Hello! Thanks for reading about Catholic Photo Challenge #5!
I called in the big guns for help on this new challenge. My dear friend Maria Johnson (begojohnson.com) has graciously agreed (OK, I twisted her arm live on Catholic Weekend) to guest post for this challenge. Thanks Maria! Continue reading
I was having a tough time coming up with a theme for this photo challenge when I ran across an article written by my bishop, Most Reverend Edward Slattery, Bishop of Tulsa, in the latest issue of the Eastern Oklahoma Catholic, our diocesan magazine. Continue reading
Stained glass: Alfred Handel, d. 1946, photo:Toby Hudson
In honor of Father’s Day here in the US, I thought it might be fun to use the image of Christ as the Good Shepherd for Catholic Photo Challenge #3. Continue reading
In the spring of 2006, I had the privilege to help lead a group of University of Tulsa Newman Center students on a pilgrimage to the Shrines of France. One day, while traveling through Normandy, we stopped to visit the D-Day beaches and the American Military Cemetery there. Continue reading
The imagery of light and darkness found throughout Scripture is very powerful, as we see here in Isaiah 9:1:
“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light;Upon those who lived in a land of gloom a light has shone.” (Isaiah 9:1)