Sacred Sites of Notre Dame: Basilica of the Sacred Heart

Posted by Isaac Garcia on Feb 23, 2021 11:19:45 AM

“Papa, what’s that fancy church?”

My toddler likes to look at pictures of our wedding, especially as a stalling tactic ahead of naps and bedtime.

“That’s a very special church at Notre Dame, where Mama and Papa went to school. That’s also where Mama and Papa got married.”

“Oh. I like that special church.”


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Topics: Congregation of Holy Cross, Notre Dame, pilgrimage, sacred architecture, basilica of the sacred heart

Exploring Art and Architecture with Katie Prejean McGrady

Posted by The Editors on Apr 14, 2020 11:44:46 AM

We asked author and international Catholic speaker Katie Prejean McGrady to tell us a little bit about her upcoming online series from Ave Maria Press called Ave Explores: Art and Architecture. Her descriptions paint a picture of a program offering a rich and enriching experience of one of Christianity’s greatest traditions—its artistic heritage. 

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Topics: art, Christian art, sacred architecture, Ave Maria Press

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