#40.8, Weds., Jan. 18, 2023

Historical setting: 590 C.E. The church in the woods          Mater Doe watches me explore this sanctuary with the same eye she watches over the birds searching seeds outside the window.          I see this Roman statue of Diana looking very much like the goddess of the hunt our visitors mentioned. This is a deeplyContinue reading “#40.8, Weds., Jan. 18, 2023”

Post #23.13, Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Historical setting: 584 C.E. Ligugè          Leave wide margins in John he says, so the artists will have plenty of space. And what will artists do with all that plenty? Will they simply make everything of God as three somethings?          My sister Mary, a beloved first follower of Jesus never imagined the Gospel wouldContinue reading “Post #23.13, Tuesday, August 31, 2021”