We begin with Karl Barth (1886–1968) as he begins his book Credo with some thoughts on how believing comes about. Then we share two stories of personal belief. They are both from literary Englishmen, but are quite different.
Saturday this week is 25 March—the Feast of the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary. For this we share a short reflection by Basil Pennington OCSO (1931–2005).
And yes, like your editor, they are all old men . . . sorry.
Contemporary Ukrainian Art — works by Ivan Marchuk — Іван Степанович Марчук
Ivan Marchuk (b. 1936) is among Ukraine's most celebrated contemporary painters, Honored Artist of Ukraine, laureate of the Shevchenko National Prize, Honored Citizen of Ternopil and Kyiv.
Performances of sacred music by the Chamber Choir of Europe.