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A few years back, one of my younger sons came home from elementary school excited about a new spelling program his teacher had introduced. “Teacher said it’s going to make us citizens of the world,” he said. I told him … Continue reading
Daily Offering Even non–coffee drinkers seem to relish the aroma of fresh-ground, fresh-brewed coffee. Its essence evokes feelings of warmth and comfort, especially on cold, damp days. For those of us who drink coffee, that first sip of the day … Continue reading
Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus.~ from the Te Deum When I wrote to Dr. Moss requesting her latest work The Myth of Persecution, I received a prompt and gracious reply assuring me of a copy. Dr. Moss hoped that I … Continue reading
The closest confidante of Queen Marie-Antoinette was Madame de Polignac. Gabrielle de Polastron, Duchesse de Polignac, also referred to as “Yolande,” is usually portrayed in books and films as Marie-Antoinette’s “bad girl” friend, responsible for leading the young queen of … Continue reading
The following is a reprint of an interview by British author Gareth Russell about how I came to write about a certain Queen of France. GR: I think one of the things that made “Trianon” such a joy to read … Continue reading
GABLE TRIPLES THE TOP TEN LIST Ellen Gable Hrkach, Vice President of the Catholic Writers Guild, reached a milestone last week: all three of her novels were in the top ten of their category on Amazon Kindle. At one point, … Continue reading