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New Catholic Icon

Thoughts and reflections   I have been a practicing Christian all my life and half of that time dedicated to the practice of painting (writing) icons. Biblical text, liturgy, and prayer are my source of strength and comfort, just like … Continue reading

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Iconoclastic Iconographer Mary Jane Miller

Divine imagery straddling creativity and blasphemy and interview   with Patrick Timothy Mullikin All photos by Patrick Timothy Mullikin “You start with a white surface, which is the undifferentiated essence of God,” Mary Jane Miller says from her studio in … Continue reading

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God is not “A” being but Being

Thomas Aquinas  said Deus est ens, ‘God is being itself’. The Dominicans say everything participates in being because God IS being. We all participate in the same being. God is one (Deuteronomy 6:4), and thus reality is one (Ephesians 4:3-5) … Continue reading

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