We’ve sung and heard the popular stanza of this poem, “Ring Out, Wild Bells,” but it is from a much longer piece named “In Memoriam A.H.H.” Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote it in memory of Arthur Henry Hallam, a close friend and the fiancé of Tennyson’s sister. Hallam died suddenly at the age of 22. Over [...]
Enjoy this poem by Vinita Hampton Wright about “Prayer on the Run” during the Advent season from Loyola Press.
Blogger Vinita Hampton Wright offers tips for enjoying this Christmas season, despite all of the distractions from Loyola Press.
We begin Advent by remembering the angel Gabriel’s visit to young Mary. Last year, as part of my own Advent meditation, I wrote these poems. I hope you enjoy them.
Today’s post is from dotMagis by Meredith Gould. In this post, Meredith reflects about the reasons Advent is her favorite season.