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Gerard Manley Hopkins put writing aside for the penitential season of 1866.
In the 19th century two authors claimed to have written the world's most famous Christmas poem.
Archive was maintained by the family of former British poet laureate.
In spite of his disarming and folksy manner and engrossing pastoral settings, Frost shines light into the dark corners we wish to avoid.
Viewers get access to university's Milton Reading Room.
As wonderful -- and essential -- as community is, we still need boundaries.
A Jesuit explained the meaning of the Angelus.
The classic poem reminds us that "you can run but you cannot hide" from God's grace.
"In My Hand"
You might find the first one incredibly hard, but without it, nothing further can be accomplished.