Notes: 1-1-2018

“It is morning, afternoon, or evening. Begin.” ~Thomas Merton

“It is morning, afternoon, or evening. Begin.” ~Thomas Merton


Supermoon tonight, 2nd in a series of three:

Source: Excitement grows for supermoon trilogy | WKBN.com


Orangeville, Ohio, along the PA border. Sometime prior to 1874.
Orangeville, Ohio, along the PA border. Sometime prior to 1874.

I admire these paracord rosaries!

Hand made, military tough, paracord rosaries for the man who prays. Rugged Rosaries are spiritually strong and they look it!

Source: Unbreakable Catholic Rosaries | Your Trusted Source | Rugged Rosaries


This is the amazing story of a young man scandalized by the moral decay of the world, who sought to live as a hermit in cave. Yet, God called him not to run away from the world, but to convert it through a renewal of faith, holiness, learning, and liturgy. Join the ICC and Fr. Andrew Fisher to learn timeless wisdom from one of the greatest saints of the Church.


“Transcending oneself: this is the great imperative of the human condition; and there is another that anticipates it and at the same time prolongs it: dominating oneself. The noble man is the one who dominates himself; the holy man is the one who transcends himself.” ~ Frithjof Schuon


Author: Donald

"...money is a commodity to be bought or not to be bought, a luxury in which we may either indulge or stint ourselves, like any other. And there are many luxuries that we may legitimately prefer to it, such as a grateful conscience, a country life, or the woman of our inclination." ~Robert Louis Stevenson

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