Our Lady of L. C.
"But dealing with Jesus whose nature was divine, meant that she was often baffled by his surpassing relation to the Father. So, she often suffered in the dark especially at the cross, but she learned to trust perfectly that way. She alone was selflessly oriented to God's will by a special grace from her conception. But that makes her more sympathetic to us who are also tested by our native selfishness... In a manner, she separated from all that is merely of this world yet united with all for she belonged wholly to God."-Rev. Father John Eudes Bamberger. Medium: Graphite study for Our Lady of New Helfta icon which is now in progress. Dimensions: 22"x32", 1999.


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