Happiness is fleeting and small, and while joy is everlasting and immense, it would also be empty—in fact, it would not be itself—were it not for its desired, God.
When our souls are still, the words we speak, the things we do, and the way in which we serve others will be prudent, kind, and full of His beauty.
Be honorable beyond your capabilities for fortitude, be kinder than your temper allows: fail magnificently—for surely you will—but do anything but balk at the vocation to which God has called you.
The Lenten struggle and preparation is precisely the battle we must always fight, and in this sense, Lent is the most poignant expression of our existence.
The magnanimous philosophical and theological discussion of truth is pivotal for the moral, intellectual, and political functioning of society and the deliverance of the individual human soul.