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An Epiphany Prayer to the Magi for Self-Absorbed Promethean Neopelagians

Evelyn Waugh wrote a terrific little book, Helena.  It is about the mother of the Emperor Constantine.
In our book, St. Helena, discoverer of the True Cross, prays to the Holy Magi.
This is a prayer by and for people who are … Continue reading

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18 August: St. Helena, a book recommendation, and a shout out

Even as tropical storm Helene churns upon itself over the waters, I noted today in the appendix of my 1962 Missale Romanum that for 18 August there is a formulary for Mass in honor of St. Helena, mother of Constantine.
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