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

This artist used his paintings to conquer depression

His fantastic art will touch something in your soul.

This museum offers hope to families of opioid addicts

Works of art utilized for works of mercy.

A brush with God, as well as madness, in ‘At Eternity’s Gate’

Willem Dafoe has never won an Oscar, but that may change this year for his role as Vincent Van Gogh.

Holy treasures from Anglo-Saxon England

A new exhibit at the British Library in London sheds light on the Christian faith of early medieval England.

Shakespeare poem found to have pro-Catholic coded messages

Early work contained references interpreted as decrying Catholic persecution.

Need a unique gift idea? Check out these Catholic artists

These artisans are using their talents to bring faith into the home and into the world.

Nativity sets from around the world tell the same “greatest story ever told”

These handmade crêches present Jesus’ birth as seen through different cultural lenses.

Seeing the human side of Jesus in Donatello’s crucifixes

Renaissance artists became more focused on portraying Christ's humanity rather than “just” his divinity.

Russia shares its sacred and profane art with the Vatican

The exhibition titled “Pilgrimage of Russian Art: From Dionysius to Malevich” is part of a cultural exchange between Moscow's Tretyakov Gallery and the Vatican Museums in Rome.

The horrible history of the biblical Assyrians comes to life

A new exhibit at the British Museum shows that even by the standards of the time, their cruelty was legendary.

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