Hmmm? This morning I've been trying to write an answer to a protestant (heretic) friend's question about Eucharistic Adoration. Please pray for me. I suppose using smilies won't help me, but they can be fun. Thanks for all your work.
'To him who hungers after Christ grace is food; to him who is thirsty, a reviving drink; to him who is cold, a garment; to him who is weary, rest; to him who prays, assurance; to him who mourns, consolation.'
'Neither did I care to read newspapers, for I should prefer to read a chapter of the Holy Bible wherein I know for sure that what I read is true. In newspapers, as a general rule, one finds only a great deal of lies and useless reading.'
Queen Matilda's Foundation was founded in 1147 by Queen Matilda, the wife of King Stephen of England. In her Charter, Matilda described the Foundation as "My hospital next to the Tower of London." She placed it in the custody of the Priory of the Holy Trinity at Aldgate.
'To attain the knowledge of God is impossible for those who are still under the control of their passions. Therefore they cannot attain the salvation they hope for as they have not obtained any knowledge of God.
He who fails to attain this end is clearly subject to the charge of being ignorant of God, and ignorance of God is shown by a man's manner of life.'