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Only In Print: Artists Talk About What’s in Store for the Future of Catholic Art

Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs sees changes ahead in how artists receive their training. (Photo: Courtesy of Gwyneth Thompson-Briggs)

Some of the most beautiful art in the world can be found in churches, and much of it is created by artists who are Catholic. These artists incorporate their faith into every brushstroke in an effort to bring biblical figures to life.

Many of them view their work as evangelical in nature — an effort to bring Catholics closer to their faith or…

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