Mary of Nazareth: The Life of Our Lady in Pictures
Author: Donald H. Calloway
Number Of Pages: 125
Publisher: Ignatius Press
Release Date: 02-11-2014
Based on the highly successful theatrical motion picture, this beautiful volume combines inspiring commentary and meditations by the very popular Marian priest, Fr. Donald Calloway, with over 65 lovely photos from the movie. The insightful text and captivating pictures tell the moving story of the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, from childhood through the Resurrection of her son, Jesus Christ.
Acclaimed for the beauty of its stunning photography, the film Mary of Nazareth won high praise from both attendees and film reviewers. One film reviewer, commenting on the beauty of the photography, stated that "It seemed to me to be a living, moving Caravaggio painting―with its rich color palette and the subtle interplay of light and shadows." This book captures that deep beauty of the film images with its many striking photos.
Fr. Calloway, a Marian scholar well-known for his great love of Our Lady who has written extensively about her, presents in this volume short but profound insights and meditations about Mary, her unique life, her deep relationship with Jesus Christ, her special role in the story of salvation, and her importance to all Christians.
This book is a wonderful companion volume to the DVD of the popular film, as well as a work that will bring inspiration and insight to all readers about the mysterious life of love, faith and sacrifice of the woman God chose to be the Mother of the Savior of mankind, Mary of Nazareth.
“Mary of Nazareth is the woman of a full and total ‘Here I am” to the Divine Will. In her ‘yes’, even when faced with the sorrow of the loss of her Son, we find complete and profound beatitude.”
- Pope Benedict XVI
Package Dimensions: 11.0 x 8.6 x 0.7 inches
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