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Simon Vouet: Sagrada Familia, santa Isabel, san Juan Bautista, y santa Catalina.

La Pasión de Jesús de Nazaret en el arte: La Piedad y el Descendimiento - Trianarts

The Adoration of the Magi Quentin Metsys (Netherlandish, Leuven 1466–1530 Kiel) 1526, Oil on wood

Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato (1609 -1685) —The Holy Family (594×759)

Santa Filomena, martyr of the catacombs—Feszty Mass (1952) preserved in Budapest, Hungary.

Giovanni Battista Pittoni (1687–1767): sagrada Familia.

The Holy Family - Rafael - Raffaello Sanzio - Wikimedia Commons

Candidates for priesthood lie prostrate before St. Peter’s high altar - Rome, Italy Photo: James L. Stanfield

St. Juan Diego is the first indigenous saint from the Americas. He was a poor and humble peasant from the lowest class of Aztec Indians living in 16th century Mexico. His native name was Cuauhtlatoatzin, meaning, “eagle that talks.” He was baptized at the age of 50 by a missionary Franciscan priest and received the Christian name of Juan Diego. Read more.

Ernst Deger (1809–1885): Sagrada Familia.