Saint Rose of Lima

Saint Rose of Lima

Oil on wood panel 12" x 16" X 1.5" The first canonized saint of the New World has one characteristic of all saints. She was born to parents of Spanish descent in Lima, Peru, at a time when South America was in its first century of evangelization. She was known for her beauty, but giving her life to God, she scoured her face with pepper, chopped her hair and wore thorns around her head. She became known for both her life of severe asceticism and her care of the needy the needy of the city.

St Rose Venerini

St Rose Venerini

Oil on wood panel, original (1656–1728) was a pioneer in the education of women and girls in 17th-century Italy and the foundress of the Religious Teachers Venerini.

El Senor De Los Trabajos

El Senor De Los Trabajos

Our Lord of Hardships Oil on wood panel 24x36"

Mary and Christ Child with Angels

Mary and Christ Child with Angels

Oil on wood panel. Inspired by the Madonna of Humility by Lippo di Dalmasio. 12x16"

St Margaret of Scotland

St Margaret of Scotland

Oil on wood panel 11x14x1" Malcolm Canmore III, the king of Scotland married Margaret in 1070. Together, they had eight children, six sons and two daughters. All of whom were raised with deep Catholic Christian faith. They lived as a holy family. Margaret's kind-nature and good heart was a strong influence on Malcolm's reign. Together they prayed, fed the hungry, and offered a powerful example of living faith in action.

San Juan de los Lagos

San Juan de los Lagos

Oil on wood panel 12x16x1" A statue of the Virgin Mary in prayer, golden crown, white gown, blue mantle that was placed in a sanctuary in 1543 by a Spanish priest to the village of San Juan Mezquititlan (now San Juan de los Lagos). Many miracles followed.

Mater Dolorosa-Our Lady of Sorrows

Mater Dolorosa-Our Lady of Sorrows

Original oil on wood panel 12x16x1

Christ Glorified Always

Christ Glorified Always

Oil on wood panel 9x12x1"

Christ Glorified Always

Christ Glorified Always

St Frances Cabrini

St Frances Cabrini

Gift to Fran upon entering the Church

Saint Dominick

Saint Dominick

Gift to Father Dominic Pinti In 1191, a famine left many people desolate and homeless across Spain. Dominic sold everything he had, including his furniture and clothes and bought food for the poor. When he sold his manuscripts, required for study, he replied, "Would you have me study from these dead skins when people are dying of hunger?"

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Commission

Guardian Angel

Guardian Angel

Commission

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