Posts Tagged ‘Poetry’
The Author of the Salve Regina: the Stories of Two Great Lovers of Mary
The Salve Regina, after the Hail Mary, is undoubtedly the best-known and best-loved Marian prayer within the Catholic tradition. It is recited at the conclusion of each mystery of the Rosary; and, for those in monastic and consecrated life, it is traditionally sung as a final antiphon at night after compline, throughout most seasons of…Read More
What Think You of Poetry?
“The influence of the classical tradition is even more clearly discernible in the rise of the new Christian poetry.” -Christopher Dawson The Catholic Church has long been the mother of poets no less of saints. The Church through the centuries has taken great interest in poetry, reflected in her poetic rites and rituals, liturgical edifice,…Read More