John and Bill Shaw are brothers, they are both Catholic priests, both in their 80's, and inseparable. A few years ago, they decided to take the hiking trail up Mount Adams in Washington State. But about two-thirds the way up the 12,281-foot climb, they were tired. So they headed back down the mountain, arriving at the trailhead 10 hours after their start. It was then they discovered that Fr. John Shaw had left his eyeglasses on the trail, probably on a rock. Three days later, they ventured up the trail again to try to find the glasses. They began to realize how futile their search might be, among all the “nooks and crannies and rocks and snow...and all the people who had been on that trail.” They were about to give up when Fr. Bill Shaw (“he’s such a man of prayer,” insists Fr. John) said: “We haven’t prayed yet to St. Anthony.” St. Anthony who was very special to their mother, and to them as well. So they prayed. And as they finished the prayer, they looked down at the ground. The glasses were there at their feet.