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The Healing Spirit of Sacred Play by Carolyn Lee Boyd

Many years ago I was attended seasonal, Goddess-focused revels featuring handmade trinkets, including some by tremendously talented artists who attended. One year, our springtime fete was mercy with spectacular paints, intricately entwine and colorful fabric skill, sensuous carves, and exquisitely coated eggs. I introduced a Peeps diorama depicting the reunion of Demeter and Persephone.( For […]

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Sagrada Família: Towers Rising in the Midst of Rediscovered Faith

Among the precious precious of the Church that used to generate the saving of feelings, which we must recover in order to save our families and rebuild a Christian society, is the Sacrament of Matrimony. Is it not shaded today above all because we rarely exclaim this forgotten gem among the seven sacraments , no […]

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The Fatima Visionary Who Helped an Artist Priest Sculpt His Iconic Statue of Our Lady

Fatima’s Shepherd Girl and the Artist Monk- Part V In this last-place chapter of a series of articles, the figure of the American statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary placed on the bell tower of the Basilica of the Rosary in Fatima comes to a joyou objective. Its modeling was a joint effort of […]

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Dancing for Forgiveness and Reconciliation – Part Two By Laura Shannon

In Part One of this article, I described dancing Jewish, Romani, and Armenian dances for forgiveness and reconciliation with groups in Germany and all over the world. I also offered danced rituals of remembrance at former concentration camps and other places scarred by the atrocities of war. I went to camps including Dachau and Auschwitz, to […]