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

Aleteia sets the soundtrack to your Easter

We've brought together some of the finest sacred music for your Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday

Analyzing art: Rembrandt’s powerful ‘Christ before Pilate’

The theater in which the tragic scene unfolds is a stone-paved Roman courtyard, teeming with life.

How the traditional craft of patchwork can improve your life

It's about a lot more than thriftiness and warm blankets.

The greatest Christian paintings of Leonardo da Vinci

This year is the 500th anniversary of the Master's death.

Have you seen these breathtaking paintings of babies in the womb?

These unusual works of art show the beauty and vibrancy of an unborn child's life.

Take this free online course on Rome’s Arch of Titus, which commemorated Rome’s occupation of the Holy Land

The menorah carved into the marble actually served as the model for the emblem of the State of Israel.

The two most popular museum exhibitions of 2018 featured Catholic art

“Heavenly Bodies” and a Michelangelo exhibit, both featured at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, drew record numbers.

“Fake” Botticelli painting linked to the Early Renaissance artist’s own studio

The newly identified work from the workshop of Botticelli will go on display at Ranger's House in London from April 1.

Thieves steal multimillion dollar masterpiece, but this Italian town got the last laugh

Only the mayor and the priest were privy to this elaborate sting.

Some of the most beautiful religious art can be found in Madrid’s Prado

The celebrated museum celebrates its 200th anniversary in 2019.

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