Tag Archives: Spiritual

Women must not Teach or Have Authority Over Men

“Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good” Corinthians 12:7-11. The New Testament makes it plain that Christian women, like men, have been given spiritual gifts. The gifts of wisdom, faith, healing, miraculous … Continue reading

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Mary Jane Miller’s latest book on Amazon

Women in the Catholic Church worldwide continue to seek a more meaningful role in the society and the formation of spiritual life. Despite evidence to indicate that Jesus strongly promoted the dignity and equality of women and that early Christians … Continue reading

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Unified Divine Spirit Abounding

Conceptually the image presents Jesus as being able to see in all directions, the concept of being fully conscious. The image offers us the promise of knowing and perceiving, 360 degrees.   Watchfulness means keeping the interior eye on that … Continue reading

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Connection through Time and Place

The icon is an organic and dynamic piece of creation that has survived time to speak to us. Today as an icon painter in egg tempera, I try to maintain its universality rebellious at times, but with a sincere desire … Continue reading

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