Tue., Apr. 9, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Prog. Bldg.
Led by Roz Hoagland.
Register online, email ap@uucf.org or stop by the Adult Programs table in the Commons after services.

Western religious art is filled with images of a vast number of saints. Visiting the Renaissance section of the National Gallery and trying to identify the people in the paintings can be a challenge. Over the centuries, artists developed formulas to portray individual saints. They are often shown holding objects associated with their lives or deaths. In this class, we’ll examine an alphabetic roll call of almost 40 of the most important and frequently pictured saints, hear their stories and find out how to identify them.