Tag Archive: British mythology

Diwrnach Is Dead

“’Diwrnarch is dead,’ the King of Annwn’s voice is like a death knell. His cloak is darker than the shadows of the hall yet his eyes are bright as stars.” (Rated: PG-13)

Catholic or Pagan Imagination: A Response to Colleen Gillard

“The old stories were seen in a new light, in the light of Christ, God become man and the cosmos attendant to that…”

Sacred Chalice, Blooming Staff: The Legend of the Glastonbury Thorn

Learn about the coming of Christianity to Britain as retold in the legends of Joseph of Arimathea, who is said to have brought both the Glastonbury Thorn and the Holy Grail to the western isles.

A Glimpse of Reality: An Analysis of Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Arthurian Poem “The Lady of Shalott”

While most readers assume this to be a simple story about ill-fated love, it actually has a much deeper meaning.

Our Lady of Britannia

“This land was once they dowry; pray make it so again…Our Lady of Britannia, ora pro nobis!”

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