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nerviovago · 3 months ago
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gotht · 11 months ago
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hystericmanifesto · a month ago
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By Kyle Montgomery
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heyitsmehaneul · 6 months ago
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𝐉𝐔𝐍𝐆𝐊𝐎𝐎𝐊 𝐌𝐀𝐒𝐓𝐄𝐑𝐋𝐈𝐒𝐓 (𝐕𝐈)
SERIES ONESHOTS
Wicked
Damn, The Delivery Boy
Edge
Angel In The Darkness
Hands On Learning
When Opposites Attract
I Don’t Like A Gold Rush
The Sadness Of Things
Naughty Pictures
Endgame
Tastes So Good
Spots
Drown In Your Body
Falling
30-Love
Navy Blue
Sanity
The Habits Of A Broken Heart
Cockblocked
Dotti
How Can I Help You Sir?
Oops
You Belong With Me
Soaked N’ Slipped
The Art Of Boxing
Too Much, Too Little
The Present
Crescent Bound
Piss Off Your Parents
Tinkerbell
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ynhart · a month ago
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The Seven Sorrows of Mary
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m-sukumo · 3 months ago
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Cassie || Our Lady of Sorrow
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coriesu · 5 months ago
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Three Kings
Eyvind Earle -1966
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awanqi · a year ago
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Paintings of the story of the Assumption of the BVM
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ad-jesum-per-mariam · 6 months ago
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Blessed Virgin Mary depicted in traditional Japanese clothing 🇻🇦🇯🇵
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profetizamos · 9 months ago
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Embroidered icons made by Ukranian women imprisoned in the Soviet gulags, by Olga (surname unknown), 1946, and Hanna Protskiv-Liven, 1949.
As Dr. Oksana Kis, scholar of Ukranian women in history, describes, “There was...a need for religious rituals, although this was strictly prohibited in the gulag. The women managed to make thin ropes from rye bread and little crosses from toothbrushes and embroider little icons on some scraps of cloth, to which they prayed as if it were a genuine church image. They conducted group prayers on Sundays and improvised liturgies on major feasts. The women themselves performed the liturgical roles of the priest and the deacon, which is absolutely ruled out for women in customary life. In those conditions, their need for the Divine Service was stronger than principles of the church canon.”
The women would make the embroideries for and present them to their friends, for whom the embroidered entreaties beg for freedom and mercy.
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thingsfromthedirt · 5 months ago
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angeldame · 10 months ago
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𝐼 𝑝𝑟𝑎𝑦 𝑓𝑜𝑟 𝑙𝑜𝑣𝑒 ✞
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littleflowerfaith · 8 days ago
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Madonna of the Meadows
Margaret W. Tarrant
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heyitsmehaneul · 8 months ago
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𝐉𝐔𝐍𝐆𝐊𝐎𝐎𝐊 𝐌𝐀𝐒𝐓𝐄𝐑𝐋𝐈𝐒𝐓 (𝐈𝐕)
SERIES ONESHOTS
Couple’s Workout
The Garden Thief
Beast
Harvest Moon
I Want You
Which As They Consume, Kiss
Canvas
Instant Gratification
Waking Up In Vegas
All I Want
High End
Fuckboy Training
Oh My God They Were (Quarantined) Roomates
Delicate
Apartment 224
Silver Ink
Valentines Date
How To Care For Your Hybrid
Knot Today
Workout For Me
Workout
The Bet
Fun And Games
Howling For You
Hold Me Close
Written In The Stars
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ynhart · a month ago
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It is finished.
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nerviovago · 7 months ago
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coriesu · 15 days ago
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Our Lady of Fatima
Charles Bosseron Chambers
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juliet3 · 8 months ago
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life-imitates-art-far-more · 6 months ago
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John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) “The Annunciation” (1914) Oil on canvas Pre-Raphaelite Currently in a private collection
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bitchfrank · a month ago
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Basilica of San Albino // Skylines and Turnstiles - My Chemical Romance
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