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our Hope, our Seat of Wisdom, and a mighty Queen indeed

Source: National Catholic Register K. V. Turley visits the Russian Revolution exhibition at the British Museum and finds a secret history… Recently, London’s British Library concluded its five-month exhibition: Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy and Myths. I was handed a free … Continue reading

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the ancient words began to be spoken

Source: National Catholic Register What the Reformation took away, the Lord and the kindness of a family gave back. K. V. Turley attends a Mass at Walsingham. If you have ever visited Walsingham, England’s National Marian Shrine, you may have … Continue reading

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our faith is one in a loving Father who has a plan for each soul

Source: N. C. Register K. V. Turley writes on the only star sign that really matters… that of Bethlehem. Pope Francis spoke out recently about those who place their trust in astrology and fortune-telling. It is a mark of the … Continue reading

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a secluded place where I am not far from a tabernacle

Source: The Creative Catholic In this article, K. V. Turley interviews writer and theologian, Dawn Eden Goldstein. My father has always spoken of the power of the written word, but it was only when I became an author that I … Continue reading

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all there gathered around a Mother?

Source: N C Register We come to the end of the Turley trail. After this post, the London Catholic Writers Circle blog will return to being what it was intended to be from the beginning: a blog to help you … Continue reading

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what lasts is love, goodness, relationships to God and to other people

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. Turley as CWR interviews Catholic journalist and writer Joanna Bogle. CWR: What do you understand by the writer’s vocation? Bogle: Truth. Nothing is more important than writing truthfully. Fiction can be connected with truth, … Continue reading

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his eyes were on an altogether greater prize

Source: The Catholic Herald K. V. Turley on Fr. Willie Doyle, a priest of the trenches. Like so many caught up in the conflict that came to be known as the Great War, Fr Willie Doyle was buried where he … Continue reading

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