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29 Great Cardinal Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Great Cardinal Sayings By Dorothy Grover Bolton: Silence isn't always golden; sometimes it's just yellow. Silence isn't always golden; sometimes it's just yellow. — Dorothy Grover Bolton
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Great Cardinal Sayings By Mitt Romney: I've met people of great faith. I sat in the home of Billy Graham and I've met people of great faith. I sat in the home of Billy Graham and in the residence of Cardinal Dolan and prayed with these men of God. — Mitt Romney
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Great Cardinal Sayings By Ben Aaronovitch: Landscaping is the great cardinal sin of modern architecture. It's not your garden, it's not Landscaping is the great cardinal sin of modern architecture. It's not your garden, it's not a park - it's a formless patch of grass, shrubbery and the occasional tree that exists purely to stop the original developer's plans from looking like a howling concrete wilderness. — Ben Aaronovitch
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Great Cardinal Sayings By Mario Lopez: I love talking about women because they are a constant study and you're always learning. I love talking about women because they are a constant study and you're always learning. — Mario Lopez
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Great Cardinal Sayings By James C. Collins: Comparison, a great teacher once told me, is the cardinal sin of modern life. It Comparison, a great teacher once told me, is the cardinal sin of modern life. It traps us in a game that we can't win. Once we define ourselves in terms of others, we lose the freedom to shape our own lives. — James C. Collins
Great Cardinal Sayings By Pat Conroy: Here's what I love: when a great writer turns me into a Jew from Chicago, Here's what I love: when a great writer turns me into a Jew from Chicago, a lesbian out of South Carolina, or a black woman moving into a subway entrance in Harlem. Turn me into something else, writers of the world. Make me Muslim, heretic, hermaphrodite. Put me into a crusader's armor, a cardinal's vestments. Let me feel the pygmy's heartbeat, the queen's breast, the torturer's pleasure, the Nile's taste, or the nomad's thirst. Tell me everything that I must know. Hold nothing back. — Pat Conroy
Great Cardinal Sayings By Franz Von Papen: Allow me to say how manly and humanly great of you I think this is. Allow me to say how manly and humanly great of you I think this is. Your courageous and firm intervention have met with nothing but recognition throughout the entire world. I congratulate you for all you have given anew to the German nation by crushing the intended second revolution. — Franz Von Papen
Great Cardinal Sayings By Frederica Mathewes-Green: The Church is the safe place to be. I can safely believe everything the Church The Church is the safe place to be. I can safely believe everything the Church teaches. It will not harm me, and in fact it will equip me to grow and grow and have a better and better ability to experience that direct presence. — Frederica Mathewes-Green
Great Cardinal Sayings By F Scott Fitzgerald: Everyone suspects themselves of at least one of the cardinal virtues ... Everyone suspects themselves of at least one of the cardinal virtues ... — F Scott Fitzgerald
Great Cardinal Sayings By Pierre Trudeau: What is wonderful about a university like LSE is that you not only receive teaching What is wonderful about a university like LSE is that you not only receive teaching of very high quality, you also learn where to find the knowledge you are seeking. And you make unexpected discoveries;it was a Marxist professor who introduced me to the work of Cardinal Newman, a great master of English prose as well as theology. — Pierre Trudeau
Great Cardinal Sayings By Alan Bennett: Our father the novelist; my husband the poet. He belongs to the ages - just Our father the novelist; my husband the poet. He belongs to the ages - just don't catch him at breakfast. Artists, celebrated for their humanity, they turn out to be scarcely human at all. — Alan Bennett
Great Cardinal Sayings By John Daniel: The Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648, was a series of conflicts that became the last great The Thirty Years' War, 1618-1648, was a series of conflicts that became the last great struggle of religious wars in Europe. It was fought almost exclusively on German soil ... but before the war ended, it involved most of the nations of Europe. The underlying cause of the war was the deep-seated hostility between the German Protestants and German Catholics - with the Jesuits and Cardinal Richelieu, who was the real ruler of France, fanning the fires to accomplish their ends. — John Daniel
Great Cardinal Sayings By Swati Avasthi: We all screw up. We all wish we were stronger than we are, and not We all screw up. We all wish we were stronger than we are, and not one of us will get through this life without regret. — Swati Avasthi
Great Cardinal Sayings By Lord Chesterfield: Cardinal Mazarin was a great knave, but no great man; much more cunning than able; Cardinal Mazarin was a great knave, but no great man; much more cunning than able; scandalously false and dirtily greedy. — Lord Chesterfield
Great Cardinal Sayings By Richard Harris Barham: The Jackdaw sat in the Cardinal's chair! Bishop and Abbot and Prior were there, Many The Jackdaw sat in the Cardinal's chair! Bishop and Abbot and Prior were there, Many a monk and many a friar, Many a knight and many a squire, With a great many more of lesser degree,
In sooth a goodly company; And they served the Lord Primate on bended knee. Never, I ween, Was a prouder seen, Read of in books or dreamt of in dreams, Than the Cardinal Lord Archbishop of Rheims. — Richard Harris Barham
Great Cardinal Sayings By Robert Green Ingersoll: It is told that the great Angelo, in decorating a church, painted some angels wearing It is told that the great Angelo, in decorating a church, painted some angels wearing sandals. A cardinal looking at the picture said to the artist: Whoever saw angels with sandals? Angelo answered with another question: Whoever saw an angel barefooted? — Robert Green Ingersoll
Great Cardinal Sayings By Victor Hugo: One day - when the emperor had come to call on his uncle the cardinal One day - when the emperor had come to call on his uncle the cardinal - our worthy priest happened to be waiting as his Majesty went by. Noticing that the old man looked at him with a certain curiosity, Napoleon turned around and said brusquely, 'Who is this good man looking at me?'
'Sire,' replied M. Myriel, "you are looking at a good man, and I at a great one. May we both be the better for it."
That evening the emperor asked the cardinal the priest's name, Still later, M. Myriel was totally surprised to learn he had been appointed Bishop of Digne. — Victor Hugo
Great Cardinal Sayings By Herbert Spencer: Is it stupidity or is it moral cowardice which leads men to continue professing a Is it stupidity or is it moral cowardice which leads men to continue professing a creed that makes self-sacrifice a cardinal principle, while they urge the sacrificing of others, even to the death, when they trespass against us? Is it blindness, or is it an insance inconsistency, which makes them regard as most admirable the bearing of evil for the benefit of others, while they lavish admiration on those who, out of revenge, inflict great evils in return for small ones suffered? Surely our barbarian code of right needs revision, and our barbarian standard of honour should be somewhat changed. — Herbert Spencer
Great Cardinal Sayings By Cardinal Richelieu: Not the least of the qualities that go into the making of a great ruler Not the least of the qualities that go into the making of a great ruler is the ability of letting others serve him. — Cardinal Richelieu
Great Cardinal Sayings By George Cardinal Pell: The argument that personal moral views should not be imposed on others when it comes The argument that personal moral views should not be imposed on others when it comes to lawmaking is incoherent and misleading. It is incoherent because a great deal of law implicitly "imposes" a particular moral view on the wider society. It would be disingenuous to pretend that the legalization of abortion on demand or euthanasia does not impose a certain moral view on the rest of society. This is especially true when arguments for abortion and euthanasia are based on rights. The appeal to rights is a moral argument, and it is this appeal to moral authority that gives force to laws enshrining rights. — George Cardinal Pell
Great Cardinal Sayings By Cardinal Mazarin: Great rogues hang the little ones. Great rogues hang the little ones. — Cardinal Mazarin
Great Cardinal Sayings By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: In one word, the great pillar of the Christian's hope is substitution. The vicarious sacrifice In one word, the great pillar of the Christian's hope is substitution. The vicarious sacrifice of Christ for the guilty, Christ being made sin for us that we might be made the righteousness of God in him, Christ offering up a true and proper expiatory and substitutionary sacrifice in the room, place, and stead of as many as the Father gave him, who are known to God by name, and are recognized in their own hearts by their trusting in Jesus
this is the cardinal fact of the gospel. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Great Cardinal Sayings By Hilary Mantel: Christ, he thinks, by my age I ought to know. You don't get on by Christ, he thinks, by my age I ought to know. You don't get on by being original. You don't get on by being bright. You don't get on by being strong. You get on by being a subtle crook; somehow he thinks that's what Norris is, and he feels an irrational dislike taking root, and he tries to dismiss it, because he prefers his dislikes rational, but after all, these circumstances are extreme, the cardinal in the mud, the humiliating tussle to get him back in the saddle, the talking, talking, on the barge, and worse, the talking, talking on his knees, as if Wolsey's unraveling, in a great unweaving of scarlet thread that might lead you back into a scarlet labyrinth, with a dying monster at its heart. — Hilary Mantel
Great Cardinal Sayings By Richard Carlson: One of the cardinal rules of joyful living is that judging others takes a great One of the cardinal rules of joyful living is that judging others takes a great deal of energy and, without exception, pulls you away from where you want to be. — Richard Carlson
Great Cardinal Sayings By Kate Winslet: Glamour to me is about remaining graceful and understated. Glamour to me is about remaining graceful and understated. — Kate Winslet
Great Cardinal Sayings By Thomas More: Upon this, I (who took the boldness to speak freely before the Cardinal) said, 'There Upon this, I (who took the boldness to speak freely before the Cardinal) said, 'There was no reason to wonder at the matter, since this way of punishing thieves was neither just in itself nor good for the public; for, as the severity was too great, so the remedy was not effectual; simple theft not being so great a crime that it ought to cost a man his life; no punishment, how severe soever, being able to restrain those from robbing who can find out no other way of livelihood. — Thomas More
Great Cardinal Sayings By John Henry Newman: From My Life's Work by Cardinal NewmanGod has created me to do Him some definite From My Life's Work by Cardinal Newman
God has created me to do Him some definite service. He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have my mission. I may never know it in this life, but I shall be told it in the next ... I shall do good. I shall do His work if I do but keep His commandments and serve Him in my calling.
Therefore I will trust Him. Whatever, wherever I am. I can never be thrown away. If I am in sickness, my sickness may serve Him, if I am in sorrow, my sorrow may serve Him. My sickness, or perplexity, or sorrow may be necessary causes of some great end, which is quite beyond us. He does nothing in vain. — John Henry Newman
Great Cardinal Sayings By Cardinal Richelieu: Nothing so upholds the laws as the punishment of persons whose rank is as great Nothing so upholds the laws as the punishment of persons whose rank is as great as their crime. — Cardinal Richelieu
Great Cardinal Sayings By Andrew Roberts: The Idea of the University, Cardinal John Henry Newman's great work defining how the republic The Idea of the University, Cardinal John Henry Newman's great work defining how the republic of the mind should be governed, hailed the importance of increasing the breadth of understanding, promoting excellence in scholarship, advancing student dialogue and freedom of expression and inquiry. — Andrew Roberts