Tag Archives: Henry V

The One who moves from watch to watch

In the middle of Shakespeare’s Henry V, recounting a piece of the Hundred Years War, two armies – the French and the English – are preparing for battle

The King of Service

In Shakespeare’s play Henry V, the entire court is shocked at the ascension of young Henry to the throne after the death of his father. Henry was known as one not attune to courtly manners and attention to serious duty. He frequently visited taverns and cavorted with the lower classes in his various escapades. No […]

June 04, 2020
Newspaper of the Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph