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  • Sursum Corda ...

    The Holy Family = Holy Alliance Against Sin.

  • Cindy Miranda

    Sagrada familia

  • Ave Zampier

    "The Holy Alliance Against Sin" traditional catholic art - Google Search

  • Dean Johnson

    Here is a complex holy card. St. John the Baptist and St. Joseph pinning Satan, with the Infant Christ contained in a Sacred Heart

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