Welcome.WELCOME "Hospitality is to be chosen even above spiritual practices that appear more noble and worthwhile, more high-minded and ethereal ethereal /ethe·re·al/ (e-ther´e-il)
1. pertaining to, prepared with, containing, or resembling ether.
2. evanescent; delicate.
1. . In most cases, hospitality trumps prayer and solitude, fasting and sacrifice. It's a primary virtue, a matter of significance to those traveling the realist's road to perfection Adv. 1. to perfection - in every detail; "the new house suited them to a T"
just right, to a T, to the letter . Like an old silver spoon stored in soft gray flannel flannel, large group of napped plain-weave or twill-weave fabrics made of cotton, wool, or man-made fibers. Flannel fabrics vary in closeness or firmness of weave and in degree of napping. , hospitality neither dulls with time nor discolors with wear. It shines the brighter when brought to the table and used with regularity." (Everyday Hospitality by Thea Jarvis, Ave Maria Press Ave Maria Press is a Roman Catholic publishing company which was founded in 1865 by Friar Edward Sorin, a Holy Cross priest who had founded the University of Notre Dame. Ave Maria magazine
Sorin founded the company in order to publish the )