Painting of the Resurrection by Ron DiCianni

( – 3-27-2012 – into by Staff – Ron DiCianni has painted a mural of the Resurrection of our Lord that will be displayed in the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, TX.  Like Michelangelo, Ron has used his God-given talent to take the words right off the pages of the Bible and turn them into beautiful art, thereby giving us the ability to see and better understand what our God has done for us. 

Not only can Ron express this in his art, but in this short video he verbally gives us a better understanding of this moment in time.  May God richly bless him with success in promoting his work of glorifying our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

3 thoughts on “Painting of the Resurrection by Ron DiCianni

  1. Of whom was I thinking when, as a freezing, child, I lay in the crib, if not of you? Why as an infant was my family homeless and refugees in Egypt, except to give you a home forever. What do you think I spoke about on the mount of transfiguration with Moses and Elijah, if not of my love for you? For whom did I ask my Father for signs, work miracles, calm the storm, and raise the dead if not to give you faith? Why do you think I left you My Church and Sacraments? So you can know me and grow in holiness. Why do you think I give you my body and blood in the Eucharist, if not to be with you and in you always? For who’s sake did I suffer die on the cross, if not because I love you? And my divinity and the embrace of my Father: for whom did I leave these if not for you? Do you ever forget that every hair on your head has been counted, that your every thought and feeling is important to me, that I love you with an endless love, forever, just because you are you.

    EDITOR:  How beautiful!  Thank you.

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