New York City

A¬†few days in Manhattan with very generous friends yielded some wonderful experiences: a night at the Met for two operas, visits to the Metropolitan Museum and the Frick Collection, the former unrivalled in the scope of its collections and latter functioning as a one-stop introduction to the main developments in Western art since the Renaissance, the delights of Central Park, […]

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Gabriel Bunge on Created Being Spirituality

However much we may talk of ‘spirituality’ and however fond we may be of using the epithet ‘spiritual’, the Person of the Holy Ghost is the Great Absent One in the ‘spirituality’ of the West, as has often been lamented. As a consequence, we regard many things as ‘spiritual’ that in fact still belong absolutely and entirely to the realm […]

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