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.
Maria am Rain
A miraculous statue of Mary venerated in Schlanders, South Tyrol.
A vintage postcard of a statue of Our Lady of Sorrows in Bergamo, Italy.
The Madonna Addolorata in the church of San Nicola in Briatico, Italy.
(Source: Flickr / mariellamatera)
A fresco depicting the Triumph of the Holy Name of Mary in the church of San Pantaleo, Rome.
(Source: Flickr / hen-magonza)
La Vergine della Rivelazione
The Madonna of the Revelation, who is believed to have appeared to Bruno Cornacchiola in 1947 in the Roman area of Tre Fontana. A few years prior Bruno had converted to Protestantism and became strongly opposed to Catholic Marian devotion. At some point he even considered killing the pope.
During the apparition Mary urged him to reconvert to Catholicism with the words ‘I am the Virgin of Revelation. You persecute me. Enough is enough! Enter the holy sheepfold’.