The altar and miraculous image of the Mother of Beautiful Live in Wessobrunn, Germany.
A vintage postcard of the altar and miraculous image in Aachen cathedral, Germany.
Charles-Antoine Bridan’s high altar in the cathedral of Chartres, depicting Mary’s Assumption into Heaven.
The miraculous image of Mary venerated in the pilgrimage church of Maria Eck in Siegsdorf, Bavaria.
The pilgrimage to Maria Eck goes back to the 16th century, when a lumberjack repeatedly saw two lights shining in the night. It was decided a chapel should be built on the site, with two altars dedicated to the Holy Trinity and one to the Blessed Virgin.
The Borghese chapel in the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome. The altar houses the image of the Salus Populi Romani, the Protectress of the Roman People.
The high altar in the chapel of the Miraculous Medal, Paris.
Moeder van Altijddurende Bijstand
The shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the church of Our Lady in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The icon was brought to Amsterdam from Rome in the late 19th century.
A copy of the icon of Our Lady of the Snows in Markt Rettenbach, Bavaria.
Eglise Notre Dame du Mont Carmel
A vintage photograph of the interior of the church of the Discalced Carmelite monastery located on the slopes of Mount Carmel, Israel. It is dedicated to Our Lady Star of the Sea.
Religious hermits have lived on Mount Carmel since the 12th century, in imitation of the prophet Elijah. In the 13th century the patriarch of Jerusalem approved their written rule of live, which marked the beginning of the Order of the Brothers of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, better known as the Carmelites.