New Worlds from Old Ideas
Welcome to my world,
My world has been filled with many, many blessings — and I hope to share them with you through this website. My journey as a student has taken me from a classroom in the convent school in Norseman, Western Australia to researching in the Bodleian in Oxford. In 2014, I went on a pilgrimage to Poland to the City of the Immaculata. Known around the world as Niepokalanow, this Franciscan community was established by St Maximilian Kolbe, a Conventual Franciscan friar who was martyred in Auschwitz in 1941.
In 2015, I discovered The Kolbe Walk in Rome and I like to think that I walked in his footsteps in those two years. The Collosseum is one of the stops on the Walk. And so, I use it as a symbol of the triumph of good over evil and of the the power we possess, through the grace of God, to imagine new worlds where good is celebrated in the presence of God. I will do my best to use my knowledge and skills to imagine new worlds constructed from old ideas.