Tag Archives: Fr. Thomas Moore
…one must first strive to calm the thoughts. The constant movement of the mind prevents it from entering into the heart, which is the only place where it may find true peace and solace. Bishop Irenei Steenberg The Beginnings of … Continue reading
“A dog is better than I am, for he has love and does not judge.” Anyone care to argue the point? I didn’t think so. St. Xanthias, The Sayings of the Desert Fathers, courtesy of Fr. Thomas Moore.
This hit my “inbox” this morning and think I read it a dozen times since then. See, the Internet isn’t only trash and poison. I sent this to Elissa and Cole with notes to each, hoping that they will use … Continue reading
“We shall find that after a storm at sea there comes a deep calm.” Attributed to St. John Climacus, courtesy of Father Thomas Moore.