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Embracing the need for faith and science: How not to read the story of the “Doubting Thomas” — 2 Comments

    • Richard, Thank you for your response! Yes, sacred art is a powerful tool to assist us in our “imaging” of the risen of Lord. The primary means of encountering Christ, of course, would be through Sacred Scripture, Tradition, the means of grace provided in the Sacraments (especially the Eucharist), and a sincere life of faith rooted in prayer and service. One thing I deeply appreciate about your response is that it can lead us to a healthy understanding of the spiritual of Icons. That might be something for me to write on in the future!

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