Frog stomachs splayed open with organs set to the side,
Arguments about the purpose of organized religion,
A research paper on artificial intelligence,
A house leader proposing a change in the rules,
A Pro-life club member speaking to the young about the value of motherhood,
Inked art on a page made as a gift for a friend,
A flower placed in a vase for Mary,
A dozen girls and boys in a heated soccer game,
A small book club based upon a shared love of mystery and adventure.
This is a partial list of a week at school. JPII flourishes, not in the big impressive, gaudy expenditures, but in its small, faithful, and beautiful moments of learning and charity.
For complaining, we have no quarter. For love, we have no limit.