“A beautiful piece of classic art reflecting the liturgy for every Sunday and Holy Day; Now Available for sale as one winzip image bundle, available in two sizes.”
This was one of our most favorite projects EVER at Restored Traditions: find a piece of classic art that drives home the message for every single Sunday and Holy Day of obligation in the liturgical year. We used the 1962 Missal for this, also called the Extraordinary Form.
Instead of staying with one artist or style, we gave a variety of genres from the old-school religious art world. We think that there’s really something for everyone in here. Special thanks go out to guys like Michelangelo, Murillo, Tissot, Bloch, iconographers and many more wonderful artists from days gone by that made this Catholic art happen.
Primarily, we drew from the Gospel (Latin Rite) of the day to choose the art image. In some cases, we simply went with the theme of the Sunday (e.g. Palm Sunday); whereas in other cases we drew from the Epistle. The only non-biblical reference was taken from the autobiography of Saint Patrick for his feastday (Holy Day in Ireland). We included art for the Holy Days of obligation as they are observed in more than 10 countries, which should cover almost everything. We also threw in the Feast of Christ the King!
Each image is accompanied with the quote the art is derived from, followed by a brief commentary on the piece. In some cases, the image is only a detail of a larger one you’ll get. Click on the thumbnails to view the full images on their prospective product pages. Scroll to the bottom of this page for the Holy Day & Feast day artwork included in the image bundle.
We’re offering this fantastic art collection for sale in two sizes: One with images meant for web use or small print jobs (like holy cards); the other with larger image files for larger print jobs such as 8x10 or 11x17, but not really beyond that for most of the images.
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First Sunday of Advent
“And then they will see the Son of Man coming upon a cloud with great power and majesty.” Lk 21:27
Artwork: a detail of Christ coming in glory on a cloud at the general judgment (painted by Michelangelo) taken from the Sistine Chapel.
Second Sunday of Advent
“Behold, I send my messenger before thy face, who shall make ready Thy way before Thee.” Mt 11:10
Artwork: Esteban Murillo’s painting of St. John the Baptist, the messenger of God, pointing to Jesus Christ.
Third Sunday of Advent
“And this is the testimony of John, when the Jews sent from Jerusalem priests and Levites to him, to ask him: Who art thou? And he confessed, and did not deny: and he confessed: I am not the Christ.” John 1:19-20
Artwork: Esteban Murillo’s painting of John the Baptist chatting with the pharisees.
Fourth Sunday of Advent
“A voice of one crying in the wilderness: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make straight his paths.” Lk 3:4
Artwork: A 15th century Greek icon displaying St. John the Baptist in the wilderness.
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Sunday after Christmas
“And Simeon blessed them, and said to Mary his mother: Behold this child is set for the fall, and for the resurrection of many in Israel, and for a sign which shall be contradicted; And thy own soul a sword shall pierce, that, out of many hearts, thoughts may be revealed.” Lk 2:34-35
Artwork: A detail from a painting by Fra Angelico where Simeon is holding the Christ child.
Sunday after the Circumcision, The Holy Name of Jesus
“And after eight days were accomplished, that the child should be circumcised, his name was called JESUS, which was called by the angel, before he was conceived in the womb.” Lk 2:21
Artwork: The Adoration of the Holy Name of Jesus by el Greco.
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The Epiphany of Our Lord
“And entering into the house, they found the child with Mary his mother, and falling down they adored him; and opening their treasures, they offered him gifts; gold, frankincense, and myrrh.” Mt 2:11
Artwork: The Adoration of the Magi, or Kings, by Franz Rohden
First Sunday after Epiphany, Feast of the Holy Family
“And it came to pass, that, after three days, they found him in the temple, sitting in the midst of the doctors, hearing them, and asking them questions.” Lk 2:46
Artwork: The Virgin Mary and St. Joseph find the boy Jesus teaching in the temple after looking for Him in Jerusalem for several days—painting by Carl Bloch.
Second Sunday after Epiphany
“This beginning of miracles did Jesus in Cana of Galilee; and manifested his glory, and his disciples believed in him.” John 2:11
Artwork: Painting by Giotto showing the steward tasting the water-made-wine by Jesus at the Cana Wedding.
Third Sunday after Epiphany
“And the centurion making answer, said: Lord, I am not worthy that thou shouldst enter under my roof: but only say the word, and my servant shall be healed.” Mt 8:8
Artwork: A watercolor by James Tissot that shows the Roman Centurion asking Jesus Christ to heal his servant.
Fourth Sunday after Epiphany
“And Jesus saith to them: Why are you fearful, O ye of little faith? Then rising up he commanded the winds, and the sea, and there came a great calm.” Mt 8:26
Artwork: Jesus performs a miracle by commanding the storm on the sea to stop—painting by James Tissot.
Fifth Sunday after Epiphany
“But while men were asleep, his enemy came and oversowed cockle among the wheat and went his way.” Mt 13:25
Artwork: Based off a parable of Jesus, an enemy sows weed seed at night into a field. The field’s owner allows the weeds to grow with the wheat and has the reapers separate them at harvest, which is a representation of how things will go down at the end of the world when the elect will be separated from the damned—painting by James Tissot.
Sixth Sunday after Epiphany
“All these things Jesus spoke in parables to the multitudes: and without parables he did not speak to them. That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying: I will open my mouth in parables, I will utter things hidden from the foundation of the world.” Mt 13:34-35
Artwork: Christ teaches the parables of the mustard seed and the leaven, in reference to the kingdom of heaven. Illustration is Jesus preaching to the multitude by Gustave Dore.
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“Take what is thine, and go thy way: I will also give to this last even as to thee. Or, is it not lawful for me to do what I will? is thy eye evil, because I am good?” Mt 20:14-15
Artwork: A painting by Domenico Fetti showing the parable of the workers in the vineyard. Here we see the master talking to a grumbling worker who thought he should’ve been paid more cash.
“The sower went out to sow his seed. And as he sowed, some fell by the way side, and it was trodden down, and the fowls of the air devoured it. And other some fell upon a rock: and as soon as it was sprung up, it withered away, because it had no moisture. And other some fell among thorns, and the thorns growing up with it, choked it. And other some fell upon good ground; and being sprung up, yielded fruit a hundredfold.” Lk 8:5-8
Artwork: By James Tissot depicting the parable of the man sowing seed, which represents the word of God & how people accept it.
“And Jesus said to him: Receive thy sight: thy faith hath made thee whole. And immediately he saw, and followed him, glorifying God. And all the people, when they saw it, gave praise to God.” Lk 18:42-43
Artwork: While Jesus was on the road to Jericho, a blind man called out for his aid. Jesus performed a miracle and restored the man’s eyesight; painting by Carl Bloch.
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First Sunday of Lent
“Then Jesus saith to him: Begone, Satan: for it is written, The Lord thy God shalt thou adore, and him only shalt thou serve.” Mt 4:10
Artwork: An illustration by Alexandre Bida that shows Satan tempting Christ while He was fasting and praying in the desert. Our Lord tells the devil to hit the road.
Second Sunday of Lent
“And after six days Jesus taketh unto him Peter and James, and John his brother, and bringeth them up into a high mountain apart: And he was transfigured before them. And his face did shine as the sun: and his garments became white as snow.” Mt 17:1-2
Artwork: A painting by Fra Angelico, which shows the Apostles and Prophets who were present at Christ’s miracle of His Transfiguration. In addition, the artist threw in two other Catholic saints on the sides.
Third Sunday of Lent
“And he was casting out a devil, and the same was dumb: and when he had cast out the devil, the dumb spoke: and the multitudes were in admiration at it:” Lk 11:14
Artwork: A watercolor painting by James Tissot that shows Christ exorcising and restoring speech to a man.
Fourth Sunday of Lent
“And Jesus took the loaves: and when he had given thanks, he distributed to them that were set down. In like manner also of the fishes, as much as they would. And when they were filled, he said to his disciples: Gather up the fragments that remain, lest they be lost.” John 6:11-12
Artwork: A Byzantine mosaic that shows the Apostles gathering up the remaining loaves and fishes after Christ performed the miracle of multiplying them for the very large crowd of people.
“Jesus said to them: Amen, amen I say to you, before Abraham was made, I am. They took up stones therefore to cast at him. But Jesus hid himself, and went out of the temple.” John 8:58-59
Artwork: A painting by James Tissot showing the Jews picking up rocks to stone Jesus Christ after He asserts His divinity.
“And a very great multitude spread their garments in the way: and others cut boughs from the trees, and strewed them in the way: And the multitudes that went before and that followed, cried, saying: Hosanna to the son of David: Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord: Hosanna in the highest.” Mt 21:8-9
Artwork: A painting by Giotto showing Christ entering Jerusalem on a donkey with people laying down palms and garments for His path.
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“Who saith to them: Be not affrighted; you seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified: he is risen, he is not here, behold the place where they laid him. But go, tell his disciples and Peter that he goeth before you into Galilee; there you shall see him, as he told you.” Mk 16:6-7
Artwork: Jesus rises from the dead by Carl Bloch
First Sunday after Easter, Low Sunday
“Then he saith to Thomas: Put in thy finger hither, and see my hands; and bring hither thy hand, and put it into my side; and be not faithless, but believing. Thomas answered, and said to him: My Lord, and my God.” John 20:27-29
Artwork: A painting by Carl Bloch showing Thomas the Apostle going to his knees after seeing the resurrected Christ.
Second Sunday after Easter
“I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd giveth his life for his sheep … And other sheep I have, that are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be one fold and one shepherd.” John 10:11,16
Artwork: Christ, the Good Shepherd, finding the lost sheep by Alfred Soord.
Third Sunday after Easter
“A little while, and now you shall not see me; and again a little while, and you shall see me: because I go to the Father.” John 16:16
Artwork: A painting by James Tissot called the Last Discourse of Our Lord to His Apostles.
Fourth Sunday after Easter
“But when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will teach you all truth. For he shall not speak of himself; but what things soever he shall hear, he shall speak; and the things that are to come, he shall shew you. He shall glorify me; because he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it to you.” John 16:13-14
Artwork: A 12th century mosaic called Christ Pantocrator, or Christ the Saviour.
Fifth Sunday after Easter
“And in that day you shall not ask me any thing. Amen, amen I say to you: if you ask the Father any thing in my name, he will give it you. Hitherto you have not asked any thing in my name. Ask, and you shall receive; that your joy may be full. ” John 16:23-24
Artwork: A scene by Giotto from the Last Supper where Christ is teaching His apostles in this Sunday’s Gospel.
Sunday after the Ascension
“But when the Paraclete cometh, whom I will send you from the Father, the Spirit of truth, who proceedeth from the Father, he shall give testimony of me.” John 15:26
Artwork: A Raphael painting that shows Christ glorified in Heaven within the unity of the Holy Trinity (God the Father above, God the Holy Spirit below).
“And there appeared to them parted tongues as it were of fire, and it sat upon every one of them: And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and they began to speak with divers tongues, according as the Holy Ghost gave them to speak.” Acts 2:3-4
Artwork: The descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Virgin Mary and the Apostles.
First Sunday after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday
“Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.” Mt 28:19-20
Artwork: A watercolor painting by James Tissot depicting the ordination of the 12 Apostles when Christ commissions them to convert the world to Christianity.
Second Sunday after Pentecost
“He that hath the substance of this world, and shall see his brother in need, and shall shut up his bowels from him: how doth the charity of God abide in him?” 1 John 3:17
Artwork: Taken from the Epistle of this Sunday, the painting is by Leighton and shows the charity of St. Elizabeth of Hungary (a Queen) giving food to the poor.
Third Sunday after Pentecost
“Or what woman having ten groats; if she lose one groat, doth not light a candle, and sweep the house, and seek diligently until she find it?” Lk 15:8
Artwork: A woman finding a lost drachma (groat) by James Tissot.
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
“And Jesus saith to Simon: Fear not: from henceforth thou shalt catch men. And having brought their ships to land, leaving all things, they followed him.” Lk 5:10-11
Artwork: The calling of the Apostles Peter and Andrew by Christ; painting by Buoninsegna.
Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
“Because the eyes of the Lord are upon the just, and his ears unto their prayers: but the countenance of the Lord upon them that do evil things.” 1 Peter 3:12
Artwork: Taken from this Sunday’s epistle, the image displays a woman kneeling in front of an altar. She prays to the Lord in order that His ears may hear her prayer and that she may be viewed as Just in His sight; painting by Manton.
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
“And taking the seven loaves, giving thanks, he broke, and gave to his disciples for to set before them; and they set them before the people.” Mk 8:6
Artwork: Today’s Gospel is about the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and the fishes, which was a prefiguration of the miracle of transubstantiation of the Hoy Eucharist within the sacrifice of the Mass. The painting by Heem shows the Holy Eucharist in a chalice surrounded by a flower wreath.
Seventh Sunday after Pentecost
“Not every one that saith to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven: but he that doth the will of my Father who is in heaven, he shall enter into the kingdom of heaven.” Mt 7:21
Artwork: A painting by Guercino where Christ is pointing to His Father in heaven.
Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
“And he said also to his disciples: There was a certain rich man who had a steward…” Lk 16:1
Artwork: A watercolor by James Tissot that shows Christ teaching his disciples in parables while travelling on the road.
Ninth Sunday After Pentecost
“And entering into the temple, he began to cast out them that sold therein, and them that bought. Saying to them: It is written: My house is the house of prayer. But you have made it a den of thieves.” Lk 19:45-46
Artwork: Christ cleansing the temple of the money changers; a painting by Giotto.
Tenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And to some who trusted in themselves as just, and despised others, he spoke also this parable: Two men went up into the temple to pray: the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican.” Lk 18:9-10
Artwork: An illustration by Alexandre Bida showing the publican (rear) and Pharisee (front) praying in the temple. The conculsion is that the humble prayer of the publican was justified in the eyes of God, whereas the proud prayer of the pharisee was not.
Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost
“And looking up to heaven, he groaned, and said to him: Ephpheta, which is, Be thou opened. And immediately his ears were opened, and the string of his tongue was loosed, and he spoke right.” Mk 7:34-35
Artwork: An illustration by Alexandre Bida showing Christ healing the deaf man.
Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
“But a certain Samaritan being on his journey, came near him; and seeing him, was moved with compassion. And going up to him, bound up his wounds, pouring in oil and wine: and setting him upon his own beast, brought him to an inn, and took care of him.” Lk 10:33-34
Artwork: A painting by Jacopo Bassano showing the the Good Samaritan picking up the wounded man to place on his horse.
Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And as he entered into a certain town, there met him ten men that were lepers, who stood afar off; And lifted up their voice, saying: Jesus, master, have mercy on us” Lk 17:12-13
Artwork: An 11th century illuminated manuscript showing Christ healing ten lepers. One, a Samaritan, returns to thank Our Lord for the miracle.
Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And they that are Christ’s, have crucified their flesh, with the vices and concupiscences.” Gal 5:24
Artwork: Taken from this Sunday’s Epistle, the painting by Murillo shows St. Francis embracing Christ on the Cross. Saint Francis is an excellent example of one who has crucified his own flesh and belongs to Christ.
Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And he came near and touched the bier. And they that carried it, stood still. And he said: Young man, I say to thee, arise. And he that was dead, sat up, and began to speak. And he gave him to his mother.” Lk 7:14-15
Artwork: An 11th century illuminated manuscript showing Christ raising the widow of Naim’s son from the dead.
Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And behold, there was a certain man before him that had the dropsy. And Jesus answering, spoke to the lawyers and Pharisees, saying: Is it lawful to heal on the sabbath day? But they held their peace. But he taking him, healed him, and sent him away.” Lk 14:2-4
Artwork: An 11th century illuminated manuscript that shows Christ healing the man with dropsy.
Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost
“And one of them, a doctor of the law, asking him, tempting him: Master, which is the greatest commandment in the law? Jesus said to him: Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart, and with thy whole soul, and with thy whole mind.” Mt 22:35-37
Artwork: A watercolor by James Tissot showing the one who stood to tempt to Jesus.
Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“But that you may know that the Son of man hath power on earth to forgive sins, (then said he to the man sick of palsy,) Arise, take up thy bed, and go into thy house. And he arose, and went into his house.” Mt 9:6-7
Artwork: A painting by Esteban Murillo showing the moment when Christ healed the paralytic.
Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“Then the king said to the waiters: Bind his hands and feet, and cast him into the exterior darkness: there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth. For many are called, but few are chosen.” Mt 22:13-14
Artwork: A detail of the General Judgement in the Sistine Chapel, which was painted by Michelangelo. The detail shows a trembling and weeping man who has been condemned to hell, which is referenced at the end of this Sunday’s parable of the King’s wedding feast.
Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
“And there was a certain ruler, whose son was sick at Capharnaum. He having heard that Jesus was come from Judea into Galilee, went to him, and prayed him to come down, and heal his son; for he was at the point of death.” John 4:46-47
Artwork: A painting by James Tissot showing the officer beseeching Jesus to heal his son. Jesus healed him from afar, saying: “Go thy way; thy son liveth.”
Twenty First Sunday after Pentecost
“But when that servant was gone out, he found one of his fellow servants that owed him an hundred pence: and laying hold of him, throttled him, saying: Pay what thou owest. And his fellow servant falling down, besought him, saying: Have patience with me, and I will pay thee all. And he would not: but went and cast him into prison, till he paid the debt.” Mt 18:28-30
Artwork: The servant mentioned previously had just gotten off the hook from a debt he owed his master. Here he is shown laying hands on his fellow servant to pay up. The wicked servant did not extend the same mercy to his peer and, subsequently, was handed over to the torturers; painting by Domenico Fetti.
Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost
“Shew me the coin of the tribute. And they offered him a penny. And Jesus saith to them: Whose image and inscription is this? They say to him: Caesar’s. Then he saith to them: Render therefore to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s; and to God, the things that are God’s.” Mt 22:19-21
Artwork: A painting by Titian that shows the tribute money being shown to Jesus Christ.
Twenty Third Sunday after Pentecost
“He said: Give place, for the girl is not dead, but sleepeth. And they laughed him to scorn. And when the multitude was put forth, he went in, and took her by the hand. And the maid arose.” Mt 9:24-25
Artwork: This beautiful 12th century Byzantine mosaic shows Christ taking the daughter of Jairus by the hand, raising her from death.
Last Sunday after Pentecost
“And he shall send his angels with a trumpet, and a great voice: and they shall gather together his elect from the four winds, from the farthest parts of the heavens to the utmost bounds of them.” Mt 24:31
Artwork: Angels sounding trumpets to gather the elect at the General Judgment. This painting is a detail from the Sistine Chapel, which was painted by Michelangelo.
Christmas, The Nativity of Our Lord
“And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him up in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn.” Lk 2:7
Artwork: A painting of the Nativity by John Copley.
Feast of St. Stephen, Protomartyr
“And they crying out with a loud voice, stopped their ears, and with one accord ran violently upon him. And casting him forth without the city, they stoned him; and the witnesses laid down their garments at the feet of a young man, whose name was Saul. And they stoned Stephen, invoking, and saying: Lord Jesus, receive my spirit. And falling on his knees, he cried with a loud voice, saying: Lord, lay not this sin to their charge. And when he had said this, he fell asleep in the Lord.” Acts 7:56-59
Artwork: A painting by Cortona showing the stoning of Saint Stephen. God watches from heaven and waits for his soul to come to Him.
New Years Day, The Circumcision
“And after eight days were accomplished, that the child should be circumcised, his name was called JESUS, which was called by the angel, before he was conceived in the womb.” Lk 2:21
Artwork: The Presentation in the Temple by Philippe Champaigne.
Feast of St. Patrick, Apostle of Ireland
“According, therefore, to the measure of one’s faith in the Trinity, one should proceed without holding back from danger to make known the gift of God and everlasting consolation, to spread God’s name everywhere with confidence and without fear, in order to leave behind, after my death, foundations for my brethren and sons whom I baptized in the Lord in so many thousands.” Quote taken from the Confession of St. Patrick, Verse 14, which is one of the only surviving documents written by Saint Patrick. Artwork is a 15th century painting that depicts St. Patrick baptizing new converts.
Feast of St. Joseph
“Behold an angel of the Lord appeared in sleep to Joseph, saying: Arise, and take the child and his mother, and fly into Egypt: and be there until I shall tell thee. For it will come to pass that Herod will seek the child to destroy him. Who arose, and took the child and his mother by night, and retired into Egypt: and he was there until the death of Herod.” Mt. 2:13-14
Artwork: Saint Joesph, foster father of Jesus Christ, is shown here holding the Christ child. This beautiful and famous rendition is by Guido Reni.
“And the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God. But they going forth preached everywhere: the Lord working withal, and confirming the word with signs that followed.” Mk 16:19-20
Artwork: The Ascension of Christ into heaven by Garofalo.
Feast of Corpus Christi (Body of Christ)
“For my flesh is meat indeed: and my blood is drink indeed. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, abideth in me, and I in him. As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by the Father; so he that eateth me, the same also shall live by me.” John 6:56-58
Artwork: A painting by Ingres that shows the Blessed Virgin Mary adoring the body and blood of Christ in the Holy Eucharist.
Feast of Apostles Peter and Paul
“And I say to thee: That thou art Peter; and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. And I will give to thee the keys of the kingdom of heaven. And whatsoever thou shalt bind upon earth, it shall be bound also in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose upon earth, it shall be loosed also in heaven.” Mt. 16:18-19
Artwork: A painting by El Greco showing a unified St. Paul and St. Peter. Paul, on the right, holds his symbolic sword.
Feast of St. James the Great
“For I think that God hath set forth us apostles, the last, as it were men appointed to death: we are made a spectacle to the world, and to angels, and to men. We are fools for Christ’ s sake, but you are wise in Christ; we are weak, but you are strong; you are honourable, but we without honour.” 1 Cor 4:9-10
Artwork: St James the Great is an Apostle of Christ and the patron of Spain. He is shown in this 19th century painting defeating the Moors in battle.
The Assumption of Our Lady
“And it came to pass, that when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the infant leaped in her womb. And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost: And she cried out with a loud voice, and said: Blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.” Lk 1:41-42
Artwork: A painting by Guido Reni depicting the assumption of Our Lady into heaven, surrounded by angels.
Feast of Christ the King
“Pilate therefore said to him: Art thou a king then? Jesus answered: Thou sayest that I am a king. For this was I born, and for this came I into the world; that I should give testimony to the truth. Every one that is of the truth, heareth my voice.” John 18:37
Artwork: A painting by Vasilievic that displays Jesus Christ enthroned as King.
All Saints Day
“After this I saw a great multitude, which no man could number, of all nations, and tribes, and peoples, and tongues, standing before the throne, and in sight of the Lamb, clothed with white robes, and palms in their hands: And they cried with a loud voice, saying: Salvation to our God, who sitteth upon the throne, and to the Lamb.” Apoc 7:9-10
Artwork: A painting by Albrecht Durer that shows the saints and angels in heaven adoring God.
The Immaculate Conception
“And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.” Lk 1:28
Artwork: A painting by Esteban Murillo called the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception.
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