Heaven and Earth Are Full of Your Glory: Sophiological Reflections on the Immaculate Conception and Isaiah 6:3

David Russell Mosley Eastertide 24 May 2017 The Edge of Elfland Hudson, New Hampshire Dear Readers, Today at Mass I was struck by the responsorial psalm. It was Psalm 148 and the response was “Heaven and Earth are full of Your Glory” (capitalizations are mostly mine). Today, for reasons as yet unknown to me, hearing [Read More…]

Seeing the World through the Lens of Reverence: Michael Martin Presents the Sophia Option

David Russell Mosley Ordinary Time 21 February 2017 The Edge of Elfland Hudson, New Hampshire Dear Readers, I was preparing quite a different letter for you. I was preparing a letter reviewing Joseph Pearce’s new book, Merrie England: A Journey Through the Shire, a review I hope to send to you tomorrow. But then, as I [Read More…]

Dining at Sophia’s Banquet: Wisdom, the Eucharist, and Life

David Russell Mosley Ordinary Time St. Matthew The Edge of Elfland Hudson, New Hampshire Dear Readers, Yesterday, I wrote to you about food, quoting somewhat from Angel F. Méndez-Montoya’s excellent book, The Theology of Food: Eating and the Eucharist. Today I want to interact a bit more with his section on Sophia and food. In [Read More…]