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  • "To include God in the things we do, is the surest way of adding meaning to our lives." ― Br. Giacomo

    La Cappella di San Cipriano, Tires, Alto Adige, Italia / The Chapel of St. Cipriano, Tires, South Tyrol, Italy


    • "Every harvest, every new customer, every packet of wages and every good thing is given to us by the grace of God." ― Br. Giacomo

      Scandia Lutheran Church, Malta, Montana (Photo by Todd Klassy)

      A message for Sunday


      • "Christianity asserts that each of us possesses a soul which will exist eternally. This statement can only be one of two things; either true or false. Now there are a good many things which I might not concern myself with if I were to simply vanish when I die, but which I ought to soberly consider if I am to live forever. In my mind, I have no doubt whatsoever that the chief of those considerations must be Christ." CS Lewis

        The Chapel of St. Stylianos, Fira, Santorini, Cyclades Islands, Greece


        • "Atheists seem to revel in expressing their rage against God, and yet in their view, He doesn't exist! This is something I have always found a little strange." CS Lewis

          Biserica Sfânta Treime, Brașov, România / Church of the Holy Trinity, Brasov, Romania with the Făgăraș mountains in the background


          • "I have discovered the paradox that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only love." Mother Teresa

            La Chiesa di San Giorgio, Val di Fiemme, Italia / The Church of St.George, Fiemme Valley, Italy



            • "If I were to tell you that God yearns to be in fellowship with you, you might say 'Then let Him speak to me', and to which I might reply, 'He just has!'" Brother Giacomo

              "Seek the Lord while He may be found." The Prophet Isaiah

              The Church of St. John the Theologian, Lake Ohrid, Macedonia



              • "I can tell you with all certainty that God exists, as anyone who has ever sought Him with sincerity can attest. The problem faced by comfortable societies is that in their comfort they forget who made them comfortable. So guess what God does? He allows those whom He once made comfortable to become uncomfortable – He does not do this out of spite, but out of love, that we may awake from foolishness and be reconciled to Him while our souls may still be saved." ― Brother Giacomo

                Holy Trinity Church, Gergeti, Caucasus Mountains, Georgia



                • "We may ignore, but can nowhere evade the presence of God, for He is everywhere and in everything." CS Lewis

                  The Chapel of St. Bernhard von Aosta, Gornergrat, Switzerland



                  • "Every church we build should be a statement which declares that God is our greatest love, and if He truly is, then our churches will be truly blessed." Brother Giacomo

                    Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia (Photo by Ivan Smelov)

                    Holy Trinity Cathedral


                    • "So much beauty, so much diversity, in land, beast and man; too much intricacy, too much design and too much harmony for this to be 'evolution'. I am telling you plainly, it is not! Instead, it is the work of an almighty God who is all powerful and all loving. Everyday His arms are open wide to all who will receive Him, to those who will take the time to discover Him. Make that choice, and you will never ever look back." Brother Giacomo

                      The Greek-Catholic Church of Botiza in the Maramureș region of Romania on the edge of the Carpathian mountains
                      (Photo by Adrian Petrisor)



                      • "If you make the Lord your refuge, no evil shall befall you." Psalm 91

                        Daniel in the Lion's Den by Briton Rivière



                        • "Christ was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made so that without Him nothing was made. In Him was life, and that life was the light of man. The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it." St. John

                          Nesseby Church, Finnmark, Norway


                          A Song for Sunday


                          • "If a thing is free to be good, then it is also free to be bad; indeed free will is what made evil possible in this world. Why then did God give mankind free will? The answer is because free will, though it makes evil possible, is also the only means by which authentic love may be expressed and experienced; and love, changes everything." CS Lewis

                            The Church of Tomarapi, Sajama National Park, Bolivia



                            • "He who lays up treasures on earth will inevitably be separated from them, to him death is loss; but he who lays up treasures in heaven will be united with them, and to him death is gain." R. Alcorn

                              La Chiesa di Santa Gertrude, Solda, Bolzano, Italia



                              • To the God who sets when life begins, to the One who takes away my sins. To Him who heals from hurt and harm, who does the raging storm becalm. To Him I yield my heartfelt praise, my voice with love to Him I raise. He is the start, He is the end, He is my everlasting Friend. Anon.

                                Zion's Church, Ilulissat, Greenland



                                • "Neither height nor depth, nor any other thing, can separate us from the love of God which is found in Christ Jesus our Lord."
                                  St. Paul

                                  La Cappella degli Alpini, Tre Cime, Alto Adige, Italia / The Alpine Chapel, Three Peaks, South Tyrol, Italy



                                  • "The only things we can keep, are the things we freely give to God." CS Lewis

                                    Theth Church, Shkodër County, Albania



                                    • "I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life." Jesus Christ

                                      Craggagh Cemetery, Fanore, County Clare, Ireland