Sedes Sapientiae

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Here is a sign of a vibrant community. They have been spending a year building a small chapel for adoration. The new monstrance, donated by a friend of the community, arrived recently. The Calvert House Community at the University of Chicago is truly blessed. It is one of the places I will miss here in Chicago.
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Is that really a woman holding the eucharist?

what would Rome say?

even though her title's in Latin and not in Hebrew or Greek, it looks like Holy Wisdom!

What would Rome say???!!!! I think that Rome would be very much in favor. Traditionally a statue of Mary might be holding the child Jesus, here she is cradling the true presence.

Sedes Sapientiae is a traditional name for Mary in the Litany of Loretto.

It is Jesus in his real presence who is enthroned here as "Holy Wisdom."

We'll miss having you here, too, Father Keyes...

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