Friday, 1 March 2013

Again the Lord of light and life

Again the Lord of light and life
Awakes the kindling ray,
Unseals the eyelids of the morn,
And pours increasing day.

O what a night was that which wrapped
The heathen world in gloom!
O what a Sun which rose this day
Triumphant from the tomb!

This day be grateful homage paid,
And loud hosannas sung;
Let gladness dwell in every heart,
And praise on every tongue.

Ten thousand different lips shall join
To hail this welcome morn,
Which scatters blessings from its wings
To nations yet unborn.

Monday, 16 July 2012


The Light-Life Movement (widely known as the Oasis Movement) is one of the movements of renewal in the Catholic Church, according to the teaching of the Second Vatican Council. This movement originated in Poland thanks to the efforts of Servant of God Fr. Franciszek Blachnicki.

The movement brings together people of different age and state: youth, children, adults, as well as priests, monks, nuns, members of secular institutes and families (in the family branch of the Movement called the Domestic Church). The Light-Life Movement is aimed at formation of mature Christians who want to serve the Church and their neighbours.

Friday, 1 September 2006

Holy Grails! Mysteries of Art! It's Another `Da Vinci Code' Season

2006 Brings Many 'Da Vinci'-Esque Books
Holy Grails! Mysteries of Art! It's Another `Da Vinci Code' Season

The Associated Press

NEW YORK - In the early months of 2006, expect a few novels with some very familiar story lines.

"Labyrinth," by Kate Mosse, features a rival sect to the Catholic church and a search for the Holy Grail. In "The Templar Legacy," a thriller by Steve Berry, a former government agent attempts to unravel a mystery about an order of knights whose power rivaled the Pope's. Matilde Asensi's "The Last Cato" features the head of the Vatican's secret archive and his efforts to solve a murder with clues dating back to biblical times. full story