“The study of calendars has been neglected by historians as a merely technical curiosity; but in fact, the calendar was at the heart of ancient and medieval culture, as a structured perception of time, and as an organizing principle of social life.”
Whoa… a cross-genre suspense-thriller, murder-mystery, historical-fiction novel that involves monks and art and the tarot during the Renaissance? I’ll take it!
Images are my own from my personal journal. © 2015 Virtue Centered Tarot
A new feathered family has moved into our neighborhood…
Who has the right to determine if a congregant receives communion at the table? The priest or Eucharistic Minister? Or the celebrant requesting sustenance? …And what is the correlation that can be made to tarot?
Sister Marilú Rojas, a member of the Missionary Religious of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, is a Doctor in Systematic Theology who teaches at the Jesuit Ibero-Americana University in Mexico City and at the Union of Mexican Religious Women and Men. Her research is related to feminist theology from the perspective of Latin American eco-feminst theology.
Chris Hoke finally told me the true meaning of Matthew 22:1-14.
Errr… Can I re-gift it? I’m afraid it doesn’t match my apartment decor…
This story encapsulates how we can make errors in judgment when we make presumptions instead of taking the time to understand the truth, or consider the situation empathetically…
Self-Evaluating where the biz is at… and thinking about some venue changes.