Painting the Saints

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October 22 Podcast

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From the archives, Michael O'Neill McGrath, O.S.F.S., widely known as "Brother Mickey," talks about his vocation as a painter and some of his notable works. A portfolio of Brother Mickey's painted mandelas appears in the October 22 issue. Additional paintings by Brother Mickey can be viewed in this slideshow.
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