I stumbled upon this inspiring quote by him on Facebook yesterday. It ties together Easter and Infertility Awareness Week (or just infertility in general) SO WELL! I just had to share it! Thanks, Archbishop. You rock!
Or if the font on the graphic is too small, here's an easier-to-read but slightly-more-boring version:
If a man is ever to enjoy communion with Christ, so as to have the blood of God running through his veins and the spirit of God throbbing in his soul, he must die to the lower life of the flesh. He must be born again. And hence the law of Calvary is the law of every Christian: Unless there is a cross there will never be the resurrection, unless there is the defeat of Calvary there will never be the victory of Easter, unless there are the nails there will never be the glorious wounds, unless there is the garment of scorn there will never be the robes blazing like the sun, unless there is the crown of thorns there will never be the halo of light. For the law laid down at the beginning of time, which shall be effective until time shall be no more, is that no one shall be crowned unless he has struggled and overcome.
My dear friends, let us keep on struggling on, for the "crown" on the other side will be well worth it.