Martin D’Arcy, fully Fr. Martin Cyril D'Arcy

Martin
D’Arcy, fully Fr. Martin Cyril D'Arcy
1888
1978

English Roman Catholic Priest, Philosopher and Intellectual

Author Quotes

Leave Him [God] out of our explanations, and the life of thought is decapitated... Without God, everything dries up.

The peculiar character of an individual human being is distinction from an atom lies in this, that he is the owner of himself and responsible to himself.

We cannot leave behind what has once been true, for progress is an advance into truth, a deeper appreciation and love of what is familiar, be it a birthright, or a gift such as Revelation.

As a philosophy, Pessimism is self-destructive. The mind which conceives the good and the ideal is made in the same breath to deny their value.

As the artist creates patterns in a vain effort to catch a beauty which escapes him, because it is behind his thought and never realized in what he sees, so the love of God beckons and draws the soul of man, though he has never heard the sacred Name.

Novelists seldom write for a believing public; they take for granted that their readers will be as themselves, that is, human beings without a definite standard of morals, without preconceived conceptions of truth.

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First Name
Martin
Last Name
D’Arcy, fully Fr. Martin Cyril D'Arcy
Birth Date
1888
Death Date
1978
Bio

English Roman Catholic Priest, Philosopher and Intellectual