Catherine of Siena on the utterly irrational and creative love of God

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Saint Catherine of Siena (detail), 1510/15; Lo Spagna; Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

“Just as a blind person does not see, nor a drunk person who is really saturated with wine, so Christ like a blind person, like one drunk on saving us, lost himself. Neither our foolishness nor our ingratitude nor our selfish love for ourselves held him back.” [1]


Taking seriously ideas that are totally different from your own

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Photo by Free-Photos on Pixabay


The beginning of a difficult journey of self-love and embrace

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Photo by Pexels from Pixabay


Encountering and Loving the Self Within

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Photo by Gerd Altmann on Pixabay

The Illusion of Travel as Invitation to Look Inward

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Appenine Mountains near Perugia, Umbria, Italy; photo my own


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Zaccary Haney

PhD Student in Theology and Ethics | Queer Theologian | Historian of Christian Thought | Traveler | Coffee Enthusiast

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