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  • #61
    "All that is necessary for evil to triumph, is for good men to do nothing." Edmund Burke

    Iona Abbey, the Isle of Iona, Scotland


    • #62
      "The great chant of twentieth century Western secularism was "There is no god." That chant grows weaker every day as our youth look beyond the hollow soul of a moral-free twenty-first century. They are discovering for themselves, that which our ancestors once found, when their hearts were humble and open to faith. They are prepared to challenge the paradigms of the past, and in so doing they are recognising one fundamental truth - that there absolutely is a God!" ― Br. Giacomo

      The Cooper Memorial Chapel, Bella Vista, Arkansas, United States


      • #63
        "God shows His love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us." St. Paul

        La Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Tremezzo, Lago di Como / The Church of St. Lorenzo, Tremezzo, Lake Como, Italy
        (Photo: Bob Radlinski)


        • #64
          "Every century since Christ, the church has failed in its duty to faithfully represent God. For the church, like man, is imperfect. But no matter the effectiveness of the church, our conscience calls us to pursue God, by faith, as best we can, and from the very depths of our heart - for somewhere within each one of us is the awareness that He exists, and that He is who He says He is. One day we will stand before Him, of this we should be certain, and on that day how much better it will be if we already know Him. To those who are willing, He says: "Come, seek me, and you will find me; each and every day I wait for you." ― Br. Giacomo

          Ekklisía Agios Stylianos (The Church of Saint Stylianos) Firá, Santorini, Greece


          • #65
            "Is prayer your steering wheel, or your spare tyre?" Corrie Ten Boom

            El Santuario de Chimayó (Chimayó Chapel), New Mexico, United States



            • #66
              "Be assured, that if you walk with God and look to Him and expect help from Him, He will not fail you." George Muller

              The Cathedral of Saint Isaac, St. Petersburg, Russia



              • #67
                "He who lays up treasure on earth spends his life walking away from his treasure. To him, death is loss. He who lays up treasure in heaven looks forward to eternity; he is moving daily towards his treasure. To him, death is gain." ― Randy Alcorn

                The Church of St. Cathernine in Zasip, Slovenia



                • #68
                  "The greatest choice we can ever make, is whether to reject or receive Christ." ― Br. Giacomo

                  Noravank Monastery, Yeghegnadzor, Armenia



                  • #69
                    "Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne and I, have founded empires. But on what did we rest the creations of our genius? Upon force. Jesus Christ founded His empire upon love; and at this hour millions of men would die for Him." ― Napoléon Bonaparte

                    Chapel of the Ozarks,Taney County, Missouri



                    • #70
                      "We can search the whole earth and spend our entire lives seeking peace, but true peace is only found when we seek the Prince of Peace, the very One who continually invites us to discover Him." ― Br. Giacomo

                      The Chapel at Keldur Farm, Rangárvallasısla, Iceland



                      • #71
                        “How monotonously alike have been the tyrants and conquerors of this world, and how gloriously different the saints.” ― CS Lewis

                        Saint Andrew's Church, Kiev, Ukraine (Photo: Irisina)



                        • #72
                          "I have held many things in my hands, and have lost them all; but whatever I have placed in the hands of God, that I still possess." Martin Luther

                          Bella Donna Chapel, Adriatica Village, McKinney, Texas



                          • #73
                            "We don't realise that Christ is all we need, until Christ is all we have." Tim Keller

                            St. Peter's Church, Edensor, Derbyshire



                            • #74
                              "The purpose of life is to discover God and the meaning of life is love." Br. Giacomo

                              Vågan Church, Nordland County, Norway



                              • #75
                                "I am the gate; whoever enters through me will be saved." Jesus Christ

                                A Song for Sunday