This is the most thorough and complete presentation yet of how to follow the Way of Beauty, how to teach others how to do it too and to transform the culture in the process!
Includes detailed material available for the first and not available anywhere else.
I am now delighted to offer for the first time an online course in the Way of Beauty TM, SM for credit. It is my most thorough and deepest exploration yet of the theology and philosophy of the topics that I cover in my blog. Did you know why icons are not the only or the highest form of sacred art in the Catholic tradition? And that the theology that establishes this came from a ninth century Byzantine saint who is venerated by Eastern Christians? What did Newman say is the most important feature of a successful educational institution? (Clue: it’s not the curriculum, or the quality of the teachers or the teaching methods used.) Topics in this course include:
- the glory of the figurative artistic traditions of the Church (and the lack of it in those that reflect modern philosophy),
- traditional harmony and proportion in art, architecture and patterned art,
- and through these we demonstrate the connection between our worship in the liturgy and the forms contemporary culture in the broadest sense of the word, which incorporates all human activity.
- A course for teachers, homeschoolers, parents, educators, artist, architects and anyone interested in a beautiful culture.
You will get 25 credit hours continuing education credit, accredited by Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. The cost is just $99. We have set this price so that it is within the budget of all.
This course is a unique presentation of the Way of BeautyTM, SM– the via pulchritudis – that leads us to Beauty itself and is itself Beautiful. What is presented here is simultaneously traditional, and radical and revolutionary. Most of the written material provided was created especially for this course and not available in this detail or in such a coherent and integrated presentation anywhere else, not even my blog or my books or past articles.
You will get 25 credit hours continuing education credit, accredited by Thomas More College of Liberal Arts. The cost is just $99.