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The Holy Family - Icon of the Equipes Notre-Dame Movement

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The Holy Family,  Icon of the Equipes Notre-Dame Icon made on a wooden board with kovcheg (recess) forming a frame, technique reproduction, finished in a traditional manner, hand gilded, covered with amber shellac and varnished.

Height:  45 cm
Width:  36,5 cm
Thickness:  2 cm

Excellent Present for:

  • JUBILEE
  • WEDDING
  • BAPTISM, CONFIRMATION
  • BIRTHDAY, NAME DAY
  • token of APPRECIATION

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Icon of The Holy Family

- Icon of the Equipes Notre-Dame Movement

 

Height: 45 cm
Width: 36,5 cm
Thickness:  2 cm

 

Excellent Present for:

  • JUBILEE
  • WEDDING (for a young couple)
  • as a token of GRATITUDE (for parents)
  • BAPTISM, CONFIRMATION
  • BIRTHDAY, NAME DAY
  • FIRST COMMUNION

Icon done by conservator-restorer, made on a wooden board with kovcheg (recess) forming a frame, technique reproduction, finished in a traditional manner, hand gilded, covered with amber shellac and varnished.

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Originally the icon of The Holy Family was painted by a nun in Jerusalem in the seventies.

The icon was painted at the request of the responsible for the movement Equipes Notre-Dame: Marie and Louis d'Amonville.

 



The icon shows a deep unity and spirituality of the Holy Family. Great tenderness and delicacy emanates from the icon.

 

Icon of The Holy Family has been accepted by the Domestic Church / Ecclesia Domestica and symbolizes the unity and expresses marital love and family life of the Christian.

Saint Joseph embraces Mary and they both hold and embrace Jesus Christ.

Jesus left hand connects with their hands, while his right hand raised in blessing points to Mary.

These three joined hands express the unity of Christ with a marriage joined through marriage vows.

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