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by Courtney Mares Vatican City, Jun 2, 2020 / 03:01 am MT (CNA).- The Vatican Museums reopened Monday revealing newly restored frescoes in the Raphael Rooms depicting scenes from early Church history to the public. “Today is a way that we can in some way share [beauty] with the entire

Photo courtesy of the Diocese of Fargo.
by Perry West Denver Newsroom, May 7, 2020 / 06:01 pm MT (CNA).- A young Catholic artist has drawn an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary on her parents’ driveway bringing religious art to her local community during the quarantine. The Diocese of Fargo posted on Facebook May 4 an

Congratulations to the Seton Art Students who have been recognized as 2019 Scholastic Art Winners. Check out the Art Gallery: Congratulations to the Elder High School Art Students who were recognized in the 2020 Regional Scholastic Art Competition. Check out the Art Gallery:

Long-time Friends Team Up to Write and Illustrate Children’s Book, The Cliff By Rebecca Sontag The Cliff, written by Mark Phillips and illustrated by Terri Hamlin, is a lovely allegorical tale rife with valuable lessons for the choosing. An old man finds himself a modest home perched high upon a

The Elder Art Department participated again this year in the Holiday on the Hill Painting Contest. This year’s painting contest theme was “Holiday Traditions” and the painting is located at Warsaw Federal. Elder’s window won 1st place in the high school category.

Updated Monday April 17, 2017: Michael Glass’s compleded artwork the Risen Christ is adorning the 100 E 8th St. Window. Updated Saturday April 15, 2017 Work has begun by Michael Glass on the display window at the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Though a bit of a rain delay, Glass expects several

University of Dayton students and faculty transformed reclaimed stained glass windows from the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception into new works of art that communicate what the University’s Marianist identity and community mean to them. Living Glass: Sustaining Memory Through Light runs Feb. 29 to March 17 in Gallery 249 on