Wedding Feast of the Lamb


The Wedding Feast of the Lamb  

Our magnificent, one-of-kind original oil painting was blessed on Sunday June 9th, 2024 at the 12:00 noon Mass.  The painting was created by artist Michael Corsini of Pennsylvania. Measuring 7 feet tall by 50 feet wide, the Wedding Feast of the Lamb was painted on five canvas panels which were joined together during installation.

We are offering 12” X 49” limited edition signed prints for purchase. There are only 227 prints available. CLICK HERE to secure your print reservation, or call the parish office at 510-656-2364.


Residing in Northeast Pennsylvania, MICHAEL CORSINI, a husband and father of five, dedicates his life as a full-time Catholic painter, illustrator, and musician, with a BFA from Ringling College of Art and Design and an MTS from the John Paul II Institute in Washington, D.C. He fervently believes in the transformative power of sacred art, emphasizing its prophetic and healing qualities in the Church’s proclamation of the Gospel. His mantra, “the spiritual healing and renewal needed in our time, begins through an encounter with beauty; the kind of beauty that reveals Christ, and allows for Him to do His Work,” encapsulates his mission. Together with his family, they cultivate a small homestead, united in their goal to rejuvenate the Church through the creation of beautiful works of art and music, entrusting their journey to God’s providence.

The Saints in the painting

This flyer shows where the various saints and other figures are in the painting (click to enlarge). There are nearly 60 in all. (A PDF of the full flyer is here.)


Blessing and Reflections

Click on the video below to watch the June 9th, 2024 blessing of the painting and hear comments and reflections from the artist:


In-depth Interviews and Painting Installation

Members of the parish staff, pastoral leadership team, our church renovation contractor, and other parishioners helped Father Anthony and artist Michael Corsini (in the blue shirt) install the completed painting on the back wall of the church. Click on the video below to see the painting being installed.  The video includes an in-depth interview with the artist about the creation and meaning of the painting:

Members of our church helped with the installation so it would be ready for the 227th anniversary of the Mission and its blessing on June 9th, 2024.