Donald R. McClarey

Robin Hood

“Underneath this little stone Lies Robert Earl of Huntington; No other archer was so good – And people called him Robin Hood. Such outlaws as he and his men Will England never see again.” ― Roger Lancelyn Green, The Adventures

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110 Year Old Heroine Nun Dies

  Refutation of the lament that only the good die young:   Cecylia and her sisters, at the risk of their own lives, hid a group of 17 Jews, among them Abba Kovner, Arie Wilner, Chaja Grosman, Edek Boraks, Chuma

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Donald R. McClarey

Thanksgiving Proclamation: 1789

Throughout the American Revolution Congress had set aside days of Thanksgiving to God for American victories.  After the surrender of Burgoyne in 1777 Congress authorized General Washington to proclaim a national day of Thanksgiving, which he did, designating it to

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Cecilia

  Music the fiercest grief can charm,   And Fate’s severest rage disarm:   Music can soften pain to ease,           And make despair and madness please:     Our joys below it can improve,     And antedate the bliss above.   This the divine

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Donald R. McClarey

A Thanksgiving Thought From John Wayne

Have you ever heard of some fellows who first came over to this country? You know what they found? They found a howling wilderness, with summers too hot and winters freezing, and they also found some unpleasant little characters who

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