The miraculous statue of Our Lady of Hammerthal in the Heilig-Geist-kirche (church of the Holy Spirit) in Munich, Germany.
The Gothic Madonna gained fame in the 17th century, when a sick woman was healed after praying before the image. The devotion to Our Lady of Hammerthal subsequently became one of Munich’s most popular baroque cults.
An engraving of the miraculous statue of Our Lady of Marienweiher in Germany. Around the image four miracle scenes are depicted.
Marienweiher has been a place of pilgrimage since the 12th century, when a small church was built dedicated to Mary. The current church, seen on the engraving, was built in the early 18th century.
Gnadenbild Maria Kevelaer
A 1930s print of the miraculous image of Our Lady of Kevelaer.
Below the three main pilgrimage sites of the German town are depicted: the basilica, the Chapel of Grace and the Candle Chapel. The Latin caption above reads: Consolatrix Afflictorum, ora pro nobis (Consoler of the Afflicted, pray for us).