" However, the author chose to organise them on a private scale and gave them no Bishop—not even a clerical student—to fan the spiritual flame. She even deprived them of the physical presence of Nano at the last moment. So, muddled and fearful, they set out without the dauntless Nano on their boat journey to Italy and their walk across the Alps to the Shrine of the Madonna del Monte.
" And the author shows how the Madonna accepted their sacrifices, their pains and their aches, and despite their human grumblings and squabbles granted them—not in all cases their desires—but peace and a strength to accept the Will of God. A most interesting and amusing play. The acting was splendid."
From this, it will be seen that Miss Rynne has written just such a play as a Spanish playwright might give us—an imaginative narrative, a pilgrimage. I hope that it will be published so that it can be acted on many stages.