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Anniversary of the election of Pope Francis

Anniversary of the election of Pope Francis

Pope Francis' pacific revolution. On the fifth anniversary of his...
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Plexiglas or wooden lecterns? Your commodity is priceless

Have you ever been fascinated by a wooden lectern holding...
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The art of decoupage on cardboard boxes

Decoupage is an art that merges relatively new techniques with...
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Saint Teresa of Avila: Spanish nun and mystic

Saint Teresa of Avila was a Spanish nun and mystic....
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Liturgy


Plexiglas or wooden lecterns? Your commodity is priceless

Plexiglas or wooden lecterns? Your commodity is priceless

Have you ever been fascinated by a wooden lectern holding...
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Holy Water: a constant renovation of Baptism

Holy Water: a constant renovation of Baptism

Each time we get sprinkled with holy Water, dipping our...
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Metal or olive wood? Check out Holyart chalices, pyxes and patens.

Metal or olive wood? Check out Holyart chalices, pyxes and patens.

Chalices, pyxes and patens. In short: sacred objects. They have...
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10 blessings we need to know

10 blessings we need to know

Blessings we should know, some are famous, some others are...
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10 mistakes we make when taking the communion

10 mistakes we make when taking the communion

Communion is the highest and solemn moment in a Mass,...
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Saints and blessed


Anniversary of the election of Pope Francis

Anniversary of the election of Pope Francis

Pope Francis' pacific revolution. On the fifth anniversary of his election, recently celebrated, let's see how the Church has changed...
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Saint Teresa of Avila: Spanish nun and mystic

Saint Teresa of Avila: Spanish nun and mystic

Saint Teresa of Avila was a Spanish nun and mystic. One of the few women declared a Doctor of the...
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The halo: origins and meaning

The halo: origins and meaning

Symbol of light and grace given directly by God, the Saints halo expresses their bliss status and the divine majesty...
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Garden statues: how to choose your outside religious garden statue

Garden statues: how to choose your outside religious garden statue

Garden statues, an ancient but yet current tradition. Enrich your garden with garden statues depicting sacred subjects, made of resin,...
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Christmas


How Royal families celebrate Christmas

How Royal families celebrate Christmas

Christmas is probably the ultimate family holiday. However, there are...
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The enchanted atmosphere of Christmas in North Europe Stockholm and Gothenburg

In Sweden, Christmas looks even more magical. Maybe that is...
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Outdoor Christmas decorations: luminaries

In Christian religion, light has always had a very important...
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An ornament that cannot be missed in every home: the Advent Wreath

The Advent Wreath is at the same time a Christmas...
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Blown glass ornaments
Neapolitan Nativity
Nativity with waterfall
Christmas village set
Blown glass ornaments
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Neapolitan Nativity
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Christmas village set
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