Category Archives: Epiphany


Epiphanytide is what we’re in right now. It’s the stretch between the adoration of the magi and the Presentation of Christ in the Temple, or Ash Wednesday, depending on your tradition. That’s because there’s not just one Epiphany. “Epiphany” is … Continue reading

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Here is the Little Door

Here is a little poem–not by G. K. Chesterton, but by his wife Frances. Frances had her own writing career, and her poetry was much influenced by her husband’s style. Herself childless, she often dwelt on the “tiny hands” and … Continue reading

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The King Shall Come

The King shall come when morning dawns And light triumphant breaks, When beauty gilds the eastern hills And life to joy awakes. Not as of old a little child, To bear and fight and die, But crowned with glory like … Continue reading

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