Mark Dorney
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Winston Churchill---wow he must have known some christian/republican/teabaggers

Winston Churchill---wow he must have known some christian/republican/teabaggers - LOL!

"Our body is like armor, our souls like the warrior. Take care of both, and you will be ready for what comes." - St. Amma Sycletice

The Catholic Gentleman. A community for Catholic men that seeks to encourage virtue, the pursuit of holiness.

"Take care of your body as if you were going to live forever, and take care of your soul as if you were going to die tomorrow." - St. Augustine

Connecting the Dots series at Westwood Community Church by Pastor Laura Gilbertson on March 2015 "Take care of your body as if you were going to live forever, and take care of your soul as if you were going to die tomorrow.

Mother Teresa on Compassion Have a deep compassion for people. To be able to have a heart full of compassion, we need to pray. Especially be kind and loving to the poor. We think we do so much for the poor, but it is they who make us rich. We are in debt to them. #mother Teresa, #mother, #compassion, #quote, #quotes, #quotation

Mother Teresa on Compassion Have a deep compassion for people. To be able to have a heart full of compassion, we need to pray.

If, Rudyard Kipling - If . . . An enduring guide for lifes challenges

Words meant for a man to teach his son how to be a man.my fav poem. Very true lessons to guide you!

Victory over Death 2 - at the National Galery of Australia

Victory over Death 2 - at the National Galery of Australia

Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you. ~ Mother Teresa

Never worry about numbers. Help one person at a time, and always start with the person nearest you. ~Mother Teresa God, rest her soul. I know she helped numerous see and accept Your true love.

Ave Crux Alba  The flags of Malta and the Order of St. John over the walls of Fort St. Angelo in Birgu. The Order has recently returned to Malta, after signing an agreement with the Maltese Government which granted the Order the exclusive use of Fort St. Angelo for 99 years. Located in the town of Birgu, the Fort belonged to the Knights from 1530 until the island was occupied by Napoleon.

Ave Crux Alba The flags of Malta and the Order of St. John over the walls of Fort St. Angelo in Birgu. The Order has recently returned to Malta, after signing an agreement with the Maltese Government which granted the Order the exclusive use of Fort St. Angelo for 99 years. Located in the town of Birgu, the Fort belonged to the Knights from 1530 until the island was occupied by Napoleon.