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Wednesday, June 23, 2010

SACRED IMAGES SAINT CHARLES CHURCH IN NORTH HOLLYWOOD

2010 THE YEAR OF VALLEY ADVENTURES

Tile Mural of Saint Charles Borromeo, Bishop of Milan Italy 1584 - Holy Family Services Center North Hollywood - Photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley.
Detail from the Tile Mural of Saint Charles Borromeo, Bishop of Milano 1584 (click on image to enlarge) San Carlos is the patron saint of the California missions.

Tabernacle in the Eucharistic Chapel of Saint Charles Church in North Hollywood. Photo by Gerald Fecht for the Archives of The Museum of the San Fernando Valley 2010.
Detail from Stained Glass Window in the Eucharistic Chapel of Saint Charles Borromeo church in North Hollywood. Icon represents the membership of Jesus in the House of David. Generally the Ivory Tower represents the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus.

Detail from Stained Glass Windows of the Eucharistic Chapel of Saint Charles church in North Hollywood. Oak branches usually signify that Jesus was a descendant of the Jewish House of Jesse.

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