Articles by Rebekah Ann Lamb
January 23, 2019
In the last article in Convivium’s series on the meaning of home, Rebekah Lamb surveys the rich array of literature and theological thinking that take a home as metaphor for the drama and implications of the soul’s choices.
March 1, 2018
Where do you see evidence of the transcendent in your midst? Today author and photographer Rebekah Ann Lamb invites us to see through her sacred lens.
Dotting the coastline of the Firth of Forth’s Northern Shore, in the East Neuk of Fife, Anstruther cottages are often a layering of varied patterns, textures, and materials: rock, sea-shells, brick, stone, slate, tile, and vivid paints accent the meeting of sea with shore, of the unfathomable with t...
August 1, 2016
Reading the new edition of Dietrich von Hildebrand's classic Liturgy and Personality, reviewer Rebekah Ann Lamb writes, reminds us why the language of Christian love is also the language of objective truth.
In July 2016, the Hildebrand Project released a new edition of Liturgy and Personality, one of Hildebrand's more popular works, first published in Germany in 1933 and in English in 1943 Both Guardini and Hildebrand wished to impart that the Liturgy, as the heart of Catholic life, feeds culture ...