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Arts & Essays: Spirituality & Faith
Jeffrey S. Bromme
April 16, 2019
A Reflection on the Notre Dame Cathedral
In such a time, when they are largely emptied of believers, I would argue these edifices are needed more than ever. They bear silent and dramatic...
April 16, 2019
Not For This Life Only
Paul’s message, the engine that kept him going over mountains, across seas, through the fires, in spite of whippings and chains, is that Christ, the...
April 12, 2019
Moment of Glory
In this ancient part of Jerusalem, where our Lord entered the city 2,000 years before, I stood, solemnly absorbing its significance. Near me, a score...
April 09, 2019
At all times, but especially at Lent, if we ask it of God, we are blessed to see ourselves as we are and what we may become. Seeing thus is to see...
April 02, 2019
We are the pearl of great price that Jesus the Holy Diver plucks from the bottom of the ocean. We are the treasure in the field, buried in a rusty...
Lillian Rosa Correa
April 01, 2019
Seeing vs. Understanding: Mapping out...
Of the many artistic renditions of Doubting Thomas, none speaks to my heart more powerfully than Caravaggio’s.
March 29, 2019
John 13:1 — A Peek at the Incarnation
Jesus knew He was going to die, not like a person contemplating their golden years aware death is a lot closer than when young, more like a condemned...
March 26, 2019
Going the Distance
The distance between who we are when we are honest with ourselves, and who we think God requires us to be, is vast. Everyone has a measuring tape; it...
March 19, 2019
The Doubtful Pilgrim
If there is one thing I should like to give up for Lent it would be impatience. I do not look like an impatient fellow to my friends, but that is...
March 12, 2019
Jonah’s Bad Trip: A Lenten Meditation
Most prophets decidedly did not want the job; long hours, no benefits, one’s very presence tended to make the children cry and the dogs bark. And it...
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