The facade of the Templo del Pocito (Chapel of the Little Well) in Villa Guadalupe, Mexico City.
It was built in the 18th century over a small well, of which the water is believed to have miraculous healing powers. Pilgrims often take water home with them, usually in bottles in the shape of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
The image of Our Lady of Guadalupe in her basilica in Mexico City. I said a prayer in the basilica today for all those who sent me a request.
A shrine for Our Lady of Guadalupe and Our Lady of San Juan de los Lagos in Mercado de la Ciudadela, Mexico City.
Later today I will be travelling to Mexico City, where I will visit the basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe. If you have any prayer requests make sure to let me know!
The interior of the baroque pilgrimage church of Maria Gern in the Bavarian Alps.
Madonna delle Grazie
A vintage postcard of the shrine of Our Lady of Grace in the cathedral of Milan, Italy.
A Valencian street shrine for Our Lady on the Forsaken.
Santa Maria Liberatrice
An Italian print of Our Lady of Liberation.