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Joseph Pearce celebrates this week’s feast days of Saints Gertrude and Saint Elizabeth of Hungary by discussing and reading two poems by Saint Gertrude and a poem about Saint Elizabeth by Christina Rossetti.

Continuing the pilgrimage to Rome with Hilaire Belloc, we share his first breathtaking view of the Swiss Alps and are left breathless by the beauty of his prose in praise of beauty.

Beginning a mini-series on Dante’s Divine Comedy, Joseph Pearce discusses Dante’s status as the “Universal Poet”.

In this week’s Ladydale Diary, detailing life at home with the Pearces, the family are visited by the Goldfinch Gang and Joseph discusses weird weather and the ghosts that haunt machines.

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