Saving Grace

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Saving Grace may refer to:

Religion[edit]

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

Film[edit]

  • Saving Grace (1985 film), a film based on a novel by Celia Gittelson about a Pope traveling incognito and ending up involved with the people of a small village
  • Saving Grace (1998), a Canadian film starring C. Ernst Harth and Ellie Harvie about a naive and disfigured man who risks his life for love
  • Saving Grace (1998 film), a New Zealand film based on a play by Duncan Sarkies about two lovers, one of whom claims to be Christ
  • Saving Grace (2000 film), a British film about a woman who, after her husband commits suicide, begins cultivating marijuana to pay her debts
  • Saving Grace (2008 film), a film based on a Connie Stevens screenplay about the 1951 Missouri River flood

Music[edit]

  • Saving Grace, former name of Canadian country music duo now known as One More Girl
  • "Saving Grace" (song), a 2006 single by Tom Petty
  • "Saving Grace", a song by Bob Dylan from Saved (1980)
  • "Saving Grace", a song by Everlast
  • "Saving Grace", a song by Christian female group Point of Grace
  • "Saving Grace", a song by The Cranberries from Bury the Hatchet (1999)
  • "Saving Grace", a song by The Pretenders from the album Loose Screw (2002)
  • "Saving Grace", a metal band from New Zeland

Television[edit]

  • Saving Grace (TV series), a 2007 television series airing on TNT starring Holly Hunter, about a police detective given a chance at redemption by an angel