minima maxima sunt

The Small things are the Great things; as in a grain of mustard seed.

For your consideration

Links Page

Here you can find further information, discussion or even a good read. Be sure to check back as this will absolutely be growing over time.


New Advent– has the Catholic Encyclopedia, an excellent Bible tool with Latin and Greek as well as English and more.

Spero News– Spero is Latin for hope. News, Forum for discussion and more.

Bede’s Library– Reasonable apologetics and other matters.

Chesterton’s Works on the Web– Excellent on-line library of G.K. Chesterton.

Ancient Future Catholics– For the post-modern/post-evangelical.

The Inklings – A blog examining the work of the Inklings

C.S. Lewis – Information website.

 Catechism of the Catholic Church – The Official teachings of the Catholic Church.


(Some of these authors may have many other great books to read. I am listing those that relate to the material in minima maxima sunt.)
by G.K. Chesterton-The Everlasting Man, Orthodoxy, Heretics, St. Thomas Aquinas, St Francis of Assisi, The Catholic Church and Conversion.

by C.S. Lewis-The Discarded Image, Mere Christianity.

By James Hannam-God’s Philosophers/The Genesis of Science.

Lives of the Saints

Catechism of the Catholic Church

One thought on “For your consideration

  1. Saint Michael,

    Excellent site, almost sacramental. All it needs is a whiff of incense (which I can’t provide). In your particular case I would add 2-3 new widgets (no more, as they can complicate your “face” page. I would also double (and perhaps triple, your “categories”, when you do this you place the site into the search engine, and will pull in those from the street, which would never try to find you unless Bing, or Google told them where to look.

    You seem to be a natural at aesthetics. You lay things out according to what you know is right, and good. There are so many sites who fall woefully short. I know you have seen them, but pay them no mind. If your site is beautiful, and true, it will be “the donkey who carries your words” the farthest.

    I would suggest as well as squeezing out of Facebook all you can. Link up with “” and tie FB and your blog together. Definitely tie in your friends on FB, and invite them to visit. This specific action I would do once a month. If your blog is intensely yours, then I know you can do this.

    Consider a kind of parallel page off FB. For me it was a periphiel experience. I knew it would resonate with a few others, but I had no enthusiasm for it. But I did go with it, and struggled to make this work, and it has.

    I’m sure there is more, you have much less free-time than I have. I will try to think of other things, and then dial it back. Maybe, if you have anything more specific, I could be more focused into what you are thinking through.


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