Monday, November 30, 2009


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "A deceiver can never be at ease, knowing how effortlessly one can get past a man's defences and that practicing the art confers no immunity from becoming a victim oneself." from Douglas Galbraith's "Rising Sun"

QUOTE II: "A man can be a great artist and be a bad man." Jaques Maritain


Here's a great site that provides fun facts about saints. Might be a good one to get the kids interested in learning something about the saints if you just don't find it interesting yourself.

Power to the people! Okay, this video has nothing in common with this blog but it made me happy. Thanks Frank.

Gus from EWTN sent this in: "If you’re still deciding what to do for the great season of Advent, which began yesterday, why not consider listening to a great EWTN homily each day? You can find it by going to our home page,, and looking down the right hand side for “Today’s Mass: Readings and Homily.” When you click on that, you will see an icon at the top of the page that says “Today’s Homily.” You can listen or watch on your computer or download the homily to your MP3 player. If you already go to Mass, you can drag the cursor along the bottom to get past the readings and go straight to the homily. If you can’t attend, then you may want to listen to the readings as well. What a great way to lift your mind and heart to God this Advent!"

1 comment:

Cracked Pot said...

In addition to the great homilies at St. Sebastian, I always listen to the ones on EWTN. The Word of God is an inexhaustible source of inspiration. Today on EWTN, Fr. Mitch Pacwa spoke on St. Edmund Campion's life and martyrdom--well worth hearing.