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Paray-Le-Monial, 1689 FOUNTAIN OF ELIAS - October 16, 2015 ... ages, France had always had a sacred standard, one that was not borne to vulgar combats; one that rested in the sanctuary of St. Denis under the shadow of the country's holy protectors. It was removed from its sacred shrine only when the monarch headed the army, when it was solemnly sought in the hour of the greatest danger, or when it was to be carried afar to the holy wars. It symbolized the religious soul of France, and floated like a sacred prayer amid the nation's banners. It was a ...http://fountainofelias.blogspot.com/2009/06/paray-le-monial-1689.html
Even the Atheists Need God CRISIS MAGAZINE - October 12, 2015 ... While it is not unmanly, he insists, to lament those who are no more, the game is not yet over for the rest of us. "Ah," he exclaims, "nothing is too late / Till the tired heart shall cease to palpitate." In other words, for us—the living—there is still time to repent of folly and sin, and so to resolve upon a better life. The night hath not yet come; we are not quite Cut off from labor by the failing light; Something remains for us to do or ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Uwf3uPdIFXQ/even-the-atheists-need-god
Her Enduring Charm: Reading Jane Austen CRISIS MAGAZINE - September 14, 2015 She has been called "The Divine Jane," and who can quibble with that sobriquet? My husband teaches at a college where her Emma is read senior year by every student. I object, but only because I think the work to introduce her in such a universal way ought to be Pride and Prejudice , accessible to the uninitiated but still brilliant to the reader who already knows her well. A friend and colleague of my husband claims Mansfield Park as her greatest novel (I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/iZCPIgLWg9I/her-enduring-charm-reading-jane-austin