Ministers Face

Ministers Face is a cliff face on Long Island in the community of Kingston, in New Brunswick's Kennebecasis River northwest of the town of Rothesay.

The cliff is the source of local folklore, ranging from ghost stories to tales of volcanic activity.

Ministers Face is home to several endangered species of plants, as well as a nesting site for Peregrine falcons.

Coordinates: 45°23′53″N 66°01′19″W / 45.39806°N 66.02194°W / 45.39806; -66.02194

Famous quotes containing the words face and/or ministers:

    The well-known old remark of Cato, who used to wonder how two soothsayers could look one another in the face without laughing.
    Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 B.C.)

    ... the black girls didn’t get these pills because their black ministers were up on the pulpit saying that birth control pills were black genocide. What I’m saying is that black men have exploited black women.... They didn’t want them to have any choice about their reproductive health. And if you can’t control your reproduction, you can’t control your life.
    Joycelyn Elders (b. 1933)