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Meditations on Vatican Art

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Quick Overview

Meditations on Vatican Art allows you to deepen your relationship with God as you reflect on art from the Vatican collections and pray the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. Fr. Mark Haydu, International Coordinator of the Patrons of the Arts in the Vatican Museums, serves as the spiritual guide for this exquisite collection of art, contemplation, and prayer. The book follows the four categories of the Ignatian Exercises: 1) Creation, 2) Sin, 3) Jesus Christ, and 4) Resurrection.

 Each day of prayer includes:

  • Vatican Art image with a poetic overview and short descriptive background information about the art
  • Scripture passage
  • Reflection on the art image and scripture passage
  • Concluding prayer
  • Reflective questions for the reader to ponder or use as writing prompts 

Create your own retreat with these 28 days of prayer or feast on their beauty as time allows. A rich treasury of art and spirituality for all those seeking to grow in their experience of God.



About the Author

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 writes weekly art-themed reflections for Liguori's Sunday Bulletin and eBulletin products. Fr. Haydu offers an expertise in spiritual direction and in the Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, in addition to his 20-plus years of communicating faith through art and images. He holds a bachelor degree and licentiate degree in both Theology and Philosophy from the Pontifical Athenaeum Regina Apostolorum in Rome.

Product Details

Series No
Product Code 824104
ISBN 9780764824104
Digital ISBN No
Publish Date Nov 1, 2013
Pages 216
Size 10 x 10
Weight 2.2000
Case Quantity (Print) No
Product Type Hardcover

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