Mary And The Popes Exhibit 2014 ~ Part 1
Radio Veritas 846 holds a Marian Exhibit dubbed as Mary and The Popes that will showcase different Marian Images from different places of the country and so as relics from different Popes as part of the Totus Tuus Tour ( a solemn public exposition and veneration of the sacred relics of St John Paul II and Blessed Ivan Merz). It is going to be a one-month long exhibit starting from August 30 to September 28 which can be found on the South Pavilion of SM Mall of Asia. I’m lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit the exhibit and witness the stunning images of our blessed Mother and so as the relics from the recently canonized saints Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II.
The exhibit covers a small area of the SM Mall of Asia’s south pavilion and it showcases more or less 60 Marian Images. Allow me to share you some of the photos I have taken inside the exhibit.
Aside from the Image of Our Lady of Veritas in front of the exhibit, you will be welcomed too by this huge replica of St Peter The Apostle
Assumption of Our Lady ~ Celebrated every August 15 which commemorates with the death of Mary and her bodily assumption into Heaven before her body begins to decay.
Our Lady of Piat ~ A 16th Century Roman Catholic Icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the central figure of the altar shrine in Piat in the province of Cagayan.
Immaculate Heart of Mary ~ The icon symbolizes her joys and sorrows, her virtues and hidden perfections, and, above all, her virginal love for God the Father, her maternal love for her son Jesus, and her compassionate love for all people.
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Cebu (Our Lady of Guadalupe of Cebu) ~ Honored as Queen and Patroness of Cebu
Virgen Dela Regla (Our Lady of the Rule)
Virgen De Las Flores
Nuesta Señora Del Buen Suceso De Parañaque (Our Lady of Good Success)
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Hi Blue Dreamer, I was browsing on Google and bumped into your blog. I was greatly overwhelmed seeing my Assumption here. I grew hopeless of seeing Our Lady over the internet. I just loved it! Thank you!