You may have noticed that my blog has been a little quiet this year. In fact I’ve been thinking about shutting it down and starting up a new one. I’ve finally decided to keep this one running though, but with a slightly new emphasis. The reason is that I was received into the Catholic Church in February, and my whole interior landscape has been undergoing seismic upheaval. I wasn’t sure I still wanted an “Art and Craft” blog. However, I’ve abandoned plans to start a purely Catholic blog because so many people do it better than I could. I will provide links to some wonderful Catholic resources as time goes on, but I won’t be trying to duplicate them. For starters, if you are interested in finding out more about traditional Catholicism, I don’t think you’ll find a better resource than FishEaters.
Here are some photos of the beautiful baptistery where I was received into the Church.
I will probably post a couple of more wordy posts about my conversion from Buddhism to Catholicism. Then, once the transition period is over, it will be back to business as usual: I’ll be mostly using the blog to share pictures of things I’ve made or designed, but with a new (hopefully not too fishy) flavour that derives from my new-found faith.