About this blog

A youthful convert to Catholicism, I drifted away in my middle years, but now find myself standing once again on the edge of faith. This blog provides a space where I can explore my rediscovered but still tentative faith. I hope other seekers will find the site of interest.

Narthex: In early Christian architecture a portion of the church at the west end, separated from the nave by a low wall or screen and reserved for the catechumens, energumens, and penitents who were not admitted amongst the congregation.

Header image: Narthex of Basilique Sainte-Marie-Madeleine de Vézelay, France (Wikimedia Commons: complete image here)

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