Inside the Vatican

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Just a little glimpse of the treasures to be found when visiting the Vatican. Obviously it is even better when you know someone that can take you to those spots a regular tourist wouldn’t have access to. Now, more than ever is probably the best time to visit….

Saint Martin fresco painting!

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Fresco by Wilfried Senoner


Martin of Tours was a soldier in the Roman army. He had a vision and one day as he came across a scarcely dressed beggar, he cut his cloak in half and gave it to the man.

“Lord, if your people still have need of my services, I will not avoid the toil. Your will be done. I have fought the good fight long enough. Yet if you bid me continue to hold the battle line in defense of your camp, I will never beg to be excused from failing strength. I will do the work you entrust to me. While you command, I will fight beneath your banner.” (St. Martin of Tours, Bishop and Confessor, Patron Saint of Soldiers)

What is Bulhwa?

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Buddhist paintings, or “bulhwa,” date back to the Three Kingdoms of Korea.

The power of Religion

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Sketch of the day – A woman tied up holding a cross. Her faith keeping her alive and giving her hope to never give up.

Why is Religion so important in our time, probably way more than we want to admit or even realize.

I would love to hear your take on this. If possible just use short words to describe your feelings.

Maui and its churches..

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IMG_1047Maui and its churches..

Strong believes on this amazing jewel of an Island…