Meriol Trevor Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Meriol Trevor Sayings: Cecil fingered the Agnus Dei round her neck. "Why shouldn't they have lucky things?" she Cecil fingered the Agnus Dei round her neck. "Why shouldn't they have lucky things?" she said.

"Well, it's all very complicated," Dominic said. "And perhaps I'm not the one to explain it."

"Why not?" Cecil asked, surprised.

"Because I don't know if I believe," he said seriously, "and if I did, I would be of the religion King James was banished for."

"A Catholic? Why?" Cecil was even more surprised.

"Because what they teach all hangs together in one piece," said Dominic. "It's either that or nothing for me.
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Meriol Trevor Sayings: That's not a lucky thing, Cecil," said Teresa, "it's a sacred thing." "What's the difference?" That's not a lucky thing, Cecil," said Teresa, "it's a sacred thing."

"What's the difference?" Cecil asked.

Teresa smiled. "Roughly this," she said. "A thing is magic if you get what you want through it; but if it is blessed you get what God wants through it.
Meriol Trevor Sayings: Then a movement began among the people. They creaked to their feet, shuffled and fumbled Then a movement began among the people. They creaked to their feet, shuffled and fumbled up to the front, kneeling on the floor, and she saw little Thomas at the beginning of the row. The priest turned and made the sign of the cross and all signed themselves; then he came forward and moved along the line, placing the Hosts in the mouths of the people.

Cecil had a very strange feeling; she felt that this was at the same time the most natural and the most unnatural thing she had ever seen. They were like little birds being fed by their mother, and yet it was grown people who knelt to receive what looked like a paper penny of bread on their tongues. She knew at once why the Mass provoked such love and such hate. Either what they believe is true, or else it is a dreadful delusion, she thought.