TCC Video: How a Screenprinting Nun Changed the Course of Modern Art

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Sister Mary Corita Kent

During the 1960s, a Catholic nun named Sr. Mary Corita Kent transformed a tiny art department in a Hollywood Catholic school into a global center for design and printmaking. Her art, which has often been compared to Andy Warhol, changed the course of modern art. Watch a video about her work from Gizmodo after the jump:

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An Ordinary Purpose

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Sr. Tommie and Cassie

Cassie Herman Kralovec writes of her year living with elderly nuns in NYC after graduating from the University of Notre Dame. She writes, “The meaning in my experience [was] quiet and humble, born of God’s inscrutable design.” Read it in The Notre Dame Magazine here: An Ordinary Purpose

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