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Extent: Paperback

Pages: 22

Size: 7 x 0.2 x 9.8 inches

Publisher: Liturgy Training Publications

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Letter to Artists

by Pope John Paul II

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This is Pope John Paul II's Easter 1999 letter to church artists, musicians, and architects. Here he invites all artists to use their creativity to serve both the church and the world. In these pages you will find a discussion of the vocation of artists, an explorartion of how art and the Word intersect, a brief history of the use of art in worship, and more. For study, for inspiration and for reflection, this book belongs in the library of all building or renovation committee members, parish environment and art committee members, liturgy committee members, musicians, performing arts groups and anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of the profound relationship between art and worship.

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