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By Patricia Hershwitzky, Crisis Magazine, Sept. 14, 2022

Patricia Hershwitzky Ed.S. is a “retired” educator who taught in Catholic, public schools, and other settings for over twenty years, and served as Principal for five years. She holds a B.A. in Political Science, a M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, and an Education Specialist degree in Administration.  …


With the passing of Queen Elizabeth, several parallels to our Faith emerged. Here was deceased royalty brought to bear on a grieving nation, and all of the pomp and circumstance, along with the throngs of people along the route of the hearse, brought to mind both our King, Jesus Christ, and His Mother, the Queen of Heaven.

One particular act of humility brought that further to mind.

In one widely reported, powerful moment, Princess Anne, the late Queen’s daughter, curtsied to her mother’s casket as it proceeded along the road. It was a simple but most profound gesture of respect and, one might say, servility to the power of the throne upon which Queen Elizabeth sat for over seventy years. Yet, it spoke of mystery, too. …

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