Post #31.7, Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Historical setting: 589 C.E. Annegray in the Vosges Mountains             Now we are in the halleluiah season after Easter. The prayers of resurrection seem awkward for pilgrims among us who have come only with the heavy chains of Lenten suffering. The Irish monks celebrate Easter using a different calculation than the Roman pilgrims so theContinue reading “Post #31.7, Tuesday, April 19, 2022”

Post #25.11, Weds., October 27, 2021

Historical setting: 588 C.E.          Thole has been waiting in the rain with the horses inviting me to ride with him to his father’s house. First we gather up the chickens binding their feet to take them along.           We only go toward Tours as far as the road into the little village where BertiganContinue reading “Post #25.11, Weds., October 27, 2021”