Tag Archives: Basilica of Saints Peter & Paul
I am currently working on a patchwork of writing assignments. Most of them are yeoman’s service in support of people, events, or projects I love. The word “yeoman” has fallen out of favor, possibly because it contains the word “man.” … Continue reading
The book is out. The talk is done (merci, bon Dieu!) The roaster is clean (finally) and I have no more things to say in the passive voice. Now go…buy the book.
On Friday, I went to a photo shoot. Not for myself, but for this Sunday’s “Easter Bonnet” article. My friend Gail offered her hat collection as props for my Sun Journal story. Gail loves hats, she wears hats, and she … Continue reading
The main portal of the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston, Maine consists of two side by side doors. Above is the tympanum, composed of a relief sculpture in limestone. The sculpture represents a vision of Saint Dominic, … Continue reading
I’ve been writing a year-long series about the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston, Maine. It has been a time-consuming project and I’ve undertaken it in addition to my full-time work at an “intellectual sweatshop.” I did also … Continue reading
As my blog readers know, I’ve been writing about the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Lewiston, Maine for the last 8 months. This Sunday’s Sun Journal (October 8) will feature the “Basilica Brides” story followed by three additional … Continue reading