Natalín. 26. Art student.
Art, feminism, and shit.
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lemon2jul:

burning-lampstand:

"Regina Angelorum" by William Bouguereau, 1900
"Mary, too, as mother of the divine Christ, as his associate in the redemption, in his struggle with his enemies and his final victory over them, has a share, though in a limited and analogous way, in his royal dignity. For from her union with Christ she attains a radiant eminence transcending that of any other creature; from her union with Christ she receives the royal right to dispose of the treasures of the Divine Redeemer’s Kingdom; from her union with Christ finally is derived the inexhaustible efficacy of her maternal intercession before the Son and His Father." —Pope Pius XII, Ad Coeli Regninam, No. 39

http://www.torildartistes.com/blog-2/inspiration/

lemon2jul:

burning-lampstand:

"Regina Angelorum" by William Bouguereau, 1900

"Mary, too, as mother of the divine Christ, as his associate in the redemption, in his struggle with his enemies and his final victory over them, has a share, though in a limited and analogous way, in his royal dignity. For from her union with Christ she attains a radiant eminence transcending that of any other creature; from her union with Christ she receives the royal right to dispose of the treasures of the Divine Redeemer’s Kingdom; from her union with Christ finally is derived the inexhaustible efficacy of her maternal intercession before the Son and His Father." —Pope Pius XII, Ad Coeli Regninam, No. 39

http://www.torildartistes.com/blog-2/inspiration/