Sacred Bones & Golden Arms: The Art of Christian Spirituality

by Amanda C. R. Clark, Ph.D. In the Sant’Ignazio di Loyola church in Rome, entire walls are wreathed with relics in a macabre tapestry. Stretching high is a mosaic of skulls and bones, gold leaf, and red felt, offering a commentary on mortality and a reminder that the Church is, as Tertullian said, “built on … Continue reading Sacred Bones & Golden Arms: The Art of Christian Spirituality