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Arts & Catholic Culture

Beauty creates communion. It unites onlookers from a distance, uniting past, present and future. The Catholic Church has always translated the universality of the Good News into the language of art.  Christianity from its earliest days has recognized the value of the arts and has made wise use of their varied language to express her unvarying message of salvation.  This is because Christians believe that "for from the greatness and beauty of created things comes a corresponding perception of their Creator” (Wisdom 13:5).  

“Arts and Catholic Culture” looks at different artistic areas that are closely connected to the mission of the Catholic Church and cultures of the contemporary world.  The areas of interests include Architecture, Design, Painting and Sculpture, Music, Literature, Poetry, Calligraphy, Theatre, Photography, Cinema, Television, Art History etc.  


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