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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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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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evil in our lives—in all its forms—must be drowned in a sea of goodness

Source: N C Register K. V. Turley on the ‘re-emergance’ of an old threat who doesn’t know when he has been beaten. Press reports in the last days seem to suggest that the French have rediscovered the devil. So much … Continue reading

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it was not just prayers that were offered, but also tears

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. Turley discovers a new religious order making its presence felt on the streets of Soho. If you had visited Soho Square in the center of London on a recent Saturday night, you would have … Continue reading

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a handmade, playful feel

Source: Ignatius Press Novels How do artists approach designing a book cover? In this article, John Herreid explains what he did to complete his illustration for the front cover of Ignatius Press’s edition of Chesterton’s The Flying Inn. As part … Continue reading

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a new order was slowly born

Source: Crisis Magazine K. V. Turley finds St. Thomas More via London Bridge. If you stand on London Bridge and look east you will see the Tower of London. It was on a small hill behind the Tower that, in 1535, … Continue reading

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‘It’s that man’

Source: Catholic World Report K. V. Turley visits Brendan Rogers, a man who is bringing Padre Pio to Belfast in a very special way. The car sped through Belfast, past political slogans, past houses haunted by death, past the ghosts … Continue reading

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