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PRAY (with border) 8x10 print by Teresa Kogut.

Wall Art | Wall Decor| Angel | PRAY | 8x10 print | Teresa Kogut

The Miraculous Responsory of Saint Anthony | Vultus Christi

Anthony of Padua is right up there probably in the top 10 of most popular Catholic saints. Growing up in the largely-Portuguese city of .

"Madonna and Child Jesus" (detail) by Fra Angelico, ca. 1438. A detail of Fra Angelico's great work, the fresco altarpiece for the Friary of San Marco, in Florence.

Fra Angelico - Detail of the Christ Child from the Madonna delle Ombre. "The more you honor Me, the more I will bless you." Infant Jesus of Prague

The Madonna of the Book, 1483    Sandro Botticelli

Sandro Botticelli (Alessandro Filipepi), Madonna and Child (Madonna col Bambino), also called Madonna of the Book (Madonna del Libro) (detail),

Sandro Botticelli ( 1445-1510 ) , Madonna and Child

Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist, Detail of the Madonna and Child

Sandro Botticelli (Italian artist, Madonna and Child with St. John the Baptist, detail of the Madonna and Child

The Announciation, Fra Angelico, 1437-1446, Convent of San Marco, Florence, Christmas in Art

The Announciation, Fra Angelico, 1437-1446, Convent of San Marco, Florence, Christmas in Art

"Remember when you leave this Earth, you can take nothing with you, nothing that you have received, only what you have given: A Heart enriched by Honest Service, Love, Sacrifice, and Courage" St Francis of Assisi

“Remember that when you leave this earth, you can take with you nothing that have received—only what you have given.” — Saint Francis of Assisi (painting by Giotto in the Basilica of St. Francis crypt in Assisi, Italy)

Mural depicting the Virgin Mary inside the Catedral de Cordoba.

Mural depicting the Virgin Mary inside the Catedral de Cordoba Photograph - Mural depicting the Virgin Mary inside the Catedral de Cordoba Fine Art Print

Nossa Senhora do Perpétuo Socorro

~ Theotokos of Vladimir. My favorite icon of the Theotokos. The tradition is that St Luke the Evangelist painted this icon.

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