Art Beauty that saves

The Basilica is committed to the Arts - to move, inspire, and transform individuals and communities through excellence in the arts and creative practices.

The Basilica’s Collections

Painted on canvas and panels, carved in stone and wood our art collection spans five centuries and crosses several continents. Together, these works of art tell the story of our faith community yesterday and today and inspires tomorrow.

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Janet McKenzie: Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

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Lent & Easter Collection

Selected pieces from The Basilica’s collection of Lent and Easter art from around the world.

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Linda McCray

McCray’s boundary-transcending abstract spiritual paintings have been exhibited in the US and England; published in Belgium, Germany, Canada, and the United States; and are in public and private collections.

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Lisa Bierer

The collection of works moves between various, yet harmonious, methods and materials to highlight selections from Scripture and the Eucharistic Prayers.

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Liturgical Vessels

Our liturgical vessels comprise montrances, chalices, ciboriums and patens, both old and new.

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Lucinda Naylor: Stations of the Cross

Stations of the Cross

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Our Lady of Africa

The feast of Our Lady of Africa is celebrated on April 30.

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Our Lady of Ethiopia

Our Lady of Ethiopia was painted on wood by Yilma Woldemdhine in 1990.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

On December 9, 1531 Juan Diego had the first or four visions of a young Aztec princess who appered to him on the Tepeyac Hill outside of Mexico City.

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