How Many Kinds of Sweet Flowers Grow?: Springtime Floral Photos

Enjoy these beautiful springtime floral photos, taken by the Fellowship’s own Frodo Baggins!

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Home: Song of the Water Faerie

“From water I was born to life; I rose through waves to joy and strife…”

It Begins with Light: A Londoner’s Conversion to Catholicism

Read this personal testimony of enlightenment and conversion from a Anglo-Scottish Londoner who found his way home to the Catholic Church.

Seeds

“Morning dawned with a rumor–and with the morning light, the rumor stretched and spread…”

Bound by a Seal: A Movie Review of “I Confess”

Fr. Logan, a young Catholic priest, finds himself caught between two impossible choices: saving his own life and reputation, or breaking the sacred Seal of Confession.

Bart the Bard

“’Deep in the mountains in a hidden cave is a sword. This sword gives unbelievable power, power not even I can begin to understand. It is being sought by my enemy, Marvin the Maligned. He mustn’t get it, Bart.’” (Rated: G)

God’s Humble Instrument

“She squeezed the rosary so hard her knuckles went white.. ‘It’s scary, Miss Laura,’ she whispered, ‘but . . . I just try to think about the angels…’” (Rated: PG)

Observations on Novels and the Reader’s Life–Crispin: The End of Time by Avi

Enjoy Mary Faustina’s cheeky review of a historical fiction trilogy set in the Hundred Years’ War which she boldly decided to delve into backwards!