The artist’s mission is to compel us to love life in all its countless and inexhaustible manifestations. Leo Tolstoy

Visual meditations

Ciro: Via Maria

Ciro only makes use of waste. He systematically seeks ‘poor materials’: pieces of wood, steel, stone and fabric on which the traces of a former life are still tangibly present.

read more Ciro: Finding the Young Jesus in the Temple, detail


Balinese shadow play (Wayang Kulit)

Steve Scott tells about his trips to Bali

In the Balinese shadow play the puppet master pulls from a repertoire of traditional tales and retells them with an emphasis on contemporary moral and spiritual lessons. 

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Exhibitions and events


Here you find a list of exhibitions in galleries, museums and churches in the winter and spring. There is also a list of conferences, lectures and events all over the world, with a special focus on Europe.

read more Eva-Maria Beller: Salt Book

Christian calendar

Gislebertus: The Dream of the Three Kings

This carving appears on a capital in Autun Cathedral, France, carved by a man named Gislebertus, the greatest sculptor of his period and one of the few whose name we know.

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Materials for Churches

Theodore Prescott: Taste and See, detail

Materials for Churches

Here you find materials for use in churches, categorized according to the Christian calendar. There are also materials about the Old and the New Testament.

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Church of the month

Richard Meier’s Jubilee Church in Rome

During the 1990’s the Vatican commissioned 50 new churches to be built in areas of greater Rome. The last church to be completed has become the most notable for the innovations of Richard Meier. 

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Art and Poetry

Dennis O’Driscoll & David Robinson

His grace is no longer called for
before meals: farmed fish multiply
without His intercession.
Though we rebelled against Him
like adolescents, uplifted to see
an oppressive father banished -
we confess to missing Him at times.

read more David Robinson: Vertical Desire, detail

Art and Music

Album cover

Alana Levandoski & Julie Ann Stevens

The Divine placed wholly in human flesh, the infinite squashed down into finite, like the entire ocean is poured into a pool, the Christ, He was bursting at the seams.

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In the Spotlight

Modern Art and the Life of a Culture - Review

The authors focus on what they see as Rookmaaker’s dark take on modern art rather than giving proper weight to his appreciation of the good job modern art does in addressing the negative implications of a culture that is turning its back on God.

read more Paul Klee: Bust of a Child, detail