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The Two-Toned Voice of Gerard Manley Hopkins

"The poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins is bread in the mouth. To speak it aloud is to douse your lips in the kind of butter that grows more fat-rich as your tongue churns it. It is the kind of loaf you cut with a fiddle-bow knife and eat on a stump of wood..."

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A Child of the Snow

"There is heard a hymn when the panes are dim..."

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Pius XII’s Clarifications on the Nature of the Episcopate

The following is a study by Fr. Jean-Michel Gleize, FSSPX. It was published originally on the official French District website of the Society of Saint Pius X. We thank Michael J. Miller for this translation.

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