Speaking out publicly on phone hacking for the first time, Elisabeth Murdoch takes aim at her beleaguered brother James.
Later in the spring, she and Elisabeth saw another kind of heron, an American bittern, skulking in some grass by a swamp.
One sunny morning in May 1965, after the snow had finally melted, Elisabeth had Phoebe over to her yard.
God her oath, the mother of John the Baptist (Luke 1:5). She was a descendant of Aaron. She and her husband Zacharias (q.v.) "were both righteous before God" (Luke 1:5, 13). Mary's visit to Elisabeth is described in 1:39-63.