View Larger Image Saving Sacred Art: My Conversation with Anthony Visco Joseph Sciambra2022-01-31T18:26:49+00:00January 31st, 2022|Blog, Podcast| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInPinterest Related Posts Gallery Abuse, Homosexuality, and the Catholic Church: My Conversation with Fr. Paul John Kalchik November 14th, 2023 Gallery From Gay Activist to Orthodoxy: My Conversation with Robert Pavlick October 16th, 2023 Gallery Frequent Confession in the Russian Orthodox Church from the Viewpoint of a Convert September 12th, 2023 Gallery If a man dresses well…He’s gay? My Conversation with Necktie Salvage August 29th, 2023 Gallery Gays, Greeks, and Christianity: My Conversation with Fr. George Aquaro August 15th, 2023 One Comment Frances February 5, 2022 at 3:04 pm Hi Joseph, interesting conversation with Anthony Visco. My aesthetic nature may not be up to the visual standards of Italians like you and Anthony, but you may have explained why I have always felt some guilt about what taste I do have being brought up a little before you as an Irish American Catholic in the Church of the Novus World Order. The main wheel set turning for me by your conversation was: It seems natural to me that the women artists you studied with should be a little non-plussed about their art with the sub-conscious knowledge of the gift of creation we were tasked with by God. That’s real power. Men are obviously a part of that, but is there really a comparison with the personal experience of creation taking place within their own bodies. The Satanic has extracted (many times literally) creation from women. Ezekiel tells us that when the Man Clothed in Linen entered Jerusalem with the angels he marked on the forehead for survival only those who were tormented by what Jerusalem had become. Frances Comments are closed.