Tag Archive: Mary-Faustina

Soaring and Epic: Magical Movie Scores to Inspire the Imagination

Mary Faustina outlines some of her favorite epic film scores from composers Harry Gregson Williams, Howard Shore, and Hans Zimmer.

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Mary’s Meditation

A short story written through Our Lady’s perspective, pondering the grief and hope of the first Holy Saturday.

Idea: The Writer’s War

“I lag behind, Groping for just one memory Of all their force and dignity . . .”

A Desert with Roses: Ten Simple Resolutions to Enrich My Lent

Suffering a mid-Lent slump? Try simplifying your plans and incorporating a childlike spirit of trust and joy.

Hard to Find: A Tribute to the Cop Show “Adam-12”

“Honor’s hard to find . . . They won’t see heroism in you. They’ll rarely feel thanks.”

Chrysalis: A Free-Verse Poem for Lent

“I am a brittle ship in a hurricane, clinging to this twig that is my harbor . . .”

The Case for Jo Laurence: An Analysis of the Relationships in “Little Women”

10 reasons why Jo March and ‘Laurie’ Laurence should have ended up together in “Little Women.”

Vale of Tears: A Song of the Elves

“A glitter, glimmer, moth of white. . .”