We are taking the next few episodes of the show to discuss each of the great men and women featured in Word on Fire's epic new film series, CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players. This episode covers Michelangelo Buonarroti. A figure whose first name evokes an instant connection to the West's most famous artworks, Michelangelo, we hear from Bishop Barron, ought also bring to mind a wonderfully rich theological connection, which The Artist expressed beautifully through his predominantly Catholic subject matter. Our listener question of the day asks Bishop Barron about how the human imagination can be useful in evangelization.
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Topics Discussed 1:00 - Bishop Barron discusses his recent pastoral adventures 3:30 - What does an ancient monk have to do with Michelangelo? 5:45 - Who is Michelangelo Buonarotti? 9:27 - What is the Pietà? 13:22 - What is the biblical significance of the "David" statue? 20:19 - What is the theology behind the Sistine Chapel paintings? 27:19 -How does creating artwork make Michelangelo a pivotal player? 29:54 - Listener Question: How is the use of the human imagination effective in evangelization? Bonus Resources Calendar and Prayer Cards Pivotal Players Calendar
(Bishop Barron) Pivotal Players Prayer Cards
(Bishop Barron) Books Praying with the Pivotal Players
(Bishop Barron) Study Guides CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players - Leader's Guide
(Bishop Barron) CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players - Study Guide
(Bishop Barron) CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players - Leaders Kit
(Bishop Barron) DVDs CATHOLICISM: The Pivotal Players
(Bishop Barron) Videos Michelangelo Trailer
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