Symbolism

From D.E. Barker on Twitter

Our Lady of Walsingham, pray for us.

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4 Responses to Symbolism

  1. toadspittle says:

    “Toadstone!”
    My fifteen minutes of fame! I thought it was green concrete at first.
    (Very flat, East Anglia.)

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  2. Brother Burrito says:

    Well spotted Toad! I did think of you enjoying that when I saw it.

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  3. toadspittle says:

    It made me think, looking at the world and all its assorted horrors and evils that we have enjoyed from Day One – how lucky we are that God gave us humans all a keen sense of humour – or else none of us would have one, would we? And then, where would we be?

    (Throne symbolises sitting down. Blonde hair, fair complexion, red ,white and blue garments symbolise Mary was really British, not a Middle Eastern Jewess.)

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  4. johnhenrycn says:

    Very nice image. Now I know from whence cometh the name Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy, a college over here that I support. I used to think that ‘Our Lady of Wisdom’ would have been a more felicitous name , ‘Seat’ of wisdom seeming a tad lèse-majesté, but the historical connection relieves my doubts. I must say, the Academy symbol would have benefited from following more closely the Walsingham model.

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