Far beneath the headlines are incredible stories of Faith.
These are the stories of the Catholic Church.
They’re found in the back alleys of the South Bronx. The slums of Calcutta. The jungles of Ecuador. The ghettos of Rome...
They’re found everywhere a person is living out their Faith.
There are acts of heroic virtue, self-sacrificing love, and joyful celebrations of the great Tradition that has been handed down from Christ to the Apostles.
These stories matter.
They present the truth of what the Catholic Faith really is. They transcend politics and culture, and they’re not abstract.
They’re beauty defined in a world that’s forgotten what true beauty is.
I invite you to join me as I endeavor to discover what the life and mission of the Church looks like today.
The Faith is as alive today as it was 2000 years ago when Jesus walked the dusty streets of Jerusalem.
And that’s where Faith has always lived.
Not confined to a building.
At street level.
Jeffrey Bruno is an award winning photojournalist and creative director focusing on the mission and beauty of the Catholic Church around the globe.
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