Part of the charm of the Saint was his interest in many things seemingly beyond the scope of theology. Everything in life was to him part of his religious experience. Therein probably lay the secret of his appeal. This book takes up the place of Beauty, a philosophy that contributed much to his own faith. To those who must come to God through an appreciation of art this book will make a lasting contribution and for those who argue for Beauty vs. God a sound argument in favor of the Deity.