FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "'The mind is its own place, monsieur,' said Reine-Marie, 'Can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven.'" from Lousie Penny's, "A Rule Against Murder."
QUOTE II: "It was easy enough to be decent when all was going your way. It was another matter to be decent when all hell was breaking loose." same source
QUOTE III: "Even the most magnificent creatures know how to rest. Pegasus knows how to soar and chase and glide. But he also knows how to be at peace."
IN OTHER NEWS:
This was sent in by Ellen: "Chestertonian friends, Check out the March/April 2014 GILBERT magazine, page 29. Our own Anita Gorman has her fanciful story published: "The Ghost of Alexander Pope"! Anita shared this story with us at our Warren Chesterton Society meeting just a couple of months ago. It was around the time we were reading a Chesterton essay decrying Free Verse and the lack of rhyme in modern poetry. You will agree that Anita's story fits the spirit of Chesterton quite well! And, it is truly a fun and entertaining read."
Ray sent this picture in of St. Sebastian. Rather cool I think. Thanks!
Mary sent in this link to a blog telling the story of a Catholic Church in Chicago that was saved from the wrecking ball. Thanks!
From the Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter: Meet those about to be ordained to the priesthood in Cleveland! Read more here and say a prayer for them and all the priests about to be ordained.