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Visual and Vibrational Sacred Echoes

Humans remain creatures of the natural world in so many ways. We echo nature’s colours and pulsing rhythms of light and shade. We unconsciously imitate the perfection of the universe although we assert that we are superior and have risen above the animal and plant kingdom. 348 more words

True Nature

The largest surviving 12th-century English Bible

When British actor John Rhys-Davies saw the Winchester Bible in person, he marveled at its beauty. He imagined what it would be like to be a scribe — to spend your entire day, over the course of your lifetime, carefully copying out the Bible. 282 more words

Curiosities

We look at icons; the icons look back: Pope Francis among the Anglicans

ROME — On Sunday, Pope Francis paid an historic visit to the Anglican Communion in the church of All Saints in Rome, to mark the 200th anniversary of its founding. 583 more words

Pope Francis

#iampeace project

It’s a creative project from Central Christian Church in the middle of Downtown Phoenix, said Jason Ake, creative director.

“(We’re) constantly asking the question, what does peace look like to you?” It’s just a safe way that people can represent that. 48 more words

The Art Evangelist

New Paradigm Madonnas

Our Lady of the True Vine

This original series of photographs I have created out of the inspiration of the many pilgrimage I have made both in France and the USA.   717 more words

Sacred Flora

100th Anniversary the Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima PILGRIMAGE

Pope Francis has declared 2017 the Year of Fatima to coincide with the 100th Year of the Apparitions. The Apparitions are when 3 young children saw Our Lady appear to them 100 years ago in Fatima. 355 more words

Sacred Art

Paul in Arabia and Damascus

Galatians 1:15-18 relates St. Paul saying: “But when God, who had set me apart from the time when I was in my mother’s womb, called me through His grace and chose to reveal His Son in me, so that I should preach Him to the Gentiles, I was in no hurry to confer with any human being, or to go up to Jerusalem to see those who were apostles before me. 387 more words

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