Henry V: St Crispin’s Day Battle of Agincourt “Fewer men greater honor”

Today is the feast of the martyrs under Diocletian – who were twins – Crispin and Crispinian. This is the dramatized speech immortalizing the phrase: Band of Brothers. That’s what we need today, a band of brothers, with Jesus.

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One response to “Henry V: St Crispin’s Day Battle of Agincourt “Fewer men greater honor”

  1. sanfelipe007

    Kenneth really understands Shakespeare! He brings those words to life. Would that we had more writers today that invoked God as did William.

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