A catholic in dialogue

Archive for October, 2008

Biblia Clerus

Biblia Clerus

The Congregation for the Clergy has released a bible study software for those who would like to read the Scriptures with the mind of the Church.  Apart from making available the Scriptures in different languages both classical (Hebrew, Greek and Latin) and modern (NAB, RSV, CEI, BPD, etc.,), the software also puts forward different […]

Light

Light

The image is a mind map of the word "light" in the New Testament.  It is not comprehensive, just enough to show how by association of ideas, one can show that the phrase "Christ is Light" does not contradict the passage that says "the Christian is light" or "the Church is light".  Conceptually, the […]

I Taught Ephraim How To Walk…

I Taught Ephraim How To Walk…

After two years not drawing anything, I started to make a few practise sketches. One of these was an image from Hosea 11. I had it originally posted at Res Biblica to illustrate an article I posted. Since then, I haven’t drawn anything based on the Scriiptures.
The passage in Hosea […]

A Self-Portrait

A Self-Portrait

This is a self-portrait that I created trying to imitate the iconized logo of Cathopologist. I don’t usually look that way: I’m more into half-naked, shortpants kind of computer man. But the “geeky” look is funny already, almost as funny as the avatar I use in one of the forums I frequent.
The image […]

Image and Description Tooltip

Image and Description Tooltip

One of the more useful tooltip scripts that can be used in a presentation-tutorial website like Your Daily Inspiration and the Bible Workshop is the "Image with Description Tooltip" by Sharon Paine. There are two parts in the script: the first is placed at the <head> section of the web page, and another is in […]

Where I Live

Where I Live

These are snapshots of where I’ve been living for the past four years. The neighborhood doesn’t look bad. In fact, it is in a quite urbanized part of Laguna. The thumbnails are clickable.

InPaint

InPaint

I’ve been fooling around with a software called InPaint. It is a software that helps one erase unwanted elements in a digital photo.
Consider this picture

Looks idyllic, no? A dirt road lined with grass and trees to one side leading towards a horizon marked by two trees along each side of the road. […]

The Ruminant

The Ruminant

The picture was inspired by a page from a letter of St. Jerome where he says in effect that one should read the Scriptures in such a way that one wakes up in the morning with the discovery that the sacred page has been one’s pillow through the night. Now, I don’t know what […]

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