Regan Hamleigh: We need to play both sides.
Waleran Bigod: Oh, I intend to do that as negotiator, but your position is not as flexible.
Waleran Bigod: I wish to be made Archbishop of Canterbury once Stephen regains his throne. The current one will have to be removed, of course.
Francis: I've become a politician, Philip. I serve who best serves me.
Waleran Bigod: When chaos reigns, dear Lady, Satan often forgets about God's humble servants, and we may carry on with our holy work without interference.
Ellen: Philip is wrong. He will understand that he made a mistake.
Jack: Philip is stubborn. You push against him and he pushes back. It would take witchcraft to change his mind.
Ellen: Not all of the brothers fear me as you do.
Philip: I do not fear you. I oppose what you stand for, which is hatred of God, and church and morality.
Ellen: I love God. Though I don't worship her quite the same way as you do. My church hasn't as many rules as yours, and is a lot more forgiving. And as for morality, I use love as my compass, which Christ seemed to approve of, even if you don't.
Philip: God wants you, Jack. Of that, I'm certain. He saved your life. He speaks to you through your art, as clearly as he spoke to Augustine, Gregory, all his artist-saints. The question is this: do you want God? It's a simple choice, not an easy one.