Moments of Grace | Grace of God blooms through Catholic woman's gift of flowers

My granny Rosie's yard was always brimming with flowers, a colorful cauldron of fragrant beauty. So, when my peonies, which my father-in-law had dug up and shared with us, started blooming in May, I thought of Rosie and of Jane Kenyon's poetic line, "White peonies blooming along the porch/send out light/while the rest of the yard grows dim."

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