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O Mother

“Woman behold your son, son behold your mother.”

O Mother

O Mother, how can you bear

this torture of your son?

You have been given to me, 92 more words

Brendan Behan e New York

Così Rosemary Behan ricordò la passione dello zio nel 2001 sulle pagine del Telegraph:

New York has been violently aware, since 2 September, of the arrival of a bawdy, iconoclastic, ex-Irish revolutionary, ballad-singing, jig-dancing, stocky, rumpled, wild-haired, thirty-seven-year-old Dublin playwright named Brendan Behan. 137 more words

Irish Club

Reflections on St Patrick's Day

Prof. Enrico Reggiani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano)

Sono numerosi i simboli che circondano la straordinaria figura di Saint Patrick e che ne hanno sempre rappresentato la vita e la predicazione, acquistando particolare rilevanza soprattutto nella ricorrenza del 17 marzo, in occasione della festa del Santo Patrono d’Irlanda. 542 more words

Irish Club

Miserere Mei,Deus

I started to write this at the beginning of Lent but only now getting to finish it and send it off. Pope Francis has declared this the year of Mercy and that is what Lent culminating with Easter is all about. 127 more words

Inspirational

Online Catholic Writers Conference Seeks to Revive Catholic Arts and Letters

The Catholic Writers Guild has for its ambitious goal nothing less than “the rebirth of Catholic arts and letters.” A volunteer-run association of Catholic writers and publishing professionals who pledge faithfulness to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, the CWG has about 500 members and has been hosting online writers’ conferences since 2008.  762 more words

Books

2016 Catholic Writers Conference Online

CONTACT: Karina Fabian E-mail: karina.@fabianspace.com
Laura Lowder E-mail: laura.lowder.@gmail.com

For Immediate Release

The Catholic Writers’ Guild will hold its annual online conference for writers March 4-6. 312 more words

Catholicity

Shakespeare un ladro?!

Prof. Cristina Vallaro (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore)

E’ successo di nuovo. Il potere ammaliatore e persuasivo delle parole ha colpito ancora. Questa volta non si tratta di pettegolezzi succulenti, né di spaventose denunce, né tanto meno di diffamazione, ma ‘solo’ di un’accusa di furto. 760 more words

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