Touring the Abbey of St. Ignatius, we found the library modernized, internet work stations heavily used. Its layout a cross, all four wings the same length and shape, each about twenty feet across, topped with flat ceilings sixty feet high, mostly stained glass. They brought beautiful light down to the reading desks in their rows. I was kneeling to explain something about this to our young son when you nudged me awake. I barely had time to say goodbye to the intricate wood traceries in the awesome coffer-work and to the ancient banners draping down, and to our young son who wasn’t sure he wanted to see any more of this stuff anyway. All in all it was a. Hey. Good morning to you, too.