Saint Augustine's restless search for truth and love ended when he found Christ.
Putting aside those modern interpreters who view Augustine as overly prudish or harsh, his writings are filled with love of Christ and an emphasis on the anticipated joys of heavenly beauty.
His passion for Christ and His Church burned even on his deathbed as the gates of Hippo were besieged by barbarians.
Perhaps his most famous quote is also his best:
Our hearts are restless until they rest in Thee, O God.