In this our world of great renown, So many things are upside down. Pious divines preach evolution And kings join the revolution.
It need not be the one, expecting to depart, The one with the ailing lungs or failing heart.
Knowing that it would burn she courted fire; And who shall wish to chide her heart’s desire?
At morn, at noon, at twilight dim, Maria, thou hast heard my hymn!
No longer of Him be it said “He hath no place to lay His head.”
Oh you who are anxious to learn what it is to enjoy the Word, prepare not your ear but your soul; for it is grace that teaches it and not language. This secret remains hidden from the wise and the … Continue reading
It is well known that J.R.R. Tolkien, the celebrated fantasy writer who gave us The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, was a Catholic. He was not a writer who just happened to be also a Catholic; he was … Continue reading