FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "In the midst of our applauding the feats of civilization, the Bible flings itself like a knife slashing our complacency, reminding us that God, too, has a voice in history." from Abraham Joshua Heschel's, "God in Search of Man."
IN OTHER NEWS:
E.P. sent in THIS article about the resurgence of the St. Micheal Prayer.
I displayed a silver icon of the Last Supper in the back of the church with the explanation in the picture below. I think someone may have accidentally taken it home thinking we were looking for a good home for it. If anybody has any information about this or can kindly and confidentially tell the person who may have mistakenly taken it to return it? THANK YOU.
Bonafacy Obts was an expert vestment maker that our very own Karen Spangler met with to get some tips died recently. Karen recently put his tips to use in the making of our 90th Anniversary vestments. Carly Smith made the appliqués. They did a wonderful job! Notice the front appliqué matches the angels over all of the church doors:
The back appliqué exquisitely matches the pelican motif on our altar rail:
Saw this sign and had to take a picture. I LOVE AKRON!
Fr. Pfeiffer stopped over on Sunday night to visit. I snapped this picture of him at the piano and thought it was so cool that I needed to share it with you.Here are some quickly approaching events:
E.F., a fellow Chestetonian, sent out this video of Dale Ahlqueist's talk, "G. K. Chesterton: The Critic's Critic." I recommend skipping the first 13 minutes or so.