Spotlight: A rare bible, stained glass art & Michelangelo

    In this week’s episode, a rare book at Concordia seminary, find out what was discovered in the margins; an art form designed to inspire spirituality, meet the group in Kirkwood creating these designs; plus peaceful projects that are meant to help you let go, how a muralist found this new passion; then, a Washington University professor and Michelangelo expert talks about the artist’s final years; and a song from the 2022 Arts and Faith concert performed by the Interfaith Youth Chorus.

    A Rare Bible Kept in St. Louis
    A bible owned by composer J.S. Bach is part of the rare book collection at Concordia Seminary. 

    Stained Glass Art
    Stained glass art inspires prayer, thought and meditation. Meet a group of artisans who see their art as being inspired by a higher power.

    Artistic Labyrinths
    Muralist Robert Fishbone has found a new passion, designing and creating labyrinths.

    First Person One on One: Michelangelo, God’s Architect
    William Wallace, a Washington University Professor and expert on Michelangelo discusses his seventh book on the artist, covering the last 20 years of his life.

    All We Believe Performed by the Interfaith Youth Chorus
    See the full Arts & Faith 2022: Faith into Action here