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Icon of Saint Paul’s mystical encounter with Christ in the Temple, enshrined in the Abbey Church.
Mount Angel Abbey
St Benedict, Oregon
Saints Peter and Paul and Apostles – Master Be – 1490
Tavola no. 9, Christian Museum of Esztergom, Esztergom, Hungary
from The Book of Gospels, Midwest Theological Forum (see links page)
WOMEN FOR FAITH & FAMILY
QUI CI SONO 16 IMMAGINI CHE NON POSSO INSERIRE, SONO BELLISSIME:
THE YEAR OF ST. PAUL
PAUL IN PRISON
The Frescoes of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Wilkesboro, NC
« A unique opportunity came to St. Paul’s in 2002 when the parish and the Cultural Arts Council for Wilkes County joined together to have Ben Long paint two frescos in the Commons area at the church. Ben Long, a native of North Carolina, is internationally known for his work in the ancient art of fresco painting. Long works in the traditional technique used by the great Renaissance painters. The fresco is a long tedious process of applying three layers to the wall. The first layer is a base coat of plaster. Next is a finer coat of plaster to which a red outline transferred from a drawing is applied. The final layer of plaster is applied in small sections so that water-based pigments can be applied before the plaster dries. By using this process the painting becomes part of the wall. » Text by Danny Hardison.
On View: Paul in Prison , one of a pair of frescoes by Ben Long. Read the story, and watch the video, here.
(ANCHE QUI C’È UNA BELLA IMMAGINE CHE NON RIESCO AD INSERIRE)
Visions: Sermon for the Feast of Sts. Peter & Paul
(c’è il sermone)
BREAD AND WINE
THE JUBILEE YEAR OF
MARKING 2000 YEARS SINCE HIS BIRTH
SAINT JOHN ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH