Thomas Merton said he always wanted to write a book about everything. Not a book that would cover everything -but a book in which everything could go. This is a blog where everything can go, things of family, of life, and especially of God.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Henry David Thoreau - Quote of the Day
“If the machine of government is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law”
Drawing by Fr. Albert Holtz, O.S.B., a monk of Newark Abbey
MC FINAL VOWS IN DC
With Theodore Cardinal McCarrick
"The call goes forth, and is at once followed by the response of obedience. …. It displays not the slightest interest in the psychological reason for a man’s religious decisions. And why? For the simple reason that the cause behind the immediate following of call by response is Jesus Christ Himself."
Venerable Father Solanus Casey
"God who loves tiny beginnings, will know as He always knows best, how and when to provide developments".
Saint Gianna Beretta Molla
Gianna Beretta Molla was a simple, but more than ever, significant messenger of divine love. In a letter to her future husband a few days before their marriage, she wrote: "Love is the most beautiful sentiment the Lord has put into the soul of men and women". - JPII
Aillte an Mhothair
Mary and Me
A NEW MEDIA MOVEMENT FOR LIFE
Newark Abbey NJ
Brother Simon Peter, O.S.B.
MC Sisters in Washington, DC.
ROBERT E. "Midge" KENNEDY - HERO
KIA in Germany on February 23, 1945, near Linnich, during the Ruhr River Crossing. Received the Purple Heart. Buried in the Netherlands. A 38th Street boy from Union City, NJ. My dad’s dearest friend.
Robert Lax, the poet who fell off the map.
And in the beginning was love. Love made a sphere: all things grew within it; the sphere then encompassed beginnings and endings, beginning and end. Love had a compass whose whirling dance traced out a sphere of love in the void: in the center thereof rose a fountain.