Fr. John Domin

1923 - 2017


Resurrection Church

Tualitin, OR

Tue  6/13 10:30 am


The links below are resources well worth exploring because of their fine sacred art, book or manuscript collections, or because of the services they provide for artists, architects, or parishes.


Anastasis Studio of Iconography, established by Mary Kitsilometes, is "steeped in the Byzantine tradition and devoted to the beauty and truth of the icon".


Arca Artium or "Ark of the Arts" contains books, prints, art objects, and music exemplifying the interplay of divine inspiration and human creativity, from the collection of Frank Kacmarcik, a Benedictine Oblate at St. John’s Abbey.


Christians in the Visual Arts, (CIVA), the premiere visual arts organization connecting the artist, the Church, and culture, exists to explore and nurture the relationship between the visual arts and the Christian faith.


EnVisionChurch is a global community interested in liturgy, spirituality, sacred art and architecture, church construction or renovation.


Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, located at St. John's University, in Collegeville, MN with Arca Artium, is the world's leader in the photographic preservation of manuscripts.  There are more than 115,000 complete manuscripts.


Imago Dei has an active faith-based community which "exists to help artists ... grow in what it means to abide abundantly and unabashedly in their expression of God’s creative image".


These sites include the sacred art of Chuck Lehman: Sacred art of Chuck Lehman: broadsides and books, calligraphy and graphic art.


Mount Angel Abbey Library, designed by world renowned architect, Alvar Aalto, has a collection of 250,000 books, videos, CDs, manuscripts and incunabula.


Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) is the world's first museum of interfaith contemporary art. Officially opened in 1993, MOCRA is dedicated to the ongoing dialogue between contemporary artists and the world's faith traditions.


The Scriptural Stations of the Cross created by Lynne Kiefer have been installed at Our Lady of Guadalupe Trappist Abbey, in Oregon.  Lynne’s remarkable story about her commitment to religious art is included along with the amazing images of her art.








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