January the sixth is Epiphany, a feast once celebrated with grandeur and joy. Let us revive Epiphany celebrations; let us restore Catholic culture in our homes and in our families. To learn about the history of Catholic Epiphany customs, I am (again) posting the following Epiphany-related text(s) from the French priest and Benedictine monk, Dom Prosper Gueranger (b. 1805- d.…
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For Advent by Christina Rossetti Sweet sweet sound of distant waters, falling On a parched and thirsty plain; Sweet sweet song of soaring skylark, calling On the sun to shine again; Perfume of the rose, only the fresher For past fertilizing rain; Pearls amid the sea, a hidden treasure For some daring hand to gain; – Better, dearer than all…