Faith Sullivan Quotes

Francis A. Sullivan, S.J. (born May 21, 1922) is an American Catholic theologian and a Jesuit priest. He is best known for his research in the area of ecclesiology and the magisterium.

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Faith Sullivan


I'm making out with a dead girl in my dreams. I'm screwing women I have no business screwing. I'm pushing away the one person who actually gives a damn about me. It's like the Bermuda Triangle of heartache and I'm sinking fast.

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Poverty made me feel weak, as if I were coming down with an awful, debilitating, communicable disease - the disease of being without money. Instead of going to the hospital, you went to the poor farm. The difference was, you never got well at the poor farm.

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I know this much: if you gotta write, honey, you gotta write. Some call it a disease, some a madness. Ah, but I call it love.

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Part of the business of being an artist is abetting talent. The best do that.

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I always fantasized about having a girl stand on my bar like in that movie Coyote Ugly, but I never thought it would happen.

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Another chapter closes before it has the chance to begin

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Chemistry's a tricky thing, and if I'm not feeling it, I'm not gonna pretend.

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gardening is a madness and a rapture.

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It's a good and rare thing to realize when we're happy.

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For my money, there are no more fascinating, hard-working, vulnerable creatures on earth than writers. Every day, they lay their souls out there for public approval or rejection.

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Living on hope is like being hungry all the time.

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This is New York, babe. Be ready to expect anything.

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He found me when I was at my lowest point.

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There was a strange kind of comfort in misunderstandings and differences that were old enough to have lost their teeth.

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Why do you still feel the need to punish yourself for something that was out of your control?

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