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Divine Mercy Vilnius Image

This original version was painted by art professor Eugene Kazimierowski under the supervision of St. Faustina and her confessor, Blessed Michael Sopocko, in Vilnius. It was completed in 1934 and underwent enhancements in 2011. Although there are several versions of this image, our Lord promised that graces would flow through it (Diary of St. Faustina, 313).

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Eastern Icon Divine Mercy

This Divine Mercy Image is from a painting by well-known Italian iconographer, Lia Galdiolo. The original painting resides in a chapel in Mejugorje. This image was at the center of the healing received by another Italian, Ugo Festa, in 1990.

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

The image produced on the apron of Blessed Juan Diego is rich in symbolism. The luminous light surrounding our Lady is reminiscent of the "woman clothed with the sun" of Rev. 12:1

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Two Hearts

This image of the Two Hearts — the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary — was exclusively created by the Marians. St. John Paul II wrote "With Mary's fiat, the blood from her Heart gave birth to the Heart of Jesus. The incarnation marks the two Hearts beating at the same time." The combination of the Two Hearts in one image helps us to remember how a strong devotion to Mary will lead us to a deeper relationship with God.

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Divine Mercy Image - Hyla (New)

This version of the Divine Mercy image is based on the painting by Adolf Hyla and varies from Hyla's painting in several ways including the style of the rays and the colors of the background. Although there are several vesions of this image, our Lord promised that graces would flow through it (Diary of St. Faustina, 313).

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Divine Mercy Image - Hyla (Blue)

Divine Mercy - Hyla (Blue)
This version, created by Kathleen Weber for the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception, is based on the image painted in 1943 by artist Adolph Hyla. Rich, bold and bright colors give this version of the Divine Mercy image a unique appearance. Our Lord promised that graces would flow through the image of Divine Mercy (Diary of St. Faustina, 313).

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Divine Mercy Skemp Image

This popular rendition was commissioned in the 1970s from American artist Robert O. Skemp. In it, unlike previous images, the rays of mercy extend more directly toward the viewer. Although there are several versions of this image, our Lord promised that graces would flow through it (Diary of St. Faustina, 313).

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St. Joseph and the Child Jesus

In this beautiful iconographic image, St. Joseph is lovingly and adoringly gazing at his divine Son, while the Child Jesus looks at the viewer, clinching the hand of his earthly father. When Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, discovered this image, he knew that it had to be the cover image for his book "Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father" (2019).

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St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church

Artist: Gabrielle Schadt (2019). Commissioned by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, for his book "Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father," St. Joseph is depicted as a loving spiritual father who watches over the Catholic Church with a paternal love. Saint Joseph is crowned to show his great dignity as the earthly father of Jesus Christ!

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St. Joseph, Terror of Demons

Artist: Bernadette Carstensen (2020). Commissioned by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC for his book "Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father," the image depicts St. Joseph holding the Child Jesus who is piercing a serpent with the lily-spear of his earthly father. Please note: The watermark writing on the image does not appear on the canvas image.

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The Immaculata and the Terror of Demons

Artist: Adonai Camilleri Cauchi (2019). Commissioned by Fr. Donald Calloway, MIC, for his book "Consecration to St. Joseph: The Wonders of Our Spiritual Father," the Virgin Mary (the Immaculata) is shown stepping on the head of the serpent, while St. Joseph (the Terror of Demons) looks lovingly at his wife after having cut off the tail of the serpent with his carpenter's axe. There is no other image like this anywhere!

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L'Innocence

L'Innocence (Innocence) was originally painted in 1893 by the French painter William Bouguereau (1825-1905). Through special imaging technology used to enhance the true colors and details, we can now offer this image on museum quality canvas.

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Coronation of the Virgin

The Coronation of the Virgin is a painting by Diego Velázquez of the Holy Trinity crowning the Blessed Virgin Mary. Its composition is based on an inverted triangle, giving a sense of great equilibrium and harmonious lines and reminiscent (both in its color and form) of a heart.

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Song of Angels

This piece is generally regarded as one of Bouguereau's finest and most beloved masterpieces. The serene Mary and baby Jesus sleep, as three angels play them a lullaby. All the figures are captured with beautiful, ethereal, perfection on high quality canvas.

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Madonna of the Lillies

Completed in 1899 by the French artist William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Madonna of the Lilies is a very popular image showing the Blessed Mother holding the Child, her eyes cast downward, as if she is presenting Him to the world and willing herself to fade to the background as her Son becomes the focus of attention.

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Madonna of the Streets

The Madonna, commonly known as the Madonna of the Streets, was a painting created by Roberto Ferruzzi and first publicly exhibited in 1897 at an art exhibition in Venice. Although not originally painted as a religious picture, this painting became popularized as an image of the Virgin Mary holding her infant son, and has become the most renowned of Ferruzzi's works.

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Sacred Heart of Jesus

Expose this image of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in a place of honor in your home to seek God's blessings and graces. Our Lord revealed to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque that "He should be honored under the figure of this Heart of flesh, and its image should be exposed ... He promised me that wherever this image should be exposed with a view to showing it special honor, He would pour forth His blessings and graces."

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Immaculate Heart of Mary

Enhance your devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary with this beautiful canvas image. It is meant to help call to mind the interior life of the Blessed Virgin Mary, her joys and sorrows, her virtues, her love for God our Father and her son Jesus, and her compassionate love for us, her children.

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Queen of the Rosary

The "Queen of the Rosary" image depicts a detail of Maria Madonna Bouza Urbina's painting "The 26 Champions of the Rosary." The painting was commissioned by Fr. Calloway in 2016 for his book "Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon." Confident and strong, Our Lady offers the viewer the rosary - the spiritual sword of Heaven - as a weapon against the evil one.

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Queen of the Rosary (black & white)

The "Queen of the Rosary" image depicts a detail of Maria Madonna Bouza Urbina's painting "The 26 Champions of the Rosary." The painting was commissioned by Fr. Calloway in 2016 for his book "Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon." Confident and strong, Our Lady offers the viewer the rosary - the spiritual sword of Heaven - as a weapon against the evil one.

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The 26 Champions of the Rosary

Commissioned by Fr. Donald Calloway, "The 26 Champions of the Rosary" image was painted by artist Maria Madonna Bouza Urbina in 2016. Now available on canvas, the image depicts Our Lady holding the rosary and a sword, surrounded by 26 individuals who were champions of the rosary. Father Calloway tells the stories of how they lived out their love for this devotion in his book "Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon."

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The 26 Champions of the Rosary (with names)

Commissioned by Fr. Donald Calloway, "The 26 Champions of the Rosary" image was painted by artist Maria Madonna Bouza Urbina in 2016. Now available on canvas, the image depicts Our Lady holding the rosary and a sword, surrounded by 26 individuals who were champions of the rosary. Father Calloway tells the stories of how they lived out their love for this devotion in his book "Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon."

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