Rest in Peace, Dennis

It is with infinite sadness that I must tell you that Dennis passed away suddenly last Friday (July 12, 2019). I write this on behalf of his wife and partner, PJ. With his passing, Dennis leaves a gaping abyss in our lives. He was a man larger than life, zestful in his embrace of all […]

Hometown Discoveries (Dennis Aubrey)

Deliver me from bloodguiltiness, O God, thou God of my salvation: and my tongue shall sing aloud of thy righteousness. O Lord, open thou my lips; and my mouth shall shew forth thy praise. For thou desirest not sacrifice; else would I give it: thou delightest not in burnt offering. The sacrifices of God are […]

We Changed Our Look

Don’t be shocked, but after eight years, we have changed the look of the Via Lucis site. It was starting to get a little over-complicated and hard to navigate, so we selected a template that we thought would make things easier for us. And since we are now at almost 500,000 visitors, we thought it […]

New Podcast Episode – The Tragedy of Notre Dame

Rarely are posts from Via Lucis taken directly from the news – I can think only of a couple, especially the death of Angelico Surchamp. But today’s podcast on the burning of the Cathédrale Notre Dame de Chartres is an exception. The devastating news of the fire on the Île de la Cité has affected […]

A Via Lucis interview on “So Important”

Last week, PJ and I had the opportunity to do an interview with podcaster Monte Malin on his “So Important” site. Monte interviews about the things people are passionate about. He’s interviewed people on music (including the Ramones, Genesis and Sparks), Rabbi Chuck Diamond on the Tree of Life attack, film noir, and even Mr. […]