En la festividad del santo, 21 de julio, nada mejor que esta imagen del pintor alemán Gebhard Fugel (1863-1939), titulado “El Niño Jesús se aparece a San Lorenzo de Brindisi durante la Misa”.
A Catholic Mass
Frescos of Carmelite Saints at Stella Maris Monastery located on Mount Carmel in Haifa, Israel
Source: Flickr / zatletic
The Sacred Vessels and Items of the Sanctuary
Hundreds of Relics at St. John Gualbert’s Roman Catholic Church – Cheektowaga, NY
Blue Vestments made with Chinese Silk
The privilege of using blue vestments in the Latin rite is of two kinds. One kind is that granted to some important Marian shrines and the other privilege is that granted to whole countries. For example, all Spanish churches may adopt blue vestments on the feast of the Immaculate Conception, and this favor is sometimes also extended to countries once ruled by the Spanish crown.
All that we have said refers exclusively to the Latin rite. Blue vestments are quite common on Marian feasts in some Eastern Churches, especially those of the Byzantine tradition.
Canons in a Funeral Procession for the Bishop of Bridge
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