Our Lady of Knock
Queen of Ireland
Feast Day: August 21
This fine art portrait, printed on acid free, 80 lb. cardstock, with archival inks, is ready to frame. The watermark will not appear on your print.
This image is also available framed and in a plaque.
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In the small town of Knock, Ireland 1879, Our Lady appeared to two women in the back of the town church. Mary was clothed in white garments and wearing a brilliant crown. By her side were St. Joseph and St. John the Evangelist. Behind them, an altar with a lamb and a cross on it. The women called several others to the church who were also able to see this miracle. 10 days after the apparition a young girl, born deaf, was able to hear. By the end of 1800, over 300 cures were recorded by the parish priest. One-and-a-half million people make a pilgrimage to Knock annually.