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San Sebastian Film Review: 'The Odyssey'

If you’re going to title your film “The Odyssey,” you need to be pretty certain it’s got enough narrative heft and thrust to justify the Homeric allusion. 908 more words

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‘From Ismarus we sailed, with heavy hearts for the loyal friends lost, though happy to have escaped death ourselves: nor would I let the curved ships leave till we had called three times in ritual to each of our luckless comrades, who died there on the plain, at the hands of the Cicones. 349 more words


Episode 4: September 21st, 2016

Join our mad journey through Homer’s “The Odyssey” and Wishbone’s “Homer, Sweet Homer” in which we talk about mixed messages and Arbor Councils. And maybe the book and episode just a little – with special guest, Adriana Tringone! 78 more words


Sunday September 25, 2016

​Our youth and children will explore journeys in literature and faith. The service will be fun and interactive.

We would love to have you come worship with us. 115 more words


part one: penelope

The first image I had for I sat and waited but you were gone too long was of Penelope. She was sitting in the middle of a room absolutely filled with cloth, her fingers bleeding into the fabric as she stitched. 1,090 more words


It's OK Not to be OK

Every time something bad happens, whether it’s a breakup or even a death, all people ever tell you to do is “be strong.” Its always “keep your head up,” “be positive,” or “you can handle this,” but why does no one ever tell you that it’s okay to be weak? 477 more words