May 6th, 2020 | Season 4 | 35 mins 32 secs
anthony d'ambrosio, architecture, art, ave maria press, catholic, catholic creatives, catholicism, design, faith, katie prejean mcgrady, sherwood fellows
Art and creativity are the driving forces behind Anthony D’Ambrosio’s writing and his consulting business. The poet and designer is the cofounder of Catholic Creatives, an international community of artists who want to bring about a new renaissance of beauty within the Church. D’Ambrosio believes even if they don’t realize it, all people are creative and pursue creative work.
April 29th, 2020 | Season 4 | 22 mins 23 secs
animation, architecture, art, ave maria press, catholic, disney, fabiola garza, katie prejean mcgrady, magic kingdom
Fabiola Garza, author of The Boy Who Would be Pope and an artist for Disney, shares how her Catholic faith influences her work. Garza shares how her identity as a Catholic gives life to all she does, both professionally and personally.
April 24th, 2020 | Season 4 | 27 mins 42 secs
architecture, art, artists, artists way, ave explores, ave maria press, catholicism, christine paintner, katie prejean mcgrady
Christine Valters Paintner is a Catholic author and online abbess at the Abbey for the Arts, a virtual monastery offering classes and resources on contemplative practice and creative expression. She explains how we are called to see ourselves as artists in the world, not because we have marketable talents, but because the Lord is inviting us to create. Paintner explores how God surprises us with art in every form.
April 22nd, 2020 | Season 4 | 29 mins 53 secs
architecture, art, art history, ave maria press, catholicism, katie prejean mcgrady, liz lev, rome
Elizabeth Lev, an art historian, author, tour guide, and college professor living in Rome, shares how art—especially the art of the Church—is the ultimate path to understanding what we believe and helps us see the continuity of the faith throughout history. Lev explains how art ultimately invites us to be drawn into its beauty and to contemplation of the divine.
April 15th, 2020 | Season 4 | 31 mins 20 secs
architecture, art, ave maria press, catholicism, history, katie prejean mcgrady, mike aquilina
Mike Aquilina, bestselling and award-winning author of A History of the Church in 100 Objects, relates how Catholics are a sacramental people, and objects such as the chains of St. Peter and the dome of the basilica named for him are significant to our understanding of faith. Aquilina also shares how ancient locations central to Christianity’s early development have helped him grow his love for the Lord.