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Monthly Archives: October 2019
The Statue at the Synod and the Catholic Imagination
Symbols and artwork are multivalent. How can any Catholic with a properly formed imagination look at a statue of a heavily pregnant woman in the context of a church, and not see Mary pregnant with Jesus? Is it because she … Continue reading
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