An image of Our Lady of Salvation, the patroness of the province of Albay, Philippines. The statue dates from the 18th century and depicts Mary saving a soul from damnation while an angel offers a basket full of hearts to Jesus.
The image is also known as Our Lady of the Light, a Sicilian devotion that was spread to Spain, Mexico and other parts of the world by the Jesuits.
The miraculous statue of the Virgin of Antipolo, the patroness of the Philippines.
The statue’s official title is Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage. It was brought to the Philippines from Mexico in the 17th century.
The Apparition of Our Lady of Manaoag, from the Virgencita Series by Alain Austria.
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The statue of Our Lady of Candelaria, or Candlemas, in Jaro City, the Philippines.
A shrine for Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Baclayon church in Bohol, the Philippines.
Wednesday is known as Baclaran Day in the Philippines, after the famous shrine of Our Lady of Perpetual Help at Baclaran in Manila. The Redemptorist church holds a popular weekly Perpetual Help novena on a Wednesday.
The canonically crowned image of the Inmaculada Concepcion, which is venerated in the Basilica Minore de Nuestra Senora de la Inmaculada Concepcion in Malolos, Bulacan.
A much venerated statue of St Anne and Mary in Tanguig City, the Philippines.
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Pilgrims praying in Baclaran, a popular place of pilgrimage in the Philippines dedicated to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
A procession in honour of Mary in the Philippines.
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