Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Reconciled Enemy

The Reconciled Enemy           St. Francis did not approve of the saying, “Never rely on a reconciled enemy.”  He rather preferred a contrary maxim, and said that a quarrel between friends, when made up, added a new tie to friendship; … Continue reading

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Reality is more Wonderful than Fiction . . . . . . . . .

Reality is more Wonderful than Fiction       “Three princes were once sent by the king, their father, to bring back wonders from distant countries: the one whose present should be the most extraordinary was to succeed him on the throne.  … Continue reading

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Faith and Works . . . . . .

Faith and Works      On the subject of faith and works*, the Editor [not myself] cannot refrain from relating a curious illustration which he once received from a person whom he happened to enter into conversation with whilst riding along … Continue reading

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The Two Roses

Here is the first story in the wonders of God in Creation.  Enjoy!! The Two Roses Being with my friend in a garden, we gathered each of us a rose.  He handled his tenderly; smelt it but seldom, and sparingly.  … Continue reading

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