|Quotable & Notable|
Issue Date: May 19, 2006
Quotable & Notable
It is time, in my view, that it should close.
-- British Attorney General Lord Peter Goldsmith said that the Guantánamo Bay detention center has become a symbol of injustice. It is the strongest criticism of the camp yet by a senior British official.
At future synods, even if the theme was agriculture, there would still be pressure for a married clergy!
-- Cardinal George Pell of Sydney, Australia, in the first of a series of commentaries on the virtues of celibacy in his archdiocesan newspaper, said that the faction in the Catholic church that favors a married priesthood is waging a strong campaign.
You can be a Christian, hit really hard on the football field and still glorify God.
-- Terry Delph, cofounder of the Central Maryland Christian Crusaders, a football team for homeschooled children
Its not who you know. Its whom you know.
-- Retired Bishop Anthony G. Bosco of Greensburg, Pa., in a commencement address May 6 for Duquesne University in Pittsburgh
The real movers and shakers behind the evangelical movement are highly educated, thoughtful people with entrepreneurial skills, wealth and extraordinary management savvy.
-- Princeton University professor Robert Wuthnow commenting on doctoral student D. Michel Lindsays study of Christian conservatives
National Catholic Reporter, May 19, 2006
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