Post #6.12, Thursday, March 26, 2020

Historical setting: 562 C.E. Gaul As when I arrived here, I’m granted audience with the bishop. He greets George with a familial hug and to me, he nods politely. This time the abundance of robes filling the throne seems buoyed by our presence. And I see it is because of George.          “So my dearContinue reading “Post #6.12, Thursday, March 26, 2020”

Post #6.11, Wednesday, March, 25, 2020

Historical setting: 562 C.E. Gaul The Shrine of St. Martin is a hub of activity. The basilica also here is the see of the Bishop of Tours, Eufronius. The longest line is of pilgrims awaiting the blessings and their touch of the Saint’s relics. Certainly each is seeking a personal miracle. From my ancient viewContinue reading “Post #6.11, Wednesday, March, 25, 2020”