|Annunciation. Orazio Gentileschi (1623)|
Monday, October 26, 2015
Monday, October 19, 2015
From the Liturgy of St Basil the Great:
All of creation rejoices in you, O Full of Grace,
The assembly of Angels and the race of men.
O Sanctified Temple and Rational Paradise! O Glory of Virgins!
From you, God was incarnate and became a child, our God before the ages.
He made your body into a throne, and your womb He made more spacious than the heavens.
All of creation rejoices in you, O Full of Grace! Glory to you!
Annunciation from the tympanum of a Roman house.
Photo by Sister Sergia Ballini, FSP.
Monday, October 12, 2015
London artist Gloria Ssali specializes in African-inspired artwork and Catholic themes. She has done several depictions of the Annunciation. I wish I knew more about African art to be able to understand this image, but I do love how the Spirit is being "communicated"!
From St Alban's Cathedral (St Albans, England), a detail from the Annunciation window:
Sister Mary Lou Winters, FSP over in the UK has designed a lovely two-sided holy card to help promote the Angelus. Download the pdf file...
As far as I have been able to tell, this Annunciation is by Margaret A. Rope, a British Carmelite nun (Sister Margaret of the Mother of G...
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