- Sep 20, 2020
Real-world debates permeate this year’s Venice Biennale on architecture, from commemorating spaces once part of the U.S. slave trade to maintaining the delicate status quo at religious sites in the Holy Land.
If there’s a feminist figure from the Bible for the #MeToo era, it could very well be Mary Magdalene.
A Vatican exhibit on reimagining the chapel at a world renowned architecture festival in Venice is the latest chapter in the rocky marriage between art and faith, according to Italian Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi.
Two cardinals who head Vatican departments said that when talking about reform in and of the Church, it’s easy to get lost in the details and miss the big picture.
The Church should not fear to go outside itself, says Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi ahead of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Vatican exhibit in New York.
Roman artist Jacopo Cardillo chipped away the clothing on his earlier statue of Pope emeritus Benedict XVI, not to be mocking, but to make him “even more human.”