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Our collection of articles on art that uses religious inspiration and motifs, intended to uplift the mind to the spiritual.

Seeing the Raising of Lazarus through Rembrandt’s own eyes

A Meditation on the Gospel of the 5th Sunday of Lent.

Watch this beautiful film about Gaudí, the architect of Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia

The 1984 documentary by Japanese director Hiroshi Teshigahara is an appreciation of the man of faith and genius who created the Modernist basilica.

Feed your mind and your soul with these free online classes

Now that you are stuck at home, it’s the perfect time to take an online course offered by some of the world’s greatest universities.

Coronavirus lockdown: Museums and cultural sites you can visit online

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Enriching things to do during the coronavirus outbreak.

Vatican converts vast collection of manuscripts into coloring books

Download these free coloring books and bring classic artworks to life! Don't forget to share.

The Vatican may be closed, but now you can take a free online tour

A faithful, educational way to spend your time in isolation.

Spending Lent at home? Take these online tours of the world’s greatest museums

An impressive collection of Catholic art is now accessible for free thanks to digital collections.

Raphael’s most gorgeous religious paintings

On 500th anniversary of artist's death, Washington D.C. gallery planned an exhibition, which coronavirus shut down.

Finding Faith: Ex-voto offerings for recovery from illness

These works of art were offered as thanks to God, or in the case of this 18th- or 19th-century Spanish tile, to the Virgin Mary.

Salvador Dalí’s ‘Divine Comedy’ illustration found in North Carolina thrift shop

Ever wondered if that cool looking antique may actually be worth something? 

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