In sorrow, I cry as I write & with an unspoken revelation, my mind is in a state of havoc contemplating the hard times of grief ahead, grief that changes human perspective. My personal inner dialogue ignited, while the Catholic church on, June 10, 2016, announced its feast day of Mary Magdalene, ... Read More about Sorrowful Times & Mary Magdalene
I painted this icon in memory of my Father with the highest of intentions. I planned to share it with his local parish as a gift. The proposed icon had been an Andrei Rublev prototype. Soft and gentle the Christ icon would be a perfect representation, a memorial of my Father. I wanting no ... Read More about Memoral Icon
Saints who are they? They can be described as the church's famous, performing miracles, the people who have held in prayer to God, never leaving a divine connection at all costs, and having been canonized by the church. Fr. Charles Simones Greek Orthodox priest would say; "they fought the good fight ... Read More about Saints Who Are They?
It was by suggestion, my teacher said," It would be good if you could take a trip to Russia, see, and learn more about the icons you are making". Intrigued by this suggestion, I took it to heart. It seemed a trip was meant to be, because all things fell right into place soon after the suggestion. ... Read More about Russia And Learning About Icons
I always had the dream of becoming a writer, never suspecting that writing would turn out to look like a piece of art. In all the world, we could never expect, in our own thoughts or actions what God has in store for us, or what they will look like, and how our gifts will touch the world. I am no ... Read More about I Wanted To Be A Writer