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    Caravaggio, compare with hand of god of Miguel Ángel. Creación de Adán (1510), Capilla Sixtina (Roma)

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      21-Feb. “Yo no he venido a llamar a los justos sino a los pecadores, para que se arrepientan”. Evangelio: Lc 5, 27-33. (Caravaggio. Vocación de San Mateo. 1599-1600. San Luis de Francia, Roma).

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      detail - The Calling of St. Matthew - 1599-02 Caravaggio (Christ pointing, with St. Peter imitating him)

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