Tuesday, May 13, 2014


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."

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.

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