This book has pages of sacred art you can actually tear out and frame!
Are you ready for the…..7th installment? Yes, there really are that many ridiculous “nativity” sets
Did St. Justina have a unicorn, and why is St. Bernard doing that?
We can’t wait to see what this young woman creates next!
We are blessed to have such a deep faith that appreciates scared images anywhere.
Do you think that beauty is just for the cultured, the dreamer, or the romantic? Think again. In his new book, Beauty: What It Is and Why It Matters, John-Mark L. Miravalle argues that beauty isn’t just a matter of opinion. In fact, since everyone has a responsibility to fulfill their purpose, beauty is actually
Harrison Lemke just released his newest album Thy Tender Care right before Christmas and it’s a gem. Here are 5 reasons why you should also listen to it (and listen to all his other work, too). 1. He’s Catholic This is pretty self-explanatory but we should definitely be supporting the good work of other Catholics. 2. He
After the Protestant Reformation, religious wars exploded across Europe. Struggling to restore a unite of faith and love of the Eucharist and other sacraments, Catholic theologians and clergy turned to artists to help them reaffirm Catholic doctrine and catechize a largely illiterate population. In her latest book, How Catholic Art Saved the Faith: The Triumph of
In sacred art, nothing is more difficult to depict than the Trinity. The Father is unseen, the Holy Spirit is more than a dove, and Jesus is more than a man. Throughout time, artists have given their best efforts to allegorically depicting the Trinity in order to reveal some truth of its nature and the
VATICAN CITY – Vatican officials are loaning 41 items to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The pieces are few a new display: ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’. “The Costume Institute’s spring 2018 exhibition – at The Met Fifth Avenue and The Met Cloisters – will feature a dialogue between fashion and medieval art
Lately, I have been watching a lot of spoken word poetry videos on YouTube. This has led me to read more poetry. I have found that I like reading the poems of poets who perform spoken word better than the poets who wrote their poems and left them in a book. I like poetry that
“In the beginning, God created. . .” (Genesis 1:1). These first five words of the entire Bible are ones that Cory Heimann of Likeable Art asked 62 artists to reflect on and give their own first five words. Leaders in the Catholic art world like Bishop Robert Barron and Dr. Peter Kreeft contributed. From writers
Have you heard yet about the recent hit album put out by the Dominicans of the Province of St. Joseph? Released under the band name of the “Hillbilly Thomists,” it is currently sitting at #6 on Billboard’s best-selling bluegrass albums list. The ensemble is comprised of 10 Dominicans, 2 of whom are priests, who are
Do you know what the first five words of the Bible are? In the beginning, God created. In his forthcoming book “Created: Bridging the Gap Between Your Art and Your Creator“, Cory enlisted 50 of the greatest Catholic creatives currently with us to share their five words of inspiration. Each page contains a creative’s words of wisdom drawn
Kristyn Brown began The Saints Project with a simple mission in mind: to make the saints even more accessible to the modern world and hold them up as role models. What the world gains is incredible, uplifting beauty. Prior to beginning The Saints Project two years ago, Kristyn was a busy yet unfulfilled
In my humble opinion, one of the Wonders of the World should be all the absolutely amazing stained glass windows that are on full display in Catholic Churchs around the world. While there are some amazing works of stained glass art in other locations, like museums and train stations, those in the Churchs that depict
The Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art in Marietta, Georgia hosted a Chalktoberfest, a gathering of chalk and street artists to create street art-work on two streets in Marietta- look what Katie Runde created! Incredible detail Look how this street art was developed: Wow These are some seriously talented people Great job
The Sistine Chapel, built by and named after Pope Sixtus IV, is one of the many wonders of the world. Know for its beauty and amazing frescoes detailing salvation history, as well as for being the place where the Vicar of Christ is chosen in conclave, the Sistine Chapel is truly a treasure for