William was a monk of great desire to seek the Face of God. And he wrote tomes that delve into what constitutes the human person - the soul. From there he strove to attain to the heights of spiritual perfection. For what he sought so strongly in the beginning of his life as a monk, he found that only a loving Creator could bring the soul to Himself. And for the soul through willing only what God wills, God bestows the heavenly kiss which is between the Father and the Son. The human soul, therefore, was made to share in the divine life of the Trinity.
The class thanks Dr. Rozanne for guiding us through William's writings and sharing her deep insights into the nature and dignity of love.