Tag Archive: France

Miraculous Waters: A Troubadour’s Link to Lourdes

“My grandmother Mairie would also travel back to her homeland once and awhile to see her family, and would always go to Lourdes when there…”

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A Little Dancer: Edgar Degas and His Controversial Work of Art

“Her bony arms and legs are shaped by hard work and practice; her shoulders are straight and her stance is dignified. There is a look of what some would describe as haughtiness or defensiveness on her upturned face, and her eyes are closed…”

The Price of a Soul: Musings on the Moral Beauty of “Les Miserables”

Enjoy this insightfully, spiritually in-tune review of the moral beauty of the motion picture “Les Miserables.”

The Philosopher of the Opera: A Phantom of the Opera Fan-Fiction Story

“’The beauty in this Story is so great it freezes the soul, and still makes the blood melt…where the drama hangs on a knife-edge at every turn, and even a stableboy’s lines, when given at the right time, can save the neck of a nation.’” (Rated: PG)

For Those Who Believe: A Movie Review of “The Song of Bernadette”

Read this review of religious classic film “The Song of Bernadette”, which accurately and movingly depicts to the apparitions of Our Lady of Lourdes to St. Bernadette.

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.

Hope at Damietta

Read this historical fiction story from the perspective of a Christian crusader taken prisoner by the Saracens after the defeat at Fariskur.