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Why do we never sing “De Spiritu Sancto” (St. Athenogenes) in our churches? There are a dozen translations in English verse. Where could anyone find a better evening hymn than this, coming right down from the catacombs? Our hymnbooks know nothing of such a treasure as this, and give us pages of poor sentiment in doggerel lines by some tenth-rate modern versifier.
— Rev’d Adrian Fortescue (d. 1923)

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Jubilee Museum Sacred Art Biennial 2014
published 24 March 2014 by Gwyneth Holston

GWYN_CainandAble HE JUBILEE MUSEUM and Catholic Cultural Center inaugurates its sacred art biennial this year. The theme chosen for the museum’s first biennial is: Cain and Abel, Am I My Brother’s Keeper? The story of the two brothers, the sons of Adam and Eve, has always captivated the imagination of artists. Countless depictions have been created over centuries. The Jubilee Museum and Catholic Cultural Center invites all artists to participate in the Jubilee Museum Sacred Art Biennial 2014.

Read the prospectus on the Jubilee Museum website.