An antique German “Klosterarbeit” with an image of Our Lady of Good Counsel.
N.D. de Fatima
The monument of Our Lady of Fatima in Tranche sur Mer, France.
The statue was erected in 1946 by the then parish priest of Tranche sur Mer. Two years prior German and Allied forces had faced each other near Tranche sur Mer, during which time the priest put his parish under protected of Our Lady of Fatima.
A statue of Mary in the abbey church of Neresheim, Germany.
(Source: Flickr / dierkschaefer)
Blessed art thou among women, by the faith of thy holy heart. By the beauty of thy body thou surpassest all women, by the excellence of thy sanctity thou surpassest all angels and archangels. Thy mercy and thy grace are preached everywhere, God has blessed the works of thy hands.
- Psalm 1, Psalter of Mary
The old miraculous image of the most-blessed Virgin Mary in the church of St. Mathias near Trier.
A vintage postcard of the altar of Our Lady of Fatima in the church of San Miguel in Vitoria, Spain.
A holy card of the image of the Madonna dei Bisognosi, venerated in the church of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, Rome.
A postcard of the crowns made for the coronation of the image of Our Lady Help of Christians, which took place in Turin on 17 May 1903.
Santuario di Maria Ausiliatrice
A vintage postcard from the shrine of Our Lady Help of Christians in Turin, Italy.
The Madonna and Child sculpture by Barbara Hepworth in the Lady chapel in the parish church of St Ives in Cornwall.