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Religious Gallery

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Choose from 61 pictures in our Religious collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Royalty - Lambeth Garden Party - Buckingham Palace, London Featured Print

Royalty - Lambeth Garden Party - Buckingham Palace, London

The Queen among the guests at the Lambeth Garden Party at Buckingham Palace. At her side is the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Michael Ramsey. Seen with hand to face is the Bishop of Stepney, the Rt. Rev. Trevor Huddleston, formerly Bishop of Masai.

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Customs and Traditions - Well Dressing - Tissington, Derbyshire Featured Print

Customs and Traditions - Well Dressing - Tissington, Derbyshire

An example of the custom of well dressing to be found in Tissington, Derbyshire. The custom dates back to the mid 14th Century and the time of the Black Death. Folklore has it that the purity of the water in the five wells of Tissington kept the village from being ravished by the plague. Another story relates the the severe drought suffered in 1615, when the wells never ran dry. In each case, the well dressing arose from the villagers gratitude.

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Religion - Cardinal Bernard Griffin - Home Park, Plymouth Featured Print

Religion - Cardinal Bernard Griffin - Home Park, Plymouth

Plymouth commemorated 'the simple son of a Wessex land-owner' with a colourful pageant in the Home Park, Plymouth Argyle Football Club's ground, attended by 15, 000 Roman Catholics led by Cardinal Bernard Griffin, Archbishop of Westminster. The pageant recalled the life and death 1200 years ago of Winfred, the Saxon who became known as the Apostle of Germany, and later was canonised as St. Boniface. Winfred was martyred by marauding tribesmen in the territory called Friesland, now known as Holland. Picture shows Cardinal Bernard Griffin in the procession prior to the High Mass which followed the pageant. Cardinal Joseph Wendel, Archbishop of Munich and Friesing celebrated the High Mass.

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