Quote of the Day– On Joy


“The joyous man is the strong man—ready to sympathize: to appreciate: to help: a comfort and a light to others. Into a world where there is a surplus of sadness, of despondency and of despair, he brings something of the power and presence of God that in turn warm and cheer the hearts of men. [Read More...]

Quote of the Day


The whole course of Christianity from the first… is but one series of troubles and disorders. Every century is like every other, and to those who live in it seems worse than all times. The Church is ever ailing… Religion seems ever expiring, schisms dominant, the light of truth dim, its adherents scattered. The cause [Read More...]

Quote of the Day, from Bishop John Lancaster Spalding (1840-1916)


January 20 To become an ethical fact, to have moral worth, knowledge must pass into action. When scholars become doers, the new order will begin. Minnie R. Cowan, ed., The Spalding Year-Book: Quotations from the Writings of Bishop John Lancaster Spalding for Each Day of the Year (Chicago: A.C. McClurg, 1905), 13. [Read more...]