Tag Archives: Mary Magdalene


I’m in Bourgogne for Remembrance Day this year. Everyone here has been touched by the wars, although few will talk about it. Perhaps this is why the French have erected the ubiquitous monuments and plaques commemorating the violence of the … Continue reading

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The Preparing of the Bride….

It seems that the Feast Day of the Magdalene has touched more of us than ever before – that “the other Mary” has become very present in the lives of an incredible number of men and women around the planet. … Continue reading

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The Fractal’s Edge

This work that we’ve been doing, Catherine, Agnes, Selma and I, has been spinning around some very focused themes. In Rome, it centred mostly on our historical inheritance of violence and the complementary veneration of suffering. Churches, statues and piazzas at every … Continue reading

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