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The Dragon, The Knight and The Steed

I already spent most of the day blogging at Mythos so I’m going to reprint a page from my process journal about this piece:

December 1 & 2: 372 more words

New Mixed Media Art

Counterrevolutionary - A Victim of Divine Love

By nature, a counterrevolutionary is a Victim of Divine Love.  He offers one’s self to God through the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ so as to be a very martyr of His Love and to allow Him to conquer his heart and the world’s through His Love. 785 more words

Love

What Our Catholic Ancestors Can Teach Us About the Faith

My latest post from Catholic Mom is entitled, “What Our Catholic Ancestors Can Teach Us About the Faith.”

When a great uncle of mine passed away years ago, his closest family members went through his belongings, as per his wishes, and took mementos. 579 more words

Catholicity

My Father's Miracle

 

Happy Feast of St. Nicholas of Myra—Dec. 6th, 2014

My dad passed peacefully today at 3:20pm, the hour of Mercy. My brother who had been estranged from him for awhile was with him holding his hand. 737 more words

Pledge of Peace

I stir my coffee this First Saturday morning – decaf with a little pumpkin spice creamer in anticipation of fast-approaching Thanksgiving. The earthy brown color reminds me of Carmel and Our Lady’s scapular. 582 more words

Mary

My scapular

So recently I was in the adoration chapel and this elderly woman gave me a brown scapular of the Lady of Mount Carmel. If you’ve never seen one it is a brown necklace with to brown squares on either side which are supposed to be on the front and back. 415 more words