Our Lady of this House
An American holy card with a prayer to Mary for the protection of a house and its inhabitants.
An American holy card of Our Lady of Czestochowa, the patroness of Poland, and the Memorare prayer.
The statue of Mary venerated at the shrine of Our Sorrowful Mother in Portland, Oregon.
Nuestra Señora de la Leche
A holy card from the shrine of La Leche in St Augustine, Florida.
Mary is venerated at the shrine as Our Lady of the Milk, as well as under the more elaborate title Our Nursing Mother of Happy Delivery. Mary has been called upon as the patroness of childbirth since Medieval times.
B. Maria, virgo immaculata
An American lithograph of Mary as the Immaculate Conception. The Latin caption translates as ‘B(lessed) Mary, immaculate virgin’.
The altar of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in the basilica of Our Lady of Perpetual Help (also known as the Mission church) in Boston, Massachusetts.
Source: The glories of Mary in Boston
Novena Devotions In Honor of Our Mother of Perpetual Help
The cover of an American booklet with prayers for the novenas of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and St Gerard Majella.
The statue of Our Lady of Fatima at the sanctuary of the Barbinite Fathers in Youngstown, New York.
Madonna del Soccorso
A street altar erected for Our Lady of Help in Mott Street, New York (1908). Mott Street north of Canal Street was historically part of Little Italy.
Madre Santisima de la Luz
A modern retablo painting of Our Lady of the Light by Nicolas Otero.
The image of Our Lady of the Light originates from Palermo, the capital of Sicily. In 1722 a nun had a vision of Mary rescuing the soul of a man from falling into the mouth of an evil monster.