College Boy – 6th Day of Urban Dionysia

The Διονύσια τὰ ἀστικά ‘Urban Dionysia’, are the last Dionysian celebrations of the Hellenic lunar calendar. They close the yearly events in boreal spring - austral fall - with other rituals, dances and performances. Each day of Dionysia, I introduce in a few words, a piece of performance art from anyone in the world, at … Continue reading College Boy – 6th Day of Urban Dionysia

Holy Thursday in Times of coronavirus

This year, on most of the planet, Easter takes place in peculiar circumstances. I don’t know what celebrations will be expected within the different existing churches, nor the festivities planned by the Catholic church. But what may be an object of opportune meditation for everyone in the situation of the Wuhan virus global outbreak, is … Continue reading Holy Thursday in Times of coronavirus

Have I been sincere when I took vows with the jesuits?

The question in my title will not, I hope, be without any spicy taste for those who are sensitive to double meaning expressions. Between 2009 and 2012, I have lived three years in the jesuit province of France, just before the French speaking provinces of Western Europe have been unified. I don’t hide any part … Continue reading Have I been sincere when I took vows with the jesuits?