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Monthly Archives: June 2018

Pray for our friend Terrye

Of your charity, please say a prayer today for the repose of the soul of our friend Terrye Claire Newkirk, who passed away yesterday. She was one of my few “internet friends” whom I’d actually met in real life, when she came to Rome a

A mobile hermitage

I really do spend a good deal of my mental energy thinking of ways I could go and hide. Ever heard of a narrowboat? My Uncle and Aunt in England are big into them. There’s a whole subculture. You really don’t have to live like

On Ireland’s suicide

Of a vision Saint Patrick had touching the conversion of Ireland: of his journey to Rome, where he was made Bishop, and of his mission by the Pope’s ho­liness for Ireland. CHAP. III WHILE St. Patrick lived with his father, one night, he saw in