FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "I don't know where being a servant fell into disrepute. It is the refuge of the philosopher, the food of the lazy, and, properly carried out, a position of power, even love." from John Steinback's "East of Eden"
QUOTE II: "Only fugitives are capable of flawless courtesy from morning till night." Michael Cunningham's, "A Home at the End of the Word"
IN OTHER NEWS:
JUST IN TIME FOR WINTER HOWEVER: Now THIS is interesting: The Diocese has set up a pilgrimage route through three counties of the diocese dedicated to Mary, Untier of Knots. Read more here.
MOVIE: Mary sent this in: In 1506 a farmer discovered a statue in a field. Thus began the most significant collection of art in the world. Here is site concerning a movie coming out about it. It looks as though it might be worth while compared to all of the other far less than quality things we are urged to go out and see simply because it has the label "Christian" on it. Thanks Mary.
OSTENSION: Dr. Chad Engelland, former professor of philosophy our seminary and a good friend (and who was stolen away from us to become the Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Dallas - a Roman Catholic school) has written a book entitled "Ostension." Read more about it here. Congratulations good Doctor!
ON THE FLY: This was too good to pass up. When Jason sent this in he said, "This is a video of a pastor who turns into a jet." I had no idea what he was talking about and almost didn't watch it. Here is your opportunity not to watch it. I am SO going to try this.