The Mysteries of the Rosary retold from the point of view of the Hero’s Journey, focusing on the theme of Transformation through 20 steps of choice and act.
Fra Angelico is interrupted during Lauds to receive a mysterious child. He is then taken on a midnight Christmas visit to rescue a lost, little girl.
Ready to crash from exhaustion, Fra Angelico’s guardian angel takes him on a mission to Mt. Carmel, then to the Forges in Angelium, and lastly to Aylesford.
Interrupted in his chores, Fra Angelico returns to Roman Israel for healing waters, and then flies to Capernaum in time to heal the centurion’s servant.
Good fiction has to be real, with real people, brokenness and sin, otherwise how else is any exploration of redemption possible? Some thoughts on a photo.
Right in the middle of his painting, Fra Angelico’s guardian angel hastens him to Hungary, there to work a mid-winter miracle with roses for a young queen.
Fra Angelico is taken through an angelic doorway to bake bread for a community of starving friars. He doesn’t realize who it is he’s helping until later.
Eändelion whisks Fra Angelico away to meet the Principality of the monastery, and they gain permission to enter the ancient, secret city of Angelium.
So this month my wife took the #3fictionalcharacters challenge, and I thought she nailed it perfectly. I gave it a go, and couldn’t. So I asked for help. 😉