A ROMAN CATHOLIC journey of personal faith and contemplative discovery on the universal meaning of God, true self and Country along the mountain path of Christian perfection.
"Salutations of peace and goodwill, O Covenant spirit traveler, let us walk together up the mountain path for a while, alone with the Alone, here in the vast desert wilderness at the void of the third Christian millennium and pray that the Light of God's Peace might illumine for us, of the kindred nations of suffering mankind, a clear way across the longest night of our poor world."
"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." - Annelies Marie Frank "In the third Christian millennium, our one family of the nations of suffering mankind will be guided by the light of a universal moral order or in the absence of true light there will be nothing left but a vacuum of peace and the unforgiving darkness of war, replete with all it's attendant evils". - Maximilian Mary
"A Christian without prayer is like a soldier without a rifle". - Maximilian Mary
"If you pray well, you will live well, if you live well, you will die well, if you die well, all will be well". - Saint Thomas Aquinas "Steel yourself, as a faithful servant of Christ, bravely to bear the cross of your Lord, Who out of love for you was nailed to the cross." - Thomas a' Kempis
"The only love we keep is the love we give away." - Anonymous
"If you must love God, you must do so freely, for love is a gift or it is nothing." - Walter Farrell, O.P.
"It's really a wonder that I haven't dropped all my ideals, because they seem so absurd and impossible to carry out. Yet I keep them, because in spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart." - Annelies Marie Frank
"Too late, have I loved Thee, O Beauty so ancient and so new, too late have I loved Thee! Thou wast with me, and I was not with Thee; I was abroad, running after those beauties which Thou hast made; those things which could have no being but in Thee kept me away from Thee. Thou hast called, Thou hast cried out, and hast pierced my deafness. Thou hast enlightened, Thou hast shone forth, and my blindness is dispelled. I have tasted Thee, and am hungry of Thee. Thou hast touched me, and I am afire with the desire of thy embraces." - Saint Augustine
"When you are at the end of your rope you will find the hem of His garment." - Anonymous
"I'd rather live my life as if there is a God and die to find out that there isn't than live as if there isn't a God and die to find out that there is." - Anonymous