Using art and beauty to glorify God

Roots of Faith


Sally Carpenter
How can mortal humans ever hope to visualize the grandeur of an infinite God?
A sample of great works created to share the wonders of the almighty can be seen at the “Vatican Splendors” exhibit at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley.
Comprised of such mundane elements as stone, metal, paint and fabric, these pieces are not only aesthetic masterpieces but also little catechisms designed to spur congregants to deeper devotion.
While this exhibit focuses on the Catholic Ch...

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