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Tag Archives: catholic poetry
ST. RITA Oh Rita, woman of Cascia, Who carried burden upon burden, Yet, sought more suffering By accepting Christ’s thorn, And now pleads to relieve Others’ misfortune. Clyde L. Borg Clyde L Borg is a retired high school teacher. … Continue reading
August celebrates many saints and feast days including the Queenship of Mary and the “forgottten” Saint Bartholomew. The feast, though that overshasdows them all is the Transfiguration. If you gave it some thought, where are the “marks” in your life … Continue reading