A graffiti version of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Poland.
The image was condemned by the hierarchy of the Polish church as sacrilegious, as it is part of a graffiti wall. The artist defended it as an attempt to interest young people in religion. In the meantime ordinary Catholics are placing flowers and candles in front of the image.
What do you think? Sacrilege or not?
Matki Boskiej w Lubaszu
A holy card of the miraculous image of Our Lady of Lubaszu, Poland.
Miraculous Image of Our Lady in the Camaldolese monastery in Krakow
REGINA EREMITARUM - ORA PRO NOBIS (from Our Lady Queen of Hermits)
Matka Boska Gromniczna
In Poland there is a custom to let candles blessed on Candlemas burn all night before an image of Mary, who is called upon as a protection against thunder and lighting.
Candlemas is often referred to as the feast of “Matka Boska Gromniczn”, which translates as “Our Lady of the Blessed Thunder Candle”.
(Thanks to weakchick for the explanation!)
Piekoszowska Matka Boża
The miraculous image of Our Lady of Piekoszów, Poland
An American holy card of Our Lady of Czestochowa, the patroness of Poland, and the Memorare prayer.
A copy of the icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa, the patroness of Poland.
Matki Bożej Pocieszenia
A woodcut of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Consolation in the church of the Bernardine monastery in Leżajsk, Poland.
The miraculous image of Our Lady of Consolation in Gniezno, Poland.
It is a copy of the icon of the Salus Populi Romani in the major basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore in Rome, which is believed to be a true portrait of Mary.
A copy of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Consolation of Sokal, Poland. The image is covered in jewels offered by devotees.
Matka Boża Pocieszenia
The miraculous image of Our Lady of Consolation in Górka Duchowna, Poland.