Theology in Art: The Tale of Two Michelangelos: Caravaggio and BuonarrotTuesday | 12:00 PM - 12:00 AM (30/07/2019) , Duration: 24:00 Place: Holy Trinity Catholic Church
For nearly two millennia, the Church has communicated the mysteries of the Faith through the transcendentals of beauty, truth and goodness. Visual art, such as that produced by Renaissance and Baroque masters, were crucial in catechizing generations of the faithful by capturing the imagination with beauty in order to communicate dogmatic truth and the moral goodness it requires. Not only were Michelangelo Caravaggio and Michelangelo Buonarroti technical masters of artistic form - their art was deeply theological. Both artists had a firm grasp of the Faith and communicated it in ways not always easily discerned by the modern eye.
- Caravaggio: Tuesday, July 16, 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm
- Buonarroti: Tuesday, July 30 1:00 pm & 7:00 pm
Fr. Jerome A. Magat, PSS Fr. Magat is a doctoral student in moral theology at the Accademia Alfonsiana (Lateran University) in Rome. The son of a Holy Trinity parishioner and a former parochial vicar of Fr. VanderWoude, he is an occasional visiting priest at the parish.