Tag Archives: St. Bonaventure

Devil face discovered hidden in a fresco by Giotto (+1337)

From The History Blog comes this very cool story about a detail hidden in a painting by Giotto, now “discovered”.
Devil in the details.
A restorer working on a fresco by Giotto di Bondone in the Basilica of St. Francis in Assisi … Continue reading

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The Bonaventuran Pope of Christian Unity

I posted this back in 2006 about how the “Pope of Christian Unity” is influenced by St. Bonaventure.  A few years have passed, so I think this should be reviewed and verified:
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Of St. Bonventure and how Pope Benedict is “Bonaventuran”

Today is the feast St. Bonaventure.
You might check out an oldie PODCAzT I did in 2008.
PODCAzT 64: Bonaventure on Christ “the door”; Interview – Fr. Timothy Finigan
Also, I posted this … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI on how to govern

Sandro Magister has this today, which you will want to take a moment to read in full.
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My emphases and comments.
How to Pilot the Church in the Storm. A Lesson
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