Sacred Art, Immigration Rights
A MN-based immigrant rights organization posted this on Facebook. It's an artistic meditation on how U.S. "border security" policies divide the body of Christ.
I couldn't find the artist, but I'm going to continue trying! I often start my semester with a discussion of different artistic representations of the Last Supper. I might add this one to the mix.
This is sort of putting the cart before the bicycle since we haven't put much together yet for our public opening, but I feel like this is something we could commit to https://joinmastodon.org/covenant
Jean Vanier, rest in peace.
This is lovely-- GRE Student Sews Eco-Friendly Burial Shrouds
I have many critiques of Facebook, but one of my favorite features is the "Memories" tab. Ten years ago, I was going through a very difficult time. I actually enjoy reading my posts from those days, because I can see in retrospect how God was present throughout.
Ten years ago today, I was visiting Wisconsin. My siblings and I decided to take a pilgrimage to Holy Hill, a 24-mile hike from our parents' house.
We arrived very sore... and exactly five minutes after the basilica closed for the day!
The administrator of the monastery.social instance as we get things started. Theology PhD student.
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