Catholicism: The Pivotal Players - St. Francis of Assisi | WVIA

Catholicism: The Pivotal Players - St. Francis of Assisi

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Travel with Bishop Robert Barron as he studies some of the greatest works of art in the world. From the magnificent David in Florence to the unparalleled paintings in the Sistine Chapel to the haunting Piet in Rome, Michelangelo's legacy reveals the creative potential of the human spirit and shows that beauty is a route of access to the transcendent.

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