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Whatever this is - Francis Mass on September 15 in Slovakia.
amarillo
IT IS saint Joseph .

Painting of St. Joseph "The depiction of St. Joseph points to his openness, his ability to listen and change. Quiet but listening, waiting, but ready to act, he raises his gaze to God, to the space in front of the image in which we are currently present. The basic line of his posture, running from the head through the right shoulders to the welcoming gesture of the right …More
IT IS saint Joseph .

Painting of St. Joseph "The depiction of St. Joseph points to his openness, his ability to listen and change. Quiet but listening, waiting, but ready to act, he raises his gaze to God, to the space in front of the image in which we are currently present. The basic line of his posture, running from the head through the right shoulders to the welcoming gesture of the right hand, creates an imaginary open and receiving arch. In his left hand he holds a lily, which refers to the purity of his heart, intentions and deeds, but also to his willingness to believe in the purity of his fiancée. The simplicity of the shapes in a distinct perspective and the yellow color of the figure evokes a new, glorified body of saints in heaven, "writes the depiction of St. Joseph, which will be in the back of the altar, by artist Dorota Sadovská.
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Kinda reminds me of Mr. Clean...
amarillo
Painting of St. Joseph "The depiction of St. Joseph points to his openness, his ability to listen and change. Quiet but listening, waiting, but ready to act, he raises his gaze to God, to the space in front of the image in which we are currently present. The basic line of his posture, running from the head through the right shoulders to the welcoming gesture of the right hand, creates an …More
Painting of St. Joseph "The depiction of St. Joseph points to his openness, his ability to listen and change. Quiet but listening, waiting, but ready to act, he raises his gaze to God, to the space in front of the image in which we are currently present. The basic line of his posture, running from the head through the right shoulders to the welcoming gesture of the right hand, creates an imaginary open and receiving arch. In his left hand he holds a lily, which refers to the purity of his heart, intentions and deeds, but also to his willingness to believe in the purity of his fiancée. The simplicity of the shapes in a distinct perspective and the yellow color of the figure evokes a new, glorified body of saints in heaven, "writes the depiction of St. Joseph, which will be in the back of the altar, by artist Dorota Sadovská.
mccallansteve
Some kind of demon, no doubt
Mr Wisdom
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