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Curator’s Corner: Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, St. Louis

By Terrence Dempsey, SJ, and David Brinker Visual Art

From the beginning, I wanted to challenge people’s ideas about what religious art could be, to stretch categories and ways of thinking, to show that the artists of our time continue to engage in meaningful dialogue with the great faith traditions—and also that this art is in dialogue with the present moment. It’s unafraid to ask, “Who is my neighbor?”  

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Curator’s Corner: Bridge Projects, Los Angeles

By Cara Megan Lewis and Linnéa Spransy Visual Art

It seems to me that in displaying the profound aesthetic, cultural, and spiritual beauty of a common bequest like trees, we are moved to value them more and to experience an awe that humbles and amazes—something that makes us more respectful participants in the natural world.

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Stories Don’t Halt at Borders

By Dua Abbas Rizvi Visual Art

Nanto never ran out of stories. She would tell us stories of prophets in the desert, how people tried to scheme against them, how they were always too clever for the tricks or were helped by God in some magnificent manner.

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