Saturday, March 27, 2010

A Catholic Perspective

on the controversy:

The poisons that lurk in the mud:

In Robert Graves I, Claudius, the old emperor decides to let Nero be his heir knowing well that Nero will be so bad that people will cry for reform and the Republic to return.  In his cups, the old Claudius rumbles:

"It will be bad, exceedingly bad…worse even than Caligula but they have to have the whole terrible truth about just how bad it can be before they come to their senses.

Let all of the poisons that lurk in the mud, hatch out."

Read the whole thing.

(Via What Does The Prayer Really Say?.)

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