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John the evangelist

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The Light of Faith

Through Him and with Him and in Him O God almighty Father, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, all glory and honour is yours, forever and ever. Amen

St John at the Last Supper | "This is the apostle John, who … | Flickr

"This is the apostle John, who leaned on the breast of the Lord at the supper: blessed is the apostle to whom were revealed the secret things of heaven." – From the Matins responsory for St John's feast. Stained glass detail from a window in the Sacred Heart (Dahlgren) chapel in Georgetown University.

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I am Dorrance. Catholic. England. Glory Be To The Father and to The Son and to The Holy Spirit. Ave Maria. Salve Regina.

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Icons on Watercolour paper

Archangel Raphael H 41cm x W 19cm ‘The Shining One who Heals’ Egg tempera icon painting in English red light ochre and hand-ground azurite pigment with ivory black wash on 300gsm Fabria…

Saint of the Day – 27 December – St John the Apostle and Evangelist.The days following Christmas are full of symbolic meaning, as on 26 December we honour the first Martyr, St Stephen, who shed his blood for Jesus. 27 December, honours St John the Evangelist, the Disciple of Jesus who wrote the Gospel of John and the book of Revelation. Interestingly enough, he is the only Gospel writer to omit a narrative of Jesus’ birth. Based on this fact alone, it seems strange to include him during the Oc

Saint of the Day – 27 December – St John the Apostle and Evangelist. Patronages – • against burns; burn victims• against epilepsy• against foot problems• against hailstorms• against po…

hadrian6: “ Detail: St. John the Evangelist’s vision of Jerusalem. 1636-37. Alonso Cano. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com ”

Detail: St. John the Evangelist’s vision of Jerusalem. 1636-37. Alonso Cano. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com