Angelus News | October 19, 2018

Vol. 3 | No. 35

Renaissance artist Annibale Carracci’s 1584 painting, “The Baptism of Christ,” is one example of Catholic art produced to inspire souls during a time of upheaval and confusion in the Church. In this week’s cover story on page 10, art historian Elizabeth Lev reflects on how tough times have led Christian artists to use beauty to propose the truth to a world that often still struggles to accept it.

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