The world of the Rosary with the Order of Preachers
By Fr Aelwin Tindal-Atkinson OP
Who began life as an Anglican and ended up at the Dominican Curia in Rome.
As I look back to my childhood seventy years ago in an Anglican vicarage, there is no doubt in my mind that I was as conscious of Our Lady as I was of her Son for as long as I can remember. In the dining room there were at least three large reproductions of the Madonna. In the drawing room there was a small revolving bookcase and on top of it were some objects of piety. What (...)
A poem composed by Enrico Monaci
Fiat your kingdom, Mother, woven
in God’s mind, first pain, then the inner space
shining in the kenosis of its debasement.
Then, in the home at Nazareth,
a chosen virgin amongst the mothers of Israel,
You were veiled by the Almighty, thanks to your prayers.
The angel told you high sublime things and you
preserved his words in awe, within your heart.
This Son will be great, but a foe
will pierce him on his way to to endless victory.
How similar to you, elected (...)
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