Daily Archives: September 28, 2010

Daniel Mitsui’s art

For some really fantastic modern iconography in continuity with the traditions of medieval European art and Asian art as well, check out Daniel Mitsui’s web page. Prints are not cheap, but the prices look reasonable for limited edition signed prints. … Continue reading

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Pantocrator

Pantocrator Originally uploaded by Deacon Lawrence Deacon Lawrence has some fantastic artwork in his portfolio, in my opinion. It’s not all quite my style, but a lot of it is, and there’s no denying that he has tremendous talent! I’m … Continue reading

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When everything goes wrong

Homily on the readings for Sept. 28, Tuesday of the XXVI week in OT, year II There are times in our lives when it seems things just couldn’t be worse. Job, in the first reading today, was having one of … Continue reading

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