“I love the image of Christ as a chubby little helpless babe in Mary’s arms–looking at His own reflection in her eyes. I love this entire image of Jesus and Mary! It reminds us that we should be like little children and trust Mary completely.” ~K. Anne, November 19, 2019. Today, the Roman Catholic Church celebrates the Blessed Virgin Mary…
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Caryll Houselander in May
The month of May continues, and, today, I am posting a short excerpt from The Reed of God which was written by the English Catholic writer, Caryll Houselander (b. 1901- d. 1954). The topic of The Reed of God is the Blessed Virgin Mary, as is, the topic of this excerpt: “She is not wearied with our littleness; her smile comes down…
In October by G.K. Chesterton
WHERE are they gone that did delight in honour Abrupt and absolute as an epic ends, What light of the Last Things, like death at morning, Crowns the true lovers and the tragic friends? Young priests with eager faces bright as eagles, Poor scholars of the harp-string, strict and strong, All the huge thirst of things irrevocable And all…