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a quality that surpasses excellent

K. V. Turley on Hilaire Belloc’s Hills and the Sea. When this article was first published, I was inspired to take the book out of the library. I did not regret it. It is a lovely work full of evocative … Continue reading

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there remained ghosts

K. V. Turley gives a short account of the life of Charlie Chaplin, an imperfect man, but also a man of great creativity and humanity. Just more than 100 years ago, an English Music Hall artist was invited to California … Continue reading

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well-written hagiography should form part of the New Evangelisation

The Bible is the Holy Book but there are many holy books. Not all of them are worth your time but some might just be. K. V. Turley makes a few suggestions. Reading can make a saint. The problem is, … Continue reading

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My Writing Day

Today, no quotation; just a link – to The Guardian‘s My Writing Day page. There, you will find links to articles written by various writers in which they ‘describe their typical writing day’. Start reading the articles here.

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she awaits the return of her true King

Join K. V. Turley as he undertakes a royal pilgrimage… The hour was early and the season summer. In the brightness of the morning air, and with the silence of the city streets all around, I set out. In this … Continue reading

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people have a right to a good name

K. V. Turley LCWC issues a plea, perhaps a demand, that the ‘ghoulish game’ of chasing Jack the Ripper ends. In the late autumn of 1888, five women were brutally murdered in Whitechapel, London. All were prostitutes; all were living in squalor; … Continue reading

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the Supreme Pontiff cried out to the Queen of Heaven to act

Today, K. V. Turley tells us about the role of the Mother of God in the downfall of Communism. ‘Our Lady is more Mother than Queen.’ – St. Therese of Lisieux But she is Queen nonetheless. Her very name tells … Continue reading

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