Tag Archive: mystery

Whispers of the Autumn Court

“Ours was the world of dankness and seeping chill, of rot and decay beneath the vibrant greens, of flash-fire autumns that gave way quickly to winter’s barren bones…”

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Specters of the Void: Part 4

“I saw clearly a stone castle, erect and elvish at the edge of the clearing before me…”

Specters of the Void: Part 3

“Deep in the depths of an impenetrable fortress, whose walls were mist and whose roof was the sky…”

Specters of the Void: Part 2

“There was a presence in the fog, the moon saw its breath–once in, once out…”

The Mystery of the Mass

“But lo, what is this sacred mystery which hath such great esteem in Christian hearts…?”

The Privilege of Little Words and Mighty Swords: Death, Love, Mystery, and Myth

Read this scholarly article by Bradley J. Birzer on the interconnection of death, love, mystery, and myth viewed through a Christological lens as exemplified in the works of G.K. Chesterton and T.S. Eliot.

A God That Encircles: My Journey through Celtic Christianity

Read this personal reflection by Mercia van der Vyver about why she came to embrace the unique spiritual style of Celtic Christianity.

Those Eyes

“Those eyes looked back at me, and I was lost…”