Elizabeth Lev

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July 10, 2020
I was a single mum in Rome during the heyday of The West Wing, so I come to this a couple of decades and a few elections short, but my quarantine catch-up came as a shock. One of the smartest examples of TV writing I have ever seen, The West Wing has a captivating cast
May 02, 2019
The Leonardo renaissance sweeping the globe over the past few years will hit fever pitch this month as the world remembers his death 500 years ago in Amboise, France. According to legend, he breathed his last, aged 67, in the arms of the French King Francis I. A few centuries of relative obscurity ensued, but
October 25, 2018
Once upon a time the Church was wracked by tempests of doubt and division. There was widespread confusion among the faithful regarding the significance of the sacraments and, as a result, the clear path to salvation was obscured. The Eucharist and penance seemed to have lost their celestial and binding power, becoming more motions than
October 25, 2018
Amid the apocalyptic landscape of the Reformation, the Church needed saints and theologians - but also painters and sculptors
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