The only really effective apologia for Christianity comes down to two arguments, namely, the saints the Church has produced and the art which has grown in her womb.

Cardinal Ratzinger, The Ratzinger Report

Our mission is to create and provide beautiful art in our communities as a way of celebrating human dignity and cultivating a culture of life. We are working to erect new sculptures and murals in well-trafficked public areas, and to serve our neighbors by beautifying non-traditional art spaces, such as prisons, homeless shelters, and hospitals.

We bring art to people and people to art. We aim to create art in such ways and places that it will engage people daily, that it will be a part of life, and not an escape from life. Our public works strive to celebrate the good and the true, and to call us, as individuals and communities, to contemplation and virtue.

We do not make “art for art’s sake,” but always art for Truth’s sake, for our neighbor’s sake, and for God’s sake. As such, we strive for the highest quality in our works, which are designed and accomplished in collaboration with master artists. Our projects serve people and communities by providing meaningful encounters with works of art that elevate and inspire, that celebrate the good, the true, the beautiful, and the holy.