Tag Archive: England

To Be a Pilgrim: Thanksgiving as a Pilgrimage

“We have to step away from our securities and go somewhere else to reevaluate our priorities and discover what kind of life we want to lead…”

In Aeternum: The England That Never Changes

“Seeing true England through the perspective of the Triune splendor of the Good, the True and the Beautiful, we know that such an England can never die…”

The Admiral

“The day I saw the Admiral for the first and final time, my mouth fell wide open, and my eyes blinked with surprise!”

A River’s Flow: The Thames and Sir Thomas More

Here is a reflection on the symbolic importance of the River Thames in the classic film “A Man for All Seasons”.

That Arduous Love Affair: Sir John Betjeman and the Gift of Faith

Read this biography of Sir John Betjeman, an English poet who shone a beautiful light on the gift of faith.

The Song That Never Sleeps

“Let them sing the rebel song that never sleeps, whistling through the air, blowing in the wind…”

Magna Carta: A Thoroughly British Affair

Read this fascinating article about Magna Carta, the document that has ties not only to England but also the whole of the British Isles and Europe as well.

The Twelve Days of Christmas: Seemingly Secular, Actually Catholic!

In this fascinating article, learn about the hidden Catholic meanings found in “The 12 Days of Christmas”, an old English carol from a time when Catholicism was under persecution.

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