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Easter Blend

Last Christmas, some Christians were outraged when Starbucks removed reindeer and ornaments from its holiday coffee cups.  They accused the coffee giant of launching a new front on the “war on Christmas.”  We noticed, however, that unlike other businesses, the company did call its seasonal coffee, “Christmas Blend,” not shying away from the religious terminology. The […]


Salvatore Larosa: XCrosses

Larosa is one of the foremost artists working at the interface of spirituality and aesthetics, religion and the arts. Among his latest works, a beautiful website and booklet, is a meditation on the meaning of the cross, inspired by the Gospel of Thomas.  Check it out here.


What Would Muhammed Do?

What Would Muhammed Do? One Muslim’s response to the cartoon controversy. More About Islam


The Human Body in Christian Symbolism

Contrary to prevailing public impression, the human body has been, throughout history, and continues to be today, one of the principal symbols of the sacred.  It is a central point of focus in Christian art, architecture and iconography. Genesis refers to humanity as having been created “in the image and likeness of God.” New Testament […]