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Joos van Wassenhove-Eucharist

"The Installation Of The Eucharist" -- Circa 1474 -- Joos van Wassenhove -- Netherlandish -- Oil on panel -- Ducal Palace -- Urbino, Italy

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The Luminous Mysteries (Thursday). The Mystery: The Institution of the Holy Eucharist, Giusto di Grand, century.

JOOS van Wassenhove (active c.1460-80)   Click!	 The Institution of the Eucharist  1473-75 Oil on wood, 331 x 335 cm Galleria Nazionale delle Marche, Urbino  The most important and most perfect work of Joos van Wassenhove (Justus of Ghent) by far is The Institution of the Eucharist (The Communion of the Apostles), painted for the high altar of the Brotherhood of Corpus Domini. The picture was based on a painting by Fra Angelico that Justus may have seen at St Mark's convent in Florence, in…

The Institution Of The Eucharist, Justus van Gent (or Joos van Wassenhove), Oil on wood

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Last Supper Soundtrack

What Tunes Would Jesus Have Popped On At The Last Supper?

The Eucharist is our thanksgiving, our thank offering to God. Meditate on the Eucharist this Thanksgiving with the help of this great work of art. Consciously set aside all distractions. Quiet your…

The Most Holy Trinity, Rublev

The Most Holy Trinity, Rublev

Prayer in Commemoration of Our Lord's Passion, to be said at three o'clock on Fridays:  "I bless Thee, O Thou Lord of heaven!  Whose life for sinful man was given.  Let not Thy cross and bitter pain  Have been for me borne all in vain."  ~ From "Prayers to be said at Different Times when the Church Bell is Heard" in The Catechism Explained.  Image: Antonio da Firenze, Crucifixion with Mary and St John the Evangelist, 1400-50, Tempera on wood.

Crucifixion with Mary and St John the Evangelist, tempera, wood, Russia, Firenze Andrea Bonaiuti da

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