Fish Eaters: The Whys and Hows of Traditional Catholicism


``Where the Bishop is, there let the multitude of believers be;
even as where Jesus is, there is the Catholic Church'' Ignatius of Antioch, 1st c. A.D



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Angel

           


Our Lady. The text reads: "Ave Maria gratia plena".


Chartres Windows



Chartres Windows with overlay


Supper at Emmaus



Lord Christ


Statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro



Christ




The Nativity, Christmas



Christ on the Cross


Statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro



Statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro, before the Moon


Statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro



Creation of Man, Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel

Cross



Crucifix


Deus Vult ("God wills it")



Divine Mercy


Our Lady: "Do What He Tells You"



The Eucharist


Fra Angelico Angel



Gethsemani


Christ consoled by angel in Gethsemani



Immaculate Heart Holy Card


Sacred and Immaculate Hearts



The Jerusalem Cross


The Good Shepherd



Basilica at Lyons, France


Our Lady



Our Lady


Mary Magdalene



Mary Magdelane


Memento Mori



Memento Mori


The Eucharist in a Monstrance



Nun


Christ on Cross, in stained glass



Christ in Temple at age 12,
and with children, in stained glass



Christ with the Sinner's Prayer: "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God, have mercy on me, a sinner"



Nuns enjoying tobacco


Nun with ruler. Text: "Behave!"



Our Lady surrounded by a garland of roses


Our Lady



Our Lady of the Streets


Our Lady, by Bouguereau



Our Lady


Madonna and Child



Madonna and Child


Our Lady of Grace



Madonna and Child


Our Lady



Our Lady



Our Lady



Our Lady


Madonna and Child



Madonna and Child


Our Lady



Our Lady


Madonna and Child



Our Lady. Text: "Our life, our sweetness,
and our hope."



Our Lady



Pieta


Pieta



Priest


Priest



Prodigal Son


Prodigal Son



Sacred Heart


Sacred Heart



Sacred Heart


Sacred Heart



Sacrificial Lamb


Stained glass



Sainte Chapelle, Paris


Saint Therese, the Little Flower



Saint Therese, the Little Flower


Saint Francis



Saint Hildegard von Bingen



Saint Joan of Arc




Saint Joseph


Saint Michael



Saint Michael


Saint Michael



Saint Michael


Dome of St. Peter's



Vatican City


The Virgin



Votives


Votives



"Would Our Lady be pleased at what she sees?"


The Virgin




Christ on the Cross


St. Agnes



The Virgin



Lord Christ



Veni, Creator Spiritus


Mary Magdelane



Hillaire Belloc



Our Lady of Sorrows



Crucifixion


Mary



Mother Cabrini/Italian American Pride


Medieval manuscript decoration
with text of 1 John 4:7-8 in Latin





Coronation of Mary


Our Lady of Guadalupe



Saint Brigid


Lord Christ, the Good Shepherd



St. Teresa of Avila


A Holy Death



Our Lady and Her Son


The Virgin



Crucifixion, by Dali


St. Gertrude the Great



Jesus Patch on Demin



Lent: Domine, non sum dignus



The Four Evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John


The Four Evangelists: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John





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