kindly Ones”

QUOTE II: “Ah, wasn’t life better (or at least more romantic) before safety?” Kathy Kalina


H. sent this in: "The Columbus Museum of Art will display Caravaggio's Ecce Homo (Behold the Man) in an exhibit from October 21, 2011 to February 5, 2012." For more information go here.

From the Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter: "The Catholic Diocese of Cleveland is now pleased to feature the Catholic News Service (CNS) Multimedia Player on the diocesan web site. Check out First Take: Vatican, a daily briefing on what's happening in the Vatican including the activities of the Holy Father. Other videos include items of interest from the U.S. and around the world." See more here.

I thought this was pretty cool. Our school has begun an organic garden. The produce is used for a number of ends: Here is one from Vaccaro's Restaurant:

I accidently came across this site that has all kinds of Catholic videos.  I only saw one so I can't vouch for the whole site.  But if you need something to watch here you go!

1 comment:

Trad Tom said...

Father, father, father......spelling, spelling, spelling!
Why do so many have trouble with "accidentally?" I'm sure you have no problem spelling "accidental" ("The Accidental Tourist"), so when you're about to use the adverb form, just add "ly."
Retired English teachers don't have enough to do......