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Holy Thursday Gumbo Zherbes (Green Gumbo)

Last Supper, Simon Ushakov In traditional Christian iconography, saints are often depicted as having halos, which is a symbol of their holiness. Note that Judas is depicted without a halo.

The Nativity. Beautiful. #Catholic #Orthodox #Christianity #Jesus Virgin #icons #art

Orthodox Christmas Traditions

Tonight we take a break from the series I was posting to celebrate the Advent Season and the joy and even doubts that can be caused by Jesus coming into our lives. Above is the nativity icon of the…

The “Katharinenaltar” by Lucas Cranach the Elder Retable de sainte Catherine 1506- left panel

Saint Barbara with Chalice and Host, Saint Ursula with Arrow and Saint Margaret with the Dragon (St. Catherine Altarpiece - Right Panel), 1506 Artist: Lucas Cranach the Elder

The Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ

The Baptism of Our Lord Jesus Christ

Icon by Isaac Fanous, St Peter and St Pauls Coptic Orthodox Church

Icon by Isaac Fanous, St Peter and St Pauls Coptic Orthodox Church Más

Icons

Archangel Gabriel icon, at Saint Gabriel the Archangel Roman Catholic Church, in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA (Original by Monastery Icons)

Baptism of Jesus Click To Enlarge, Original Icon by Iconographer Tamara

Contemporary original oil paintings, abstract still life with flowers, expressionist landscape, modern cityscape paintings, abstract figure art gallery by Georgian artist Tamara.

Coptic Icon of the Good Shepherd: I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. -John 10:11(NABRE)

Coptic Icon of the Good Shepherd: I am the good shepherd. A good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep.

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