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Saving Mr. Banks (2013) TEA AT TRIANON - July 7, 2014 ... warm room but also one who will take her charges to a midnight congress of animals at the zoo, and on an afternoon trip around the world. The literary Mary Poppins is by no means an untroubling character. Indeed, at the end of the first chapter of the first book—in which she arrives as a shape hurled against the front door in the midst of a gale, assumes the form of a woman, bullies Mrs. Banks into hiring her, snaps at the children, and doses them with a mysterious potion after she gets ...http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2014/07/saving-mr-banks-2013.html
St. Ephrem, Harp of the Holy Spirit CATHOLIC FIRE - June 9, 2014 ... Holy Spirit," "Doctor of the world," and "Pillar of the Church." He was a commentator on Scripture and a preacher as well as a poet, and has left a considerable number of works, which were translated into other Eastern languages as well as into Greek and Latin. St. Ephrem was deeply devoted to Our Blessed Mother and no one in the early Church wrote more about Mary than Ephrem. He called devotion to her "the unlocking of the gates of the heavenly Jerusalem." Ephrem died in 373. Benedict XV ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2014/06/st-ephrem-harp-of-holy-spirit.html
To My Mom on Mothers' Day ARE WE THERE YET? - May 11, 2014 ... You brought her to our home. My beautiful mother, with her (and our!) life ahead of her. You wrote no lofty poems That critics counted art But with a nobler vision You lived them in your heart. First married. You carved no shapeless marble Into some high soul design But with a finer sculpture You shaped this soul of mine. Five of the seven. You built no great cathedrals That centuries applaud But with a grace exquisite Your life cathedraled God. All seven of us. (And half of ...http://arewethereyet-davisfarmmom.blogspot.com/2014/05/to-my-mom-on-mothers-day.html
Misty Eyed, Until... SCELATA - May 11, 2014 ... joyous and agonizing, and my Mother's death being much more recent, sensations of, or at least longings for the sensation of her presence are usually more acute. This is compounded by living in the place whence my strongest memories have sprung, attending her parish, and my having "inherited" her pew, and in a sense, her friends, the people who knew her at daily Mass, (those of you who are daily communicants know that the grip people hold on their seats, in their pews, makes ...http://scelata.blogspot.com/2014/05/misty-eyed-until.html
Loved, Lost, Found: A Gift for Mother's Day THESE STONE WALLS - May 7, 2014 Felix Carroll's great Divine Mercy book, Loved, Lost, Found profiled the conversion of Pornchai Maximilian Moontri, and set in motion this Mother's Day gift. "Every mile into the woods is a mile out again." It's hard to imagine that profound snippet of wisdom was conveyed to me as a child by the same woman who once screamed at me in her Newfoundland brogue from a second floor window, "IF YOU FALL OUT OF THAT BLOODY TREE AND BREAK YER LEG, DON'T COME ARUNNIN' ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheseStoneWalls/~3/qziAjWvKab4/