Saturday, June 14, 2003

and even the iconographers......St. Andrei Rublev, thank you!

For your edification, two unusual icons appropriate for the feast. Unfortunately I can't bring either of them here since they do not have their own no-text jpg pages; I'll have to send you to them instead.

From Fr. Frederick Crowe's biography of Fr. Bernard Lonergan, SJ:

.....in the mystery of the trinitarian processions, and through life to Method in Theology and beyond, in the welter of words that with other theologians it was his vocation to utter, Lonergan never lost what Thomas above all theologians could teach, that theology can be done, must be done, that when it is done, we are confronted with mystery and bow our heads in adoration.

"Holy Theologian Bernard Lonergan in the Mystery of the Eternal Processions of the Most Blessed Trinity"

and,

Venerable Dorothy Day of New York City to Robert Coles: If I have accomplished anything in my life, it is because I wasn't embarrassed to talk about God.

"Venerable Dorothy Day Overseen by the Holy Visitors to Abraham"
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