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Football in Louisiana - It's a serious affair

‘So? Are you coming over for church Saturday?’ our friend Mark jokingly asks. Church = LSU Football game, to be watched with utter dedication and focus throughout the game, usually celebrated with BBQ or other amazing food. 434 more words

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Saint Charles Bronson

Saint Charles Bronson
8.5″ x 11″
ink, watercolor and gouache on bristol

Although he has already been canonized, I wanted to pay homage to St. Bronson in orthodox fashion.

Pen & Ink

Looking ahead to the 2014 Saints – By the numbers

It’s hard to definitively predict anything year to year in the NFL. This is one league where parity reigns above all. With that said, the beauty of numbers is that they can still allow you to get a general sense of the landscape. 1,075 more words


Saints boot both kickers

The New Orleans Saints are gearing up for Sunday’s road opener with the Atlanta Falcons. The Saints opened last season, earning a hard-fought 23-17 victory over the Dirty Birds at home. 202 more words


Allegories, Myths and Saints Costume Show at Kris Kinder

Greetings unto the Populace of Calontir,

The Barony of Forgotten Sea will be holding a Costume Show based upon the theme of “Allegories, Myths, and Saints”. 207 more words


Feast of St. Raymond Nonnatus , August 31

St. Raymond Nonnatus 1204-1240
Newborns, Midwives, Obstetricians, Expectant Mothers, Women In Labor, Falsely Accused, Secrets, Fever.

‘Non natus’ is Latin for “never born” and Saint Raymond was given his surname because his mother had died in labor two days before he was delivered by cesarean section. 560 more words