It is snowing across much of the United States, and the cold is forcing many to take shelter in their homes. So, grab a hot cup of coffee, and cozy up with this delightful verse, a hail to domesticity, by the great English Catholic writer G.K. Chesterton, titled: Modern Elfland, circa, 1927: I cut a staff in a churchyard copse,I clad…
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Mary, Star of the Sea
“She, I say, is that shining and brilliant star, so much needed, set in place above life’s great and spacious sea, glittering with merits, all aglow with examples for our imitation. Oh, whosoever thou art that perceiveth thyself during this mortal existence to be rather drifting in treacherous waters, at the mercy of the winds and the waves, than walking…