From INFOGALACTIC: In February 1938 Stern awoke with the story in mind. Inspired by a dream that was reminiscent of the 1843 Charles Dickens novella A Christmas Carol, Stern wrote a 4,000 word short story called "The Greatest Gift". He began work on it in 1939 but didn't finish until 1943, and was then unable to find a publisher. He … Continue reading It’s A Wonderful Tale
By GK Chesterton There fared a mother driven forth Out of an inn to roam; In the place where she was homeless All men are at home. The crazy stable close at hand, With shaking timber and shifting sand, Grew a stronger thing to abide and stand Than the square stones of Rome. For … Continue reading THE HOUSE OF CHRISTMAS
“Let’s be joyful and courageous at least in the higher part of our souls, in the midst of the trials the Lord gives us, as The Angel who foretold the Birth of Our Little Savior and Lord, proclaims it singing and sings proclaiming joy, peace and happiness to men of good-will, so that nobody can say … Continue reading A Merry Christmas To All!
St. Servulus, Tiny Tim, & the Nativity of Our Lord St. Servulus listening to the Scriptures One understandable drawback to the great liturgical feasts, such as the magnificent celebration of the Nativity of Our Lord at Christmas, is that lesser observances can be overlooked in all the excitement. For instance, one of today’s Saints, St. … Continue reading A Real Life Tiny Tim
Just as regular as Christmas itself, this time of year brings out the historical revisionists and their less-than-merry objections to the long accepted date of our Lord's birth. Dr. Marshal handily dismisses them for us in the following short and instructive video. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/b7nuX2F_Cpo
THE HOUSE OF WAR is a Christmas tale, and thus, its Kindle e-book version will be on sale all Christmas week. You can check it out by clicking the link below. Sample of The House of War Thank You and Merry Christmas!