The Role of the Artist

Mother Teresa of Calcutta once said: “I am a little pencil in God's hands. He does the thinking. He does the writing.” Her statements are here echoed in more depth, through the article linked below. May it be not only an inspiration but a comfort to you, readers: Divine Mercy and the Role of the … Continue reading The Role of the Artist

Temptation – and How to Beat It

Some considered, worthy advice, readers: A Gentle Reminder to Think Righteously: ‘Temptation of Sir Percival’ Achieving great things often means passing great tests. Our tests frequently deal with overcoming some type of hardship, and some of our greatest hardships are those in which our character is tempted. The “Temptation of Sir Percival,” a work by … Continue reading Temptation – and How to Beat It

Modern Art for a Modern Martyr

Learn more through the link below, readers:   Artist Neilson Carlin explains masterful new icon of Vietnamese martyr J-P Mauro - published on 05/16/21 Carlin expressed how the stories of the martyrs "haunt" him and inspire his faith and art. The Catholic artistic tradition is filled with masterpieces from the greatest painters mankind has to offer. These masters … Continue reading Modern Art for a Modern Martyr

The Music of Eternity

Click the link to learn more, readers! French nuns record thousands of hours of Gregorian chant for new app J-P Mauro - published on 03/02/21 The Neumz app compiles every Catholic chant of the 3-year liturgical calender. A community of Benedictine nuns from France are using their God-given talents to spread their love of Gregorian chant. … Continue reading The Music of Eternity