Charles A. Coulombe, Catholic historian and author, explores the ceremonial traditions and spiritual symbolism behind hunting in Western Civilization.
“It is a woven song of starlight and dewdrops; it is made of butterflies caught in a prism of light…”
“Within a locked and ornate cage, a fairy sat in sorrow…”
“She returned to her watch of all things heavenly and earthly, as it is fitting for any moon who wishes to keep his or her reputation as a poetic and somewhat mysterious being…”
“The tree is warm in this cold place…it welcomes you as only a good home can.”