Tag Archive: sacrifice

Passion and Resurrection

“Crowned with barbs of worldly conceit, clad in vesture of nature’s scorn…”

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.

The Duty of Stars

Enjoy this magical story about a lonely school teacher who finds love and light with her very own wishing star.

Advent Sacrifice

“You turned your back on brilliance, bade earth an agonized goodbye and empty-handed faced the dark, like everyone who comes this way…”

The Diamond of England: The Mission and Martyrdom of St. Edmund Campion

“Edmund Campion truly was ‘a man for all seasons’ in his own right. He was a student, a teacher, a scholar, an author, a missionary, and so much more. He was a man of both words and deeds.”

The Stag Who Lived Forever

Blessed by the faeries and leader of a charmed life, a stag discovers that true greatness lies in sacrificial love.

Idle Dreams

“A blade that bore three silver stars — stars from a dream, and nothing more…”

Your Voice

“I walked a path to Calvary Hill, You hung from the cross, bound by love and will…”

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