About William H. O'Connell:
William Henry O'Connell was an American cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Boston from 1907 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1911.
The march to our duty here, not merely to ourselves, but to our surroundings, must proceed. God wills it.
The walls are raised against honest men in civic life.
The Puritan has passed; the Catholic remains.
You can pour holy oil and holy water on a thug until you have emptied buckets of both; but at the end he will be a consecrated thug, but a thug all the same unless interior intentions and a disciplined man are present.