Tuesday, March 04, 2014

The Augustinian Quest



Henry Chadwick:
Without illusions about himself, he draws his readers into his personal quest for happiness as he feels himself driven to believe that there is nothing to keep the soul from starvation other than truth, beauty, and goodness; and they can be reached only by love, a purified and sublimated love, the beginning, middle, and end of all things.
Augustine of Hippo: A Life, p.2

1 comment:

David Brainerd said...

You sure do like to post a lot of disturbing Catholic images.