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    St. Agnes “Christ made my soul beautiful with the jewels of grace and virtue. I belong to Him whom the angels serve.”- St. Agnes In Latin Agnes means lamb (agnum) which sounds like her name. The symbol of the lamb is youth and innocence. This is symbolized for her because she died at a very young age. Purity,Innocence, and Faith are three words that greatly describe St.Agnes. She lived from 291 to 304 AD and was martyred during the rule of Diocletian at the age of twelve or thirteen. St.Agnes…

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    mentioned in Wilkens book, but also many times in the Bible. Galatians 4:4 states that “But when the set time had fully come, God sent his Son, born of a women and born under the law” (2, pg. 1062). This means God had the perfect time set for His son who Mary had given birth to under the Jewish law to go and redeem those who believe in Christ (1, pg. 1976). John 1:14 says “The word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came…

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    Mary Maloney had now moved out of the house where she killed her husband Patrick. She moved into a small apartment where she was going to raise her unborn child she was a month away till it's due date. She didn't know its gender. So she decorated the nursery with Winnie the pooh characters. Mary thought about how she killed Patrick often and how she had gotten away with it so easily. But she did wonder if he would have been a good father if would have helped put the bed together, and help pick…

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    this time was Mary Queen of Scots. According to British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Mary Stuart was born to Mary of Guise and James V of Scotland in Linlithgow Palace during the December of 1542. Since Mary’s father died while she was only six days old, she was handed the title of queen and Mary’s mom acted as regent (1). Mary had a tough life, as did anyone who lived in the 1500’s. She had many targets on her back being the Queen of Scotland and the Queen Regent of France. Mary Queen of…

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    Incarnation came to be accurate. An angel named Gabriel appears to Mary and tells her that you will have a child named Jesus. Knowing that Jesus means “God saves”, she is confused because she has never had relations with a man. Gabriel goes on to explain to her that her son will be the Son of God, the most holy and divine. This account proves that Jesus was developed by the Holy Spirit to start his work of salvation on Earth. Mary, the Mother…

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    Religious Statue Analysis

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    When looking at the entrance all I can think about is that statue in the image represent a community and in this case is a religion community, with the virgin standing proud and strong in the middle of the door showing the powerful image of power and adoration making it the central focus point of the church, after you can notice the rest of the statues that differ a little in size but still have a big enough standing point to remain important, when you see the rest of the image you can tell the…

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    years later, 1574, she converted to Roman Catholicism. John was fully supportive of her conversion being that his brother was a priest. He even paid the fines she received for not attending the church services. They had three kids Anne, Henry and William, and lived in The Shambles. Since being a Catholic was not an option at this time, there weren't any priests or churches in the city. In order to follow through with her religion, Margaret harbored priests in her home in York, and another home…

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    Sainte-Chapelle Chelsea Gross ARTH-100 OL1 Art History Essay Professor Landrus November 17th, 2014 Word Count: 1524 The Sainte-Chapelle is a royal medieval Gothic Chapel. The chapel was commissioned by Louis IX of France to hold his collection of Passion Relics. [1] The Sainte- Chapelle is one of the earliest surviving buildings of the Capetian royal palace and is considered a high achievement…

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    name blackened in the village. Despite women being the most vulnerable to being accused of witchery during this period, the most responsible person for the dreadful hangings is a woman. Her name is Abigail Williams, one of the primary accusers of the Salem witch trials of 1692. Abigail Williams is the most responsible for these tragic hangings because she lies for her own benefit, she’s jealous of a married man’s…

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    year old girl with a burning passion for someone she cannot have. She will do anything she can to get the man of her dreams and Elizabeth Proctor nor Mary Warren will get in the way of that. Miller creates the character, Abigail Williams with a tenacious and manipulative personality to obtain the person she loves. One of the characters Abigail Williams affects is John Proctor. According to the Puritans, John Proctor commits a sin known as adultery. This began the chaos as soon as Abigail wanted…

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