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Michael Schrauzer
The Newborn (c. 1640s) by Georges de la Tour. Located in the Musée des Beaux-Arts, Rennes, France.
David P. Lang
The only valid substance for a consecrated host is unleavened bread made from gluten—unfortunately for some, a highly allergenic substance. So...
Mike Aquilina
The Christians in the first centuries after Christ, secretly practicing their faith in catacombs, left their descendants a rich spiritual...
I’ve been evangelizing prisoners and writing about evangelization and apologetics for 22 years, beginning while still a catechumen (“Faith...
Tim Staples
For millions of non-Catholic Christians, Jesus was using pure symbolism in John 6:53 when he declared to his followers, “Truly, truly, I say to...
Michael Schrauzer
Untitled (1953); No. 14 (White and Greens in Blue, 1957); Untitled(1949) by Mark Rothko. Located in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D....
Michael Schrauzer
West portal and nave of Chartres Cathedral (1194-1260), Chartres, France. For most practical purposes, the glorious windows of Chartres are...
Michael Schrauzer
Madonna and Child with Saint Peter and Saint John the Evangelist (c. 1360) by Nardo di Cione. Located in the National Gallery of Art,...
Michael Schrauzer
Annunciation (14th century), reverse of two-sided icon from the Church of St. Clement, Skolpje, Macedonia. Located in the Icon Gallery, Ohrid,...
Michael Schrauzer
Still Life with Gilt Cup by Willem Claesz. Heda, 1635. Located in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. Still lifes elicit a range of responses from...