In every age and nation, people hear the message of the star and find the Child who reveals the tenderness of God.
THE CORONATION OF CHARLEMAGNE By The Hapsburg Restorationist, February 22, 2016 Word Count: 701 Rating: G Summary: A dramatization of the coronation of Charlemagne. (Christmas Day, 800 A.D.) A hush fell upon the multitude of the faithful as they assembled in the nave of the great Basilica of Saint Peter. Even on the great feast... Continue Reading →
We prove whether or not we are truly free when we have to make decisions about good and evil. When we experience an injustice, we usually respond in one of two ways. Either we ignore the wrong, detach ourselves from it, and refuse to face it as an objective evil, or we allow the unpleasant experience to define us, and hatred and rage for our persecutors governs our actions thereafter.
"See you soon, Snape. Thanks again for this life I'm living. God knows it was worth everything, after all."
"Mother, don't...don't leave me here," he blurted. "I...I don't want to go one alone anymore...I just...can't bear it..."
"Oh, mother, please, take him...for the love of his love for you, take him...and give me the words...to set him free...to tell him...where he belongs..."
"You can't know that! You can't see through to the heart! A hat cannot love or hatred! What right have you to damn me, what?!"
"You are the one who has suffered from these attacks - the phenomena - you have mentioned. Therefore, we must pray that a special grace descends upon you."