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Title: Sacred Heart Newsletter - No.14, December 2013
Authors: Sacred Heart
Keywords: Sacred Icons Celebrate Our Christian Faith as Pope Francis Consecrates the World to Mary
Pope Francis Consecrates the World To Mary’s Immaculate Heart
Morning Offering
Apostleship of Prayer Pope Benedict XVI’s Intentions for 2014
Join 40 million others in this worldwide union of persons praying for the intentions of the Pope
The Morning Offering is like an alchemy turning simple actions into spiritual gold
Prayer for Renewal of the Apostleship of Prayer
Pope John XXIII on the Sacred Heart of Jesus
We wish you a blessed Christmas and a happy New Year
Issue Date: Dec-2013
Publisher: Sacred Heart, 2013.
Series/Report no.: Sacred Heart News Letter;No.14, December 2013
Abstract: The icon of Our Lady of Vladimir (circa 1115) is one of oldest and most prized images of Our Lady and Child in the world. While earlier icons of Our Lady were severe and distant, the style became more sensitive and touched with emotion during the rule of the Comnenian family in the 1100’s. During that period, the cult of the icon extended widely throughout the Byzantine world. This was true not only because of popular devotion, but because icons were used to decorate the iconostasis in Greek churches, the screen separating the celebrant of the Liturgy from the congregation.....
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