T.S. Eliot’s Murder in the Cathedral

If you didn’t catch Murder in the Cathedral, the annual drama production of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom College, the first time around, or would like a second-listen, please do feel free to sit back and enjoy, the dialogue of the incomparable T.S. Eliot, and the music of the College’s own music students and ensemble. The story of the one-time boon companion of King Henry II, turned bishop, chancellor, then saint and martyr, put to death by the king’s men in his own cathedral, is a timeless tale, and the subtleties of his time in many ways match our own. Congratulations to cast and crew for a job very well done!

 

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Is it REALLY a Relic of the True Cross?

Every year on Good Friday we present a relic of the True Cross for the faithful to venerate.

This naturally raises the question of whether it is the true cross and how we know.

This question is one of the sticks anti-Catholic Protestants like to hit us with (along with “Why do you worship Mary?” and “Why do you call your priests ‘Father’ when Jesus says ‘Call no man Father?’”) Sometimes the poke takes the form of mockery “If the Catholics gathered all the relics of rthe “true cross” they’d have enough wood to build Noah’s ark.”

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Photo Friday: Our top 5 “new life” photos!

Welcome to Photo Friday! Each Friday, we share photo collections of our favourite shots from our sponsor sites around the world.

Easter is a time to celebrate new life! As the winter melts into spring and the first flowers unfurl from the earth, we are filled with hope. New life abounds in our sites in many forms, and our dedicated site staff work to nurture them all into an abundant harvest. Our top 5 new life photos celebrate the hope of Easter and a new and brighter tomorrow!

#4: Starting life out right 

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