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Icon of the Divine Mercy, Byzantine style – scanned icon from my home

Icon of the Mother of God of Vladimir, 12th century – scanned icon from my home

Pope Benedict XVI – modified from Kancelaria Prezydenta RP, GNU Free Documentation License, Wikimedia Commons

Pope Francis – modified from www.vatican.va

Other images in posts – Copyrighted by me [not all listed here]

The 23 Rites / Churches sui iuris of the Catholic Church. Redesigned from older similar images. Copyright reserved, please ask permission for use.

Ellen White icon – modified from image at Wikimedia Commons, copyright reserved, please ask permission for use.

Other images in posts – Copyrighted by other people

Jesus facepalm, modified from image by seige77, on Photobucket.  Original here.

Pontifical Mass, with Bishop Malcolm McMahon, Bishop of Nottingham, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Low Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Low Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Low Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

High Mass – Requiem, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Benediction, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Learning the Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Learning the Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Learning the Mass, LMS training course, Ratcliffe College, 2003. Photo courtesy of Joseph Shaw, Latin Mass Society of England and Wales. Original here.

Altar Missal, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Altar prepared for Mass, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

High Mass, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Inside the new chapel, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Pontifical Mass, photo 1, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Pontifical Mass, photo 2, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

The old chapel, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Training at the altar, Latin Mass training course, 2013, Ratcliffe College, LMS England and Wales; photo courtesy of Fr Noel Rucastle, Archdiocese of Cape Town

Other images in posts – Creative Commons / GNU / Other

Coat of Arms of the Maronite Patriarchate, by Tom Lemmens [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

St. Louis Maronite Church, Downtown, Haifa, by Deror_avi [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople – by Massimo Finizio (Own work (own photo)) [CC-BY-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Pope Francis on March 2013 – presidencia.gov.ar [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Where in the Bible? Made by WarningLabelGenerator

Patriarch Sviatoslav Shevchuk – By Олег Чупа at uk.wikipedia Олег Чупа [GFDL], from Wikimedia Commons

Ultimate Coalition for Unborn Children – image modified from UCFUB website

Pope Benedict’s pallium on the tomb of Pope St Celestine V, original source unknown

Pope Benedict XVI wearing a camauro – by Number at it.wikipedia [CC-BY-2.0], from Wikimedia Commons

His Holiness, Pope John Paul II – by Foto Felici Roma [CC-BY-3.0 or CC-BY-3.0]

His Holiness, Pope John Paul II (framed) – modified from a photo by Foto Felici Roma [CC-BY-3.0 or CC-BY-3.0]

Pope Benedict XVI in 2010 … by Kancelaria Prezydenta RP (prezydent.pl) [GFDL 1.2], via Wikimedia Commons

@Pontifex via Vatican twitter archive

Pope Benedict XVI, Vatican website

Pope Benedict in retirement – Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano

Papal election – screen capture from La Stampa presentation

Pope John Paul I, original source unknown

Pope Francis – by Aibdescalzo (Own work) [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0-2.5-2.0-1.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Picture of a random baby – Pospiech at the Polish language Wikipedia [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], from Wikimedia Commons

Tridentine Mass celebrated on Palm Sunday in the chapel of Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston. Photo by John Stephen Dwyer. Source: Boston at en.wikipedia [CC-BY-SA-3.0], from Wikimedia Commons

Come, Pray the Rosary – screen capture from http://www.comepraytherosary.org/

Monstrance on the altar – Saint Brigid of Kildare Church (Dublin, Ohio) – Eucharistic adoration on the eve of the feast of the Immaculate Conception, 2012, by Nheyob (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Virgin Mary’s Tomb, Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, by adriatikus, licence: [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Pope Pius XII, by Historian1990 [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Jack o’ Lantern, by Toby Ord [CC-BY-SA-2.5], via Wikimedia Commons

Other images in posts – public domain

Icon of the Divine Mercy, Byzantine style – scanned icon from my home

Icon of the Mother of God of Vladimir, 12th century – scanned icon from my home

The Theotokos, Our Lady of Perpetual Help, modified from Wikimedia Commons

Pope Pius V – Crop from the painting of Pius V by El Greco, via WikiMedia Commons

Red wine in an Italian restaurant – public-domain-image

Pen and scroll – clker

An Angel Frees the Souls of Purgatory – Ludovico Carracci, via Wikimedia Commons

St. John of Kronstadt, via WikiMedia Commons

Icon of Christ Crucified, chapel of San Damiano, near Assisi, via WikiMedia Commons

Angry ant, clker

White-tailed gnu (Black wildebeest) – clker

Grumpy woman – clker

Purple grapes – pixabay

Green grapes – pixabay

Declaration of Independence – via WikiMedia Commons

A closeup of the illuminated letter P in the 1407AD Latin Bible on display in Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire, England. via WikiMedia Commons

10 Commandments – By the Providence Lithograph Company, via Wikimedia Commons

10 Commandments – by Alkivar, via Wikimedia Commons

Daniel’s Answer to the King – Briton Rivière, via Wikimedia Commons

Cristo Redentor – Rio – by Sean Vivek Crasto, via Wikimedia Commons

Consecration – Elevation at Holy Mass – by Smith2006 at en.wikipedia, from Wikimedia Commons

Basilica of Sant’Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna, Italy – by Meister von San Apollinare Nuovo in Ravenna, via Wikimedia Commons

Baboon and baby – pixabay

Aristotle, beginning of Physics. Medieval latin manuscript, original Greek text added in the margins. via WikiMedia Commons

James and Ellen White – by Logawi at en.wikipedia, via Wikimedia Commons

Icon of St. Peter (15th century, Russian State Museum, Saint Petersburg) by Moscow schoolPolski: Szkoła moskiewska, Andriej Rublow i Daniel Czarny, via Wikimedia Commons

Hebrew Bible – The Schøyen Collection MS 206, Oslo and London. Hebrew square book script. Iraq, 1st half of 11th c, via Wikimedia Commons

Francesco Albani’s The Baptism of Christ – via Wikimedia Commons

Ellen White’s signature – via Wikimedia Commons

Ellen White – via Wikimedia Commons

Donkey, Boston Public Library – by L. Prang & Co. (publisher), via Wikimedia Commons

Northern Pig-tailed Macaque at the Monkey School on Koh Lanta Yai, Thailand – by Amax1, via Wikimedia Commons

Abraham receiving the three angels – Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, via Wikimedia Commons

Conscience and law, detail from the Justicia sculpture on the court house in Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany, by Johannes Otto Först, via Wikimedia Commons

Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) – The Last Supper (1495-1498), via Wikimedia Commons

Saddam Hussein, from Wikimedia Commons

Saddam Hussein after capture, via Wikimedia Commons

Head of a Franciscan Friar, ca 1615, by Peter Paul Rubens, via Wikimedia Commons

The Sacrificial Lamb – Josefa de Ayala, ca 1670, via Wikimedia Commons

The Mass, via Wikimedia Commons

The Ladder of Paradise – St John Climacus, via Wikimedia Commons

The Book of Common Prayer printed by John Baskerville, via Wikimedia Commons

St Ambrose by Giovanni di Piamonte, ca 1456, via Wikimedia Commons

Still life with Bible, Vincent van Gogh, Vincent van Gogh, via Wikimedia Commons

South Arabian Sabbath Lamp, via Wikimedia Commons

Eternal Gospel Church via Wikipedia

The Crucifixion of the Parlement of Paris. By Unknown Master, French (active 1428-1450 in Tournai and Amiens), via Wikimedia Commons

Pope Francis – official photo, author unknown

Crucifix with the Virgin and St John are represented at the sides, panel, size 380 x 274 cm. Created c. 1320 by Pietro Lorenzetti, located in the church of St. Mark in Cortona, via Wikimedia Commons

Uta Codex, Evangeliary Symbolic Crucifixion of Christ ca. 1020, via Wikimedia Commons

Icon of the Resurrection, by Surgun100, via Wikimedia Commons

Wild rabbit, by Harvey Henkelmann, via Wikimedia Commons

Ethiopian Crucifixion, Leaf from Gunda Gunde Gospels, via Wikimedia Commons

Easter eggs, via Pixabay

Crucifixion from Santa Maria Antiqua, by Roman fresco painter, 8th c., via Wikimedia Commons

Jacobello Alberegno, Crucifixion, 1375-1397, via Wikimedia Commons

Pope St Sylvester I, by Artaud de Montor (1772–1849), via Wikimedia Commons

The Resurrection of Christ, by Noel Coypel, via Wikimedia Commons

The Synaxis of the holy and the most praiseworthy Twelve Apostles, via Wikimedia Commons

St John Maron, by Diminuita (Maron Church), via Wikimedia Commons

Mary, Mother of God, Eleusa Theotokos, 1700s, photo by Nesusvet, from Wikimedia Commons

Mary’s virginity even after giving birth to Jesus, 6th century, photo by User:Testus, via Wikimedia Commons

Theotokos Panachranta – The All-Immaculate Mary, 11th century, photo by Alipij, via Wikimedia Commons

Madonna enthroned with Angels, by Creator:Gregorio di Cecco, via Wikimedia Commons

Crucifixion, from Polittico di Valle Romita, by Gentile da Fabriano, via Wikimedia Commons

Moses and Joshua in the Tabernacle, by James Tissot, 1896, via Wikimedia Commons

Eve and Mary, by Berthold Furtmeyr, in the Missal of Bernhard von Rohr, Archbishop of Salzburg, 1481, via Mary, the New Eve

The Madonna and Child with Saints, by Duccio di Buoninsegna, 1300, via Wikimedia Commons

Madonna of Mercy, by Sano di Pietro (1405–1481), via Wikimedia Commons

St John Chrysostom, soapstone carving, via Wikimedia Commons

10 Commandments, 10th century Byzantine Paris Psalter, via Wikimedia Commons

The Sermon On the Mount, by Carl Heinrich Bloch, via Wikimedia Commons

Council of Trent in Santa Maria Maggiore church, Museo Diocesano Tridentino, Trento (Italy), via Wikimedia Commons

Emblem of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, via Wikimedia Commons

St Thomas Aquinas, by Carlo Crivelli, via Wikimedia Commons

St Augustine of Hippo, by Carlo Crivelli, via Wikimedia Commons

You’re a gonner, I’m a gonner, by AgadaUrbanit, via Wikipedia

RFID chip compared to a grain of rice, via Wikimedia Commons

Constantine the Great, via WikiMedia Commons

Anterior cingulate cortex MRI, by Geoff B Hall (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

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