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Giotto’s “Entry into Jerusalem”

(3:37) – Palm Sunday is a day of high emotions, teetering on the edge between happiness and heartbreak. Giotto’s Entry into Jerusalem from the Scrovegni Chapel… is a scene of contradictions.  READ MORE

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Morgner’s “Entry of Christ into Jerusalem”

(3:13) –  Wilhelm Morgner’s Entry of Christ into Jerusalem is… more of a meditation than a narrative depiction of the events of the Gospel.  READ MORE

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The Passion of Christ in Iconography

(9:05)This video tells the story of the Passion and Crucifixion of Jesus Christ told through Christian iconography, including icons from the Monastery Icons collection (http://monasteryicons.com), as well as icons, frescoes , illuminations and mosaics from the Byzantine churches on Mt. Athos, in Serbia, and medieval churches in Italy and other classical sacred art. The narration is an abridged harmony of the Gospels, read by actor and narrator Alexander Scourby. 

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The Passion of Christ: Art & Religious Symbolism

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Caravaggio’s Denial of St. Peter

(3:02) – One poignant and tragic moment during the arrest of Jesus is Peter’s denial, a moment that is both heartbreaking and familiar. Caravaggio’s The Denial of Saint Peter invites us into this moment with psychological intensity. We meet three characters standing together in the dark of night: a military guard, a maidservant, and Saint Peter himself.  READ MORE

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