God's ways are not our ways! God cannot be captured in our thoughts or pictured inside our imagination. God is so different from anything we can know or imagine that all of our concepts and language about God are always more inadequate than adequate.
Artist Andrew White describes the spiritual journey he took as he painted and shared his epic work In Memoriam, of the Last Supper, which is was displayed at the shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham and now hangs at Farm Street Church, Mayfair, London. This painting was the inspiration behind the “imaginative conversations” between the disciples which we have produced for Holy Week.
In the end, and this is true of all good art and all good performance, creativity is not about the person doing the creation. It's about oneness, truth, goodness, and beauty. In creativity we join ourselves to God's energy and help channel God's transcendental qualities...
The Jesuits in Britain Archives houses a substantial collection of records from the office of the Vice-Postulators, who worked on the beatification and canonisation of the English and Welsh martyrs. Assistant Archivist Mary Allen has been cataloguing the collection and writes about the process.