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Realizing the presence, promise, and power of the Kingdom of God.
Crosfigell
From hot-headed to hot-hearted.
It's where the joy is.
It is quite likely that the high crosses we are considering in this series were used not only for teaching illiterate locals but also to orient and educate new members coming into the monastery.
It is early in the 10th century, well into the afterglow of the great Celtic Revival, which lasted nearly 400 years.
The Celtic art forms on the high crosses.
No two Irish high crosses are alike.
Like God's own creativity.
Like God's own creativity.
We need it today as well.
All pointing to Jesus.
It still speaks to us today.
Symbols can be powerful.
Participative art.
The art of the ancient Irish Christians.
Patrick knew it, and we can, too.

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