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FiNews: More Photos to Come – Our Lady of All Nations 2012 Prayer Day

KNEELING BEFORE OUR LADY OF ALL NATIONS

Most Reverend Monsignor Dr. Jozef Marianus Punt Bishop of the Diocese of Haarlem-Amsterdam (Center)

Very Reverend Monsignor Johannes Maria Hendriks Willibrordus Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese (Bishop on right)

 

PEOPLE FROM VARIOUS NATIONS

Stay tuned for more photos from the 2012 Prayer Day for Our Lady of All Nations

http://www.devrouwevanallevolkeren.nl/

 

 

4 Responses to “FiNews: More Photos to Come – Our Lady of All Nations 2012 Prayer Day”

  1. Marian Says:

    Ave Maria!

    It saddens me to see a huge media screen anywhere near an Altar.

    In Christ,
    Marian

  2. apostolate Says:

    Ave Maria!

    Thanks for your concern, Marian.

    Actually, the event was held in a secular facility and so religion is encroaching on secularity and not the other way around.

    Friar Roderic

  3. Marian Says:

    Ave Maira!

    Friar Roderic,

    I understand what you are saying, though I don’t think it changes my feelings about the placement of the huge screen in the photo.

    The whole subject makes me ponder the beauty of Jesus’ sermon on the mount – Just Jesus and His message. :-)

    In Christ,
    Marian

  4. apostolate Says:

    Yes, there is something to be said for simplicity.

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