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Number of Pages: 208
Vendor: Liguori Publications
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 10.00 X 10.00 (inches)|
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Open your heart to the presence of angels, Gods holy messengers and protectors. In Meditations on Vatican Art: Angels, you can reflect on stunning depictions from the Vatican Museums and contemplate angelic encounters in Scripture.
Following his acclaimed first book, Fr. Mark Haydu, international coordinator of the Patrons of the Arts of the Vatican Museums, serves once again as your spiritual guide for a breathtaking journey through time, meditation, and the Vatican art collections.
Meditations on Vatican Art: Angels offers you a deeper understanding of your own spiritual journey as you follow Fr. Haydus explanation of the battle between the fallen angels and the faithful angels and God sending His angels to watch over you. The books splendid reproductions of major works represent ancient through contemporary periods in art.
Each days meditation includes a:
- Unique image with descriptive and contextual background about the artist and the work
- Relevant and insightful passage from Scripture
- Reflection on the meaning of the work with questions to ponder
Contemplate the 34 meditations in this hardbound book as the Holy Spirit inspires or use them to create a retreat for yourself or a group. Let Meditations on Vatican Art: Angels open your heart and help you become aware of angels existence and their desire to keep you from harm and guide you to God.
Mark Haydu, LC, is the national chaplain of the Lumen Institute. He also serves as special advisor to the international director of the Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, a position in which he previously served. He is the author of Meditations on Vatican Art and Meditations on Vatican Art: Angels and currently writes weekly art-themed reflections for Liguori's Sunday Bulletin and eBulletin products. He holds a bachelor degree and licentiate degree in both Theology and Philosophy from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome.