Mircea Goganau

Mircea Goganau

Mircea Goganau
Mai multe idei de la Mircea
Madonna and Child from Greek Church, Sitka Alaska

Madonna and Child from Greek Church, Sitka Alaska

Three Hail Marys is a traditional Roman Catholic devotional practice of reciting three Hail Marys as a petition for purity and other virtues. Believers recommended that it be prayed in the morning and before going to bed,  after the examination of conscience at night. This prayer has been recommended by St Anthony of Padua, St Alphonsus Liguori, St. John Bosco and St Leonard of Port Maurice.

Three Hail Marys is a traditional Roman Catholic devotional practice of reciting three Hail Marys as a petition for purity and other virtues. Believers recommended that it be prayed in the morning and before going to bed, after the examination of conscience at night. This prayer has been recommended by St Anthony of Padua, St Alphonsus Liguori, St. John Bosco and St Leonard of Port Maurice.

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Berlinghiero, Madonna and Child, Tempera on wood, Italian, c. 1228 - 1236

Berlinghiero, Madonna and Child, Tempera on wood, Italian, c. 1228 - 1236

The original Miraculous Icon of the Iveron Mother of God is on Mount Athos

The original Miraculous Icon of the Iveron Mother of God is on Mount Athos

Iphone 5 case

Iphone 5 case

The Bleeding Virgin Mary Portaitissa, or Keeper of the Gate, icon is from the monastery of Iviron on Mt. Athos.

The Bleeding Virgin Mary Portaitissa, or Keeper of the Gate, icon is from the monastery of Iviron on Mt. Athos.

Iphone 5 case

Iphone 5 case

Iphone 5 case(2)

Iphone 5 case(2)

Three-Handed Mother of God, Hilandar Monastery, Mt. Athos, Macedonia, Greece. | St. John of Damascus is said  Historical records indicate the icon originated in Skopje, Macedonia, and moved to Hilandar just before the Turks conquered Skopje in 1392. The present icon dates from the 1700s.

Three-Handed Mother of God, Hilandar Monastery, Mt. Athos, Macedonia, Greece. | St. John of Damascus is said Historical records indicate the icon originated in Skopje, Macedonia, and moved to Hilandar just before the Turks conquered Skopje in 1392. The present icon dates from the 1700s.