Study Notes for a page in Fr. Dom

Some notes for Fr. Dom readers.

Music I imagine the musicians in this scene playing:

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New Giclée Print - Nano Nagle

NANO NAGLE giclée print
Foundress of Sister of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
From the webcomic: The Sacramental Father Dom

FR. DOM: "Sister Rose is a Sister of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The order’s foundress, Nano Nagle, was born into a wealthy Irish family in 1718. She was known as 'the Lady of the Lantern', for she reached out to comfort to the sick, poor and elderly, at night, in the streets of Cork.
In a time and place where women religious were shunned if they actively engaging with people in need OUTSIDE of the church or convent, Nano opened seven schools for poor children – the first one in secret. She later opened homes for elderly women, providing instruction for them as well. Together with three other companions, she opened the first Presentation Convent in 1775."

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BABF went well

Berkeley, CA. Last week’s Bay Area Book Fair went very well. Good sales, good conversations, a videotaped interview (fingers crossed it gets posted), and new connections.


Episode 5 is up!

Episode 5 Posted Today.

Episode 4 & 5 concern a typical Tuesday morning for Fr. Dom, including morning Mass.

We then step into his thoughts as he instructs us about “sacramentals”.

Catch Up With The Sacramental Father Dom

See Video Trailer And Find Out Where To Read It Here:



Webcomic has launched!

My webcomic has just launched! Click on image to find out where to read it.


Characters for a webcomic

“The Sacramental Father Dom”

A webcomic set to begin around February 2019.

Walk alongside a Northern Californian Diocesan Priest as he goes through an existential crisis. Step into his thoughts and dreams.

Stay tuned!

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Church sign just arrived.

The sign I designed for St. Stephen’s church, San Francisco, just arrived last night! The pastor's friend, Vito, approves!! This saint is often depicted with stones, as he was stoned to death, and a palm leaf (Christian martyr). 
Manufactured by HD Supply. Printed on Dibond (aluminum + polyethylene). HD has an endless assortment of sign designs to choose from, but can also create from a provided composition, such as this one.

HD Supply, USA:

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