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The central image shows a priest celebrating Mass. The Hand of God the Father reaches through the heavens to bless the sacrifice.

I drew saints especially dear to the patron in the borders; Our Lady of Walsingham, St. Athanasius, St. John Chrysostom, St. John Fisher and John Henry Newman. Below Athanasius, the words Quicumque Vult appear in a stylized interlocking form; the honeycomb below John Chrysostom is a traditional symbol of a great orator.

Medium: Drawing, color ink on Bristol board
Dimensions: 5" × 7"
Year: 2015

The original drawing was made on private commission.

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