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Art Prayer

Icons to draw seminarians into deeper life of prayer

Six new icons will soon watch over the Blessed Sacrament inside Brisbane’s Holy Spirit Provincial Seminary’s oratory as part of a new installation. Source: The Catholic Leader.

Art Vatican

Visitors get backstage pass to discoveries of the Vatican Museums

The Vatican Museums has launched an initiative to give visitors – online and in person – a “backstage” peek into the secrets, curiosities and insights discovered by their art restorers. Source: OSV News.


How good art leads people to the truth of God

What has art to do with culture? Should the Church be concerned with art and beauty when there is so much else to attend to? And why does some modern art seem so ugly? These were some of the questions posed at a recent God and Beer event in Melbourne. Source: Melbourne Catholic.

Art In The Dioceses

Icons series highlights family focus of the Catholic faith

The Sts Peter and Paul’s Old Cathedral in Goulburn has unveiled a new collection of icons known as the “Way of the Family” ahead of its inaugural fundraising gala. Source: The Catholic Weekly.

Art In The Dioceses

Isolation and loneliness brushed away at parish’s art class

An art program at a Sydney Catholic parish is fostering connections between young adults and seniors from multicultural communities who are facing isolation and loneliness. Source: The Catholic Weekly.


Ava brushes aside the competition to take out top award

A Perth Catholic school student has won the top prize and a people’s choice award in a statewide annual art event for students. Source: The Record.

Art People

Rock stars commemorate bond between their ancestors and Jesuits

Emerging Ngadjuri artists Adam and Elley Warrior have painted one of two huge rocks at Sevenhill winery, in South Australia’s Clare Valley, to commemorate the deep bond between the Jesuits and their own ancestors. Source: Australian Jesuits. 


Reimagining Ministerial Women for the 21st century

One of the highlights of the blessing and opening of the newly renovated Sisters of the Good Samaritan Congregational Centre in Glebe recently was the unveiling of a series of specially commissioned artworks, The Ministerial Women, by Terry St Ledger. Source: The Good Oil.