All creation reflects the mind and the beauty of God. Take a moment to enter, heart and mind, into the supernatural beauty of sacred art. You’ll find original art by members of our community, as well as scholarship about the singular importance of the Catholic artistic tradition.
When a church dons images that point to the divinity of Christ, the very walls sermonize Christ’s presence and salvation.
Sacred art doesn’t always speak with words. Mostly, it tells the story of who we are, and our relationship to the Divine in symbols, colors, forms, shapes, and spaces. These stories grant a voice to painted figures, walls, and even shafts of light.
In the sanctuary of the abbey church of St. Michael’s Abbey can be found a portal to the hidden hilltop of Tepeyac in the heart of Mexico. In this little chapel one can still witness that mystical scene in which Our Lady, appearing to Juan Diego, filled his tilma with heavenly roses.