St Veronica Photos

Veronica was said to be present as Christ carried the cross, offered him a cloth to wipe his face, only to find an image of his face on it when he returned it. The cloth was said to allow miraculous cures.

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Ste Veronica with cloth bearing image of Christ wood carving from Lower Swabia at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Veronica's Veil painting by Mourselo Aguilar of Mexico at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. Santa Fe, NM.St Veronica's Handkerchief retablo by José Rafael Aragón at Harwood Museum of Art. Taos, NM.Vera Ikon painting attrib Meister von St Laurenz in Köln at Wallraf-Richartz Museum. Köln, Germany.
Ste Veronica with cloth bearing image of Christ wood carving (c1500) from Lower Swabia at Museum of Decorative Arts. Paris, France.Veronica's Veil painting (1868) by Mourselo Aguilar of Mexico at Museum of Spanish Colonial Art. Santa Fe, NM.St Veronica's Handkerchief retablo by José Rafael Aragón at Harwood Museum of Art. Taos, NM.Vera Ikon (true icon in Latin, words which evolved into St Veronica's name) painting (c1420) attrib Meister von St Laurenz in Köln at Wallraf-Richartz Museum. Köln, Germany.
Christ carrying cross past Roman soldiers & Veronica holding cloth with image of face on Passion Facade at Sagrada Familia. Barcelona, Spain.Roman soldiers & Veronica holding cloth with image of Christ's face on Passion Facade at Sagrada Familia. Barcelona, Spain.Station of the Cross VI by Arlene Cisneros Sena in Golondrinas Chapel at Rancho de las Golondrinas. Santa Fe, NM.Crucifixion triptych painting by Rogier van der Weyden at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.
Christ carrying cross past Roman soldiers & Veronica holding cloth with image of face on Passion Facade at Sagrada Familia. Barcelona, Spain.Roman soldiers & Veronica holding cloth with image of Christ's face on Passion Facade at Sagrada Familia. Barcelona, Spain.Station of the Cross VI by Arlene Cisneros Sena in Golondrinas Chapel at Rancho de las Golondrinas. Santa Fe, NM.Crucifixion triptych painting (c1440) by Rogier van der Weyden at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.

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