FriarArt

We invite you to join Fr. Michael Reyes, OFM, on this part history-part spiritual reflection series as we journey through some of history’s greatest compositions and their masters.

Fr. Michael finds deeper meaning in these works, using artistic process to connect art to a deeper spiritual meaning.

“Paintings challenge and inspire; they offer faith and life lessons without saying a word. With art, you can reach out to everyone, no matter their cultural and educational background or what language they speak.” Each month we will send new Friar Art reflections to your inbox- each featuring different masterpieces and meditations that bring art alive in our daily live.

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FriarArt: Season 1

Join Fr. Michael as he examine the materials, scale and meaning behind Michelangelo’s famous Pieta, located at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.

FriarArt: Season 3

Discover the history behind Hokusai’s iconic “The Great Wave” and how it has influenced the work of many great artists throughout history.
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FriarArt: Season 2

Join Fr. Michael this Holy Week as he examines multiple paintings by James Tissot, Vilhelm Hammershoi and Jean Francois Millet.

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Join Fr. Michael Reyes, OFM, on this part history-part spiritual reflection series as we journey through some of history’s greatest compositions and their masters. 

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