Palm Sunday, April 5th

On Sunday, five days before the Passover of the Law, the Lord came from Bethany to Jerusalem. Sending two of His disciples to bring Him a foal of an ass, He sat thereon and entered into the city. When the multitude there heard that Jesus was coming, they straightway took up the branches of palm … Continue reading Palm Sunday, April 5th

Cynthia Lennon first Lennon wife, reposes at 75

Cynthia paints a sorrowful tale of being married to John who obviously wanted to get rid of his Liverpool roots.  This was the cause of the great McCartney - Lennon split btw; Paul was against his treatment of Cynthia and Julian and John resented his interference. Well as life showed, John resented anyone's interference, and Yoko … Continue reading Cynthia Lennon first Lennon wife, reposes at 75

Cathedral of Santo Domingo, Peru

Founded in the 12th century and situated 11,000 feet above sea level, Cuzco is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the Americas. Its handsome Old City spreads out from the Plaza de Armas, the centerpiece of which is the ornate baroque Cathedral of Santo Domingo, one of the finest examples of Colonial architecture on the … Continue reading Cathedral of Santo Domingo, Peru

The Donkey, a poem for Palm Sunday

The Donkey By G. K. Chesterton When fishes flew and forests walked    And figs grew upon thorn, Some moment when the moon was blood    Then surely I was born. With monstrous head and sickening cry    And ears like errant wings, The devil’s walking parody    On all four-footed things. The tattered outlaw of the earth,    Of … Continue reading The Donkey, a poem for Palm Sunday