FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: This week's quotes are from the last St. Sebastian Chesterton Society meeting. All are from the first half of GKC's Francis of Assisi
QUOTE I "To write history and hate Rome, both pagan and papal, is practically to hate nearly everything that has happened. It comes very near to hating humanity on purely humanitarian grounds."
QUOTE II: "The moment sex ceases to be a servant it becomes a tyrant."
QUOTE III: "He who has seen the whole world hanging on a hair of God's mercy has seen the truth; we might almost say the cold truth."
(And this month's winner) Rossetti makes the remarks somewhere, bitterly but with great truth, that the worst moment for the atheist is when he is really thankful and has nobody to thank."
IN OTHER NEWS:
Our friend Ellen sent this in: "The BBC produced and broadcast a new 10 episode Fr. Brown series for its daytime television this year. It proved popular and they are filming 10 more episodes. You can now watch them on YouTube! They are charming in their own way, but they have taken some liberties with the plots and characters; and it is set in the 1950's. You'll want to check them out, anyway. Here is the link to "The flying stars".
Adam sent in another link to a great article entitled Ritual and Evidence of Eternity. See it here. Thanks.
Frank sent this in. It has nothing to do with this site but it if you need a laugh. Notice she does this in high heels. 6 minutes. .