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Thursday, June 20, 2024


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Mamacha Belén, Cusco, Peru

Mamacha Belén, Cusco, Peru , 16th cent. - Second Thursday after Pentecost

The story goes that in the mid-1500s, fishermen from the town of San Miguel found a large casket floating on the sea. They brought it ashore and found inside a beautiful sculpture with the message, "Image of the Virgin of Bethlehem for the city of Cu...

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La Consolata (Our Lady of Consolation), Turin, Piedmont, Italy

La Consolata (Our Lady of Consolation), Turin, Piedmont, Italy , 1104 - June 20

La Consolata, Our Lady of Consolation, is a Byzantine-style icon said to have been painted by St. Luke and given to St. Maximus, Bishop of Turin, by St. Eusebius of Cremona, Abbot of Bethlehem (d. 423), then hidden during the iconoclastic period. In ...

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