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    “As the Lord put on the body, leaving behind all principality and power, so Christians put on the Holy Spirit, and are at rest.” • St. Macarius the Great, “Spiritual Homilies” (Homily 26) #Pentecost #HolySpirit #Orthodoxy

    The Holy Innocents

    signorcasaubon: signorcasaubon: Jean Bourdichon - “La Sainte Trinite”, from Grandes Heures d’Anne de Bretagne; Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Paris, France; c.1503 - 1508 The Father is uncreated, the Son is uncreated, and the Holy Spirit is uncreated. The Father is boundless, the Son is boundless, and the Holy Spirit is boundless. The Father is eternal, the Son is eternal, and the Holy Spirit is eternal. Nevertheless, there are not three eternal beings, but one eternal being. So there ...

    William-Adolphe Bouguereau "The Virgin, Jesus Saint John Baptist" 1875 by Art Vintage, via Flickr

    Holy Spirit

    Double-sided Pendant Icon with the Virgin and Christ Pantokrator [Byzantine] (1994.403) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Saint Joseph, patron of a holy death - such a tender image

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    The Baptism of Jesus Christ in the Jordan river. circa 1540. Onoufrios of Neokastro (Onufri). Onufri national museum, Berat, Albania.

    - El Greco

    crucifixion 1 by Tomek Morawski, via Flickr

    Guardian Angel Catholic Holy Card

    The Child Christ, Emile Munier

    Jesus Christ the Word of Life

    Our Holy Mother...the last painting her eyes cast down, this one She is looking at us.

    By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, The Annunciation from a Book of Hours, 1485–90, Tempera and gold leaf on parchment, Tours, France. (By Jean Bourdichon of Tours, the foremost illuminator to the court of France during the reigns of Louis XI, Charles VIII, Louis XII, and Francis I (1461–1547)).

    That They May Be One, J. Kirk Richards

    The massacre of the Holy Innocents by Duccio di Buoninsegna

    Jesus Christ

    Double-Sided Pendant Icon with the Virgin and Christ Pantokrator, ca. 1080–1120 Byzantine; Made in Constantinople Inscribed in Greek initials: Mother of God (front); Jesus Christ, King of Glory (back) Cloisonné enamel, gold