Fish Not Flesh: Symbolism of the New Mexico Lenten Feast Article

(Image courtesy of http://www.iamnm.com) My latest article for the New Mexico Humanities Council is available online at: https://nmhumanities.org/?blogId=1889&fbclid=IwAR1sdhsRtE0YsYOlfjqaBTmPwyBv_d4x7uI_357C-r9lSozpqTsFd9ewnlo The article talks about the unique Good Friday Lenten meal that New Mexican Catholics traditionally eat each year, and notes the similarities between these foods and the Jewish Passover Seder meal, so check it out and let … Continue reading Fish Not Flesh: Symbolism of the New Mexico Lenten Feast Article

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling

Thanks to TB for the photography. For some reason, the Harry Potter books always evoke Christmas and the winter holidays, no matter what time of year I read them in or what time of year is represented in the books. I suppose it's because these books, ostensibly for kids, are also a wonderful read for … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling