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The Ballad of Thomas Ox

A tiny village in Christendom
Is where this tale tells on
Down dusty trails into the town
I found a man anon

So worn from travel, three of us… 494 more words

Poetry

The Fields of Christendom (Part 1)

Thérèse came up the hill
To join me as I mused
While looking out and beyond
To the land of Christendom
Over the bridge I had spotted below… 447 more words

Poetry

Santa Teresita de Lisieux

“Para mi, la oración es un impulso del corazón:
una simple mirada lanzada hacia el cielo…”

“For me, prayer is an impulse from the heart, 180 more words

Pintura Religiosa

I have loved what you loved

I have loved what you loved
I have raised my eyes
Been moved by your example
Followed as you led
Had faith because you did… 33 more words

Poetry

Story of a Soul

27 – ‘How is it that God can be present in a small host?’ The little one said: ‘That is not surprising, God is all powerful.’ What does all powerful mean?’ ‘It means He can do what He wants!’

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Christian

Taste and See: Life conquers death

The Gospel provided for the 4th Sunday of Lent, in Year B, came from the Gospel of John.

Jesus said to Nicodemus:

‘The Son of Man must be lifted up…

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Catholic Faith