"The Iconic Jesus," published by the Society of St. Paul, features 42 icons of Jesus, each of which was "painted as an act of prayer," she said.
Sister Wendy contended that reading icons is also an act of prayer.
"You cannot possibly really speak about the mystery of Jesus. It's too deep. You can just try to point people in his direction and that's what I tried to do," she said.
Sister Wendy particular focused on early icons because she found they say much about the early church "in its poetry and freshness trying to make visible the love of their blessed Lord."
"The early church had such a delicate enthusiasm that has perhaps been lost in our world where everything is handed to us on a plate," Sister Wendy said.
August 05, 2011
Posted by TS at 9:06 AM