Daily Archives: 27 January 2014

New art from Daniel Mitsui: Our Lady of Walsingham!

The Catholic sacred artist Daniel Mitsui sent me a beautiful rendering of Our Lady of Walsingham.
The 7″ x 10″ print is ready for ordering HERE.

Those saint in the corners are Catherine of Alexandria, Margaret of Antioch and Lawrence of Rome.
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Posted in Just Too Cool, REVIEWS, Saints: Stories & Symbols, The Campus Telephone Pole | Tagged , | 13 Comments

Two birds with one stone

Some Monday morning humor.  I did know about Dixon Diaz, but he’s got some game:

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FLASH! Pope Francis speaks kindly about priests!

During his daily off-the-cuff, non-magisterial sermonette today, Pope Francis spoke about priests. And he didn’t bash them! In fact, as a refreshing change of pace today, he said some good things about priests.
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“On the contrary, it is impossible to understand … Continue reading

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Irish Redemptorist Fr. Tony Flannery takes a hike

You may remember the strange tales of Irish Redemptorist (not-quite-former-yet) Fr. Tony Flannery, founder of the Ass. of Catholic Priests.
Here is some news for the Fishwrappers and their fellow travelers.
Take note of this piece in The Irish Times about dear heretical … Continue reading

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From the Northern to the Southern Cross

From APOD:

Go there for the explanation.  I think you can click on the image above for a larger version.  Then go buy some coffee and enjoy their whole archive.
 

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