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Sacred art on our doorstep Londoners!

I received a newsletter from Radiant Light this evening. In it they request that Elizabeth Wang’s exhibition be advertised far and wide. Do follow the link above to be inspired and moved by such beautiful Sacred art. (I am, at present, awaiting a a response from Radiant Light in order to use the photographs of the paintings on 1catholicsalmon. I would just love to share some of my favourite paintings on this platform.)

On the above website, you will find notes that accompany the art work. These can be used to teach about Christ. Well worth a look.

So please read here:

An exhibition of both new and well-known pictures by Catholic artist Elizabeth Wang takes place in central London this summer. Entitled “In the Light of His Glory”, the exhibition takes place at:

The French Church, 5 Leicester Place, WC2H7BX (just off Leicester Square, near the main Häagen-Dazs Cafe),

from 18th June to 16th September 2012.

Notre Dame, 5 Leicester Place London

The church is open every day from 9am to 9pm. everyone’s welcome, and entrance is free. The pictures illustrate Christian themes in striking contemporary imagery, and touch on subjects such as prayer, holiness, suffering,the love of Christ, the Eucharist, and the Glory of God. They should inspire and encourage those searching for a deeper faith. Visit the Radiant Light website for further details.

Saturday 28th September – A Radiant Light Afternoon

On Saturday 28th Sept, beginning at 2pm, there is an afternoon event in the French Church. This includes a time of prayer and reflection, a guided meditation on each of the images, the celebration of Holy Mass, and some social time afterwards. All are welcome; no tickets are required. This is a wonderful opportunity for people who have been interested in Radiant Light to come together in prayer, and it should be a helpful and inspiring time for anyone seeking to deepen their faith.

(NB: Allow extra time to travel because of the Paralympics!)

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