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No. 142261

Post images regarding religious imagery, particularly in regards to Christianity. Post nuns, angles, Jesus merch, cathedrals, churches etc

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I love this thread

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No. 142280

good thread

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No. 142289

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Other anons itt are you religious? I'm not, I just enjoy the dark/spiritual feeling of some of these pictures.

No. 142293

I wish she was my wife. Somber.

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i'm kind of is complicated to say

No. 142304

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I love Gustave Dore's illustrations of angels.

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I want to be her friend, we could take lots of pictures together and we could pray before sunrise.

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No. 142357

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i like the creepy gory wooden religious statues they have in the spanish tradition

No. 142376

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nayrt but its from the 1971 film The Devils!

No. 142392

damn anon, it looks interesting as hell kek but sadly i cant find it anywhere

No. 142395

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OMG great thread!! I love those crying Catholic Mary statues, they are so emotive and beautiful

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No. 142397

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nta, but holy shit, I've always wanted to see this movie but I forgot about it!! Also planning to watch picrel

No. 142424

This is a nice thread. Im catholic but I haven't been to church in years. Kinda want to practice again.

Lovely pictures.

No. 142615

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Yeah it's weirdly hard to find, and I had to wait so long to find pairs after several test I downloaded it on this site : https://filmyanju.co/the-devils-1971-bfi-upscale-full-torrent-magnet-download-full/

(I choose that first itorrents mirror link, it was a very heavy .mkv file but it also contains all the cut scenes as well as some interviews and extras!)
It's a great, but emotionaly exhausting movie, I'm so mad that there is no proper restauration of it!

You can also see it here on the internet archive but I don't know if it includes all the cut scene, and it was very laggy on my computer, but maybe it will work for you!

I didn't know about novitiate but I want to see it now!

No. 142621

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Black Narcissus (the original) is another great nun-centric movie as well.

No. 142641

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thank you for the recommencation nunnie!

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No. 142722

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So I'm an ex-Muslim but I come from shia family, the Shia sect never had the restrictions regarding artwork that Sunni Muslims had so we have some cool religious paintings
Most of the realated related to Hussein, the grandson of Muhammad and how he was betrayed, saw all his loved ones(wife, brothers, friends and His children) killed before him and his head sliced off

No. 142723

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Previous pic was his wife morning their dead infant son btw

No. 142724

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Hussein mourning the death of his friend John who died

No. 142726

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I know this looks like a painting of Jesus, but its actually Hussein

No. 142727

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Hussein's horse Zuljana(also important to Shia Islamic canon) mourning the Death of Hussein

No. 142729

Wow, this is a beautiful piece. Thanks for posting anon

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No. 144429

me scrolling thru the farms on mobile.

No. 148124

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Julian of Norwich: Mystic and catlady.

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st. xenia of st. petersburg

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No. 148504

Oh god, no. Sexy nuns somehow feels out of place here. Can we keep the pics in this thread strictly religious instead of derivative versions of religious imagery?

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No. 150870

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I love old churches like in pic related.

No. 150871

Completely agree. I'm not a christian but I enjoy the mood of this thread. Don't ruin it with coomerism.
So cute!

No. 150887

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I love churches, both old and modern, there's something really fascinating about architecture and art serving religious purpose in the space specifically designed for it. Old churches were specifically designed to overwhelm the poor people who would never see a more impressive place - especially in cathedrals case - and modern churches usually focus in their design on something quite the opposite, more barren and ascethic to take peoples mind away from the usual visual noise that overwhelms them on a daily basis. It's so interesting how these opposite approaches serve the same purpose, showing how times have changed. I know it's an /m/ so sorry about going on about all that but I just want to share in hope someone feels the same!

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No. 150893

Don’t really have cathedrals where I live but when I visited France and saw the old ones I really liked the “in a cave” musty smell they have.

One of them happened to be painted white inside instead of bare soot-stained stone, and while stone is nice the white paint entirely transformed the space. It was so much brighter and more open feeling than the other ones I had been in, couldn’t help but wonder why more aren’t like that.

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I'm pretty sure most of the time preservation of the original look of the space is a priority, that's why it's not being changed up, but with Church attendance being less and less in some countries I wouldn't be surprised to see these spaces taken and modernized, either in effort to bring people back in or to transform the space to something else, that would be interesting to see happen more. Otherwise I think maybe sometimes in some churches it's actually intended for them to feel somewhat opressing and overwhelming, not too "open", to instil fear (of idk, gods judgement) and accentuate how small and weak human is against what's holy. I wonder though.
On the topic, I wonder if stained glass are a thing in every country? In mine I think every sinle church has them (if only there are windows), but I think it may not be the case everywhere. They can be very beautiful sometimes, even if art itself is nothing special, just the way it looks when the sun shines through is fascinating

No. 150897

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I don't know if it fits the religius theme but really love the look this war nurse recruitment poster.

No. 150930

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>old churches were specifically designed to overwhelm the poor people who would never see a more impressive place
Man I still felt like that seeing some Orthodox churches in Russia, they are more ornate and luxurious looking than any building I've been in. Just covered in gold and painted from floor to ceiling, kind of intimidating even.

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I felt this way when I visited the Vatican. Even with a cynical view on the business of religion, it's still undeniably incredible to be in these spaces that other humans managed to create. I'm not religious but some of those fancy bougie made me cry and feel things

No. 151168

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Stained glass is my absolute favorite. Just the whole aesthetic of churches. Catholic imagery especially, half of it is nostalgia of being passively raised Catholic.
metal as fuck

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No. 151173

I'm not a fan of religion at all, straight up criticial of it tbh, but I feel it's contributions to art and architecture almost justifies it's existence.

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No. 151186

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Saint Michael is always drawn hot, I would trade places with the demon btw

No. 151187

Damn he is drawn hot lol

No. 151189

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he's always been depicted as hot, his whole thing is that he's a hot soldier and he's been depicted by the male standards of beautry in different era's and culture

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> he's been depicted by the male standards of beautry in different era's and culture
>2019: um

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ah yes top tier hottie

No. 151210

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While I was hiking once I found a virgin mary statue in a cave. It was such a weird place, it was in a fairy tier forest near a monastery, I also took pics of an empty waterfall filled with cairns from there

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also have pretty abandonned church from saint-étienne-le-vieux

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No. 151225

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This looks so magical, what a great find!
Not quite as appealing as little chapels or figures in the nature, but something that can be found in Poland are little chapels inbetween housing estates, it always has a little bit of surreal feeling to it when you enter this kind of hidden area to discover a little Holy Mary in her little house, decorated with flowers or candles.

No. 151315

Those bulletholes, fug.

I really like those small shrines that are near the roads or crossroads, I was once once planning to go on a country trip to photograph them and maybe put up on a blog, but I'm have no car and I'm too chicken to go on a bike.

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Reminds me of the holy well from the movie Song of the Sea.

No. 151342

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This sounds amazing. May I ask where this was exactly?

No. 151344

Sounds like amazing roadtrip idea and I'm sure a lot of people would appreciate a photo collection of these, there are so many and they can be so different! I hope you will be able to do it someday.

No. 151349

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I think a few people in Poland did this with amazing results. I feel like there may have been an photography exhibition with this theme, but couldn't find it. Have a blog (running for 11 years) instead:
Not all of photos are of shrines (many are of figures of different saints), but it's still worth seeing

No. 151351

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another blog
damn, I just find there were like 30 books published in Poland on the topic. Need to buy at least one.

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No. 151361

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From a Catholic feminist blog

>The only path to Christ I can see is His Blessed Mother, Mary. Here she is, a holy woman with an innocent baby, the child who relies on her completely for his every need. This is something I can relate to, an image I can cling to as my vision of earthly manhood crumbles into dust. I’ve been pregnant and given birth to and nursed my newborn, staring at his sweet eyelashes and imagining only joy in our future. At this moment, I can think of God not as a man, but as a baby with a mother.

I'm not a Christian but I do like the idea, the idea of a God with a Human mother who learned to love us and would be willingly to sacrifice himself for us

No. 151388

I suddenly gained a visceral understanding of why it's comforting for Christians to have a God who lived as a man

No. 151395

These have both brought out very strong emotions in me. I'm actually considering converting again tbh. Big thank you to OP and everyone posting in here. ♥

No. 151402

I'm not even a Christian and It's likely all made up but as I said I do like the Idea of Christianity compared to the other faiths I studied, A God who learned to love you and died for you is a reassuring thought that maybe you are worth something

No. 151408

AYRT, I'm Jewish, well, non-practicing now. Judaism never really resonated with me, no matter how hard I tried. There's a lot of scepticism and I have other issues with the culture too. It could well be a "grass is greener" type situation for me and I'm well aware religion is most likely a cope but it's certainly a nice cope to have. Like you said, someone who wasn't even technically human that learned to love humans despite our many flaws and then died for us is very reassuring. It's a comforting thought for me during uncertain times. Christian artwork has been a great help too, it's such a deeply moving genre imo. Even agnostics, atheists and other religions can't help but admire it and I think that says a lot about the quality of works the genre produced.

No. 151434

As an ex-Muslim I have to agree, I don't believe in it but I do see this as better then my religion Islam, Islam has a lot of shitty problems, such as the Arab supremacy aspect, the fact that we have to recognize a pedophile warlord was the greatest human being to ever exist and follow his twisted example of how a state should be run

No. 151439

literally google it mary was probably between 12-14 years old. sick shit

No. 151445

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The thing is it's not real, there was a self taught Jewish Preacher who had a small following, we cannot know what his real message was and what he wanted but he was executed by the State in his death he became a God through Idolization and hope
what matters is the figure of Christ as a man and as a God, and with regards to the Virgin Mary she has the figure of both of a simple saintly woman and the Queen of Heaven and in the Middle ages she was also the Empress of Hell
Any way here's Mary beating a demon while an angel holds the baby Jesus

No. 151482

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kek I've never heard of this before. Empress of Hell should be a metal band name.

No. 151490

During my religious crisis I read the Quran after my father tried talking me into converting to Islam like he did and whew, that is uh, not for me. He also gave me the Arab supremacy schtick about how a good Arab girl like me should convert, even though most of my Muslim relatives resent the fact that I am Jewish by blood, and I know I'd get similar judgments if I did convert to Islam. The fact that Christianity has a more global appeal is a comfort. I'm sick of having racial shit mixed with religion. I just want to find my niche, and hopefully some comfort. Not got into /pol/ tier debates about supremacy.

No. 151491

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Again I'm not a Christian and both are equally made up imo, but Christianity has the aspect of Cultural flexibly that Islam lacks
Think of it like this, when a people group are converted to Christianity they are fundamentally changed but the religion its self is changed and evolves, it takes on aspects of the native peoples cultures, an example of this would be how in most Bible Translations people will use the Name of their former highest pre-Christian God for well God, which connects them to their pre-Christian culture, in Islam everyone calls God Allah, its not even a name, its just Arabic for "The God" but Muslims around the world will use Allah cause Islam is built on Arab supremacy
Just look at the difference between African Christian's and African Muslims, most African Christian's have retained most of their previous culture and heritage, African Muslims dress in the same awful looking clothing and pray in the similar dialect of Arabic that is not in their mother tongue

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No. 151508

Is this in Pripyat?

No. 151514

Which church is this, it's gorgeous!

No. 151519

St. Mary's Basilica, Kraków

No. 151524

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In the forest surrounding the monastery of Val de Consolation (east of France)

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No. 154301

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Heres a classic

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No. 154906

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I have this picture on my wall kek

No. 154968

Where is this? So strange that the genitals are painted in detail but one of the people's heads are censored.

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This is a detail from the cycle of frescoes on the dome of the Santa Maria del Fiore cathedral in Florence! I chose that picture because it includes the balcony where people walk, hopefully to give a idea of the size of those figures alone. The lowest part of the dome represents souls being punished for the seven deadly sins, the picture i posted in particular is wrath (on the left) and gluttony (on the right) iirc. The guys face isn't censored, it was probably a spot where the fresco was so deteriorated with time that it couldn't be restored. I think it was normal back then to represent souls and angels naked

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Samefag this is the bit dedicated to Lust with souls having their genitals tortured. They were not worried about censoring lol

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I need to watch this again.

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