|A picture of Eternity|
The power to create a fantastic fictional world and express your ideas in beautiful images.
|The arrow and the Song|
Nowhere better than in “The Arrow and the Song” is this idea set to words. Great poems shine in their own right, but they shine brightest when they reflect the benevolent sparkle that is found in the eye of a friend.
|The Heart of the Matter |
Beauty is strictly related with love. When we learn to see creation as a gift of love, we come to recognize its beauty
|Michelangelo and Mercy|
On the sixth of May we took Rome by storm, killed 6,000 men, plundered the houses, carried off what we found in churches and elsewhere, and finally set fire to a good portion of the town.
|US, Mexican bishops talk about NAFTA|
The U.S. and Mexican bishops.’ conferences have issued a joint statement saying NAFTA renegotiations must respect the poor
We implore to show Mercy for Refuegees
|The great expectation |
Man cannot live without love. If he does not encounter love, if he does not experience it and make it his own, if he does not participate intimately in it, his life is senseless.
|For they will be shown mercy|
Blessed are the merciful for they will be shown mercy
|What you must ask from religions?|
Before any religion lie two questions that cannot be left aside
|The historical Shakespeare|
“This Shakespeare biography is a fruit of a decade of research of labors”
|I do pity him|
‘You may keep your bows bent, and shoot me at least, if I fail. I shall not run away.’ (The Lord of the Rings, p.669,671)
|Teach a man to fish|
“I hated the idea of studying art or literature.” This was Matías Garmendia, LC´s response to having to spend at least a year studying humanities at the Legion of Christ College in Cheshire, Connecticut.
|Who I am?|
If it is true that the entire drama of human life can be reduced to the single question, “Who am I?”
|Why are the liberal arts necessary for PRIESTS?|
Wisdom and her ministers