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May nothing disturb you! (St. Teresa of Avila had these verses written in her breviary**)

May nothing disturb you.
May nothing astonish you.
Everything passes.
God does not go away.
Patience
can attain anything.
He who has God within,
does not lack anything.
God is everything!*
(Translation by Jorge W. Suazo)
(*This last verse may be interpreted as "God is enough.")


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  • Fost-a trimis îngerul Gavriil de la Dumnezeu, într-o cetate din Galileea, al cărei nume era Nazaret, către o fecioară logodită cu un bărbat care se chema Iosif, din casa lui David; iar numele fecioarei era Maria.  Şi intrând îngerul la ea, a zis: “ Bucură-te, ceea ce eşti plină de har, Domnul este cu tine. Binecuvântată eşti tu între femei ”. Iar ea, văzându-l, s-a tulburat de cuvântul lui şi cugeta în sine: Ce fel de închinăciune poate să fie aceasta? Şi îngerul i-a zis: “ Nu te teme, Marie, căci ai aflat har la Dumnezeu. Şi iată vei lua în pântece şi vei naşte fiu şi vei chema numele lui Iisus. Acesta va fi mare şi Fiul Celui Preaînalt se va chema şi Domnul Dumnezeu Îi va da Lui tronul lui David, părintele Său. Şi va împărăţi peste casa lui Iacov în veci şi împărăţia Lui nu va avea sfârşit ”. Şi a zis Maria către înger: “ Cum va fi aceasta, de vreme ce eu nu ştiu de bărbat? ” Şi răspunzând, îngerul i-a zis: “ Duhul Sfânt Se va pogorî peste tine şi puterea Celui Preaînalt te va umbri; pentru aceea şi Sfântul care Se va naşte din tine, Fiul lui Dumnezeu se va chema. Şi iată Elisabeta, rudenia ta, a zămislit şi ea fiu la bătrâneţea ei şi aceasta este a şasea lună pentru ea, cea numită stearpă. Că la Dumnezeu nimic nu este cu neputinţă ”. Şi a zis Maria: “ Iată roaba Domnului. Fie mie după cuvântul tău! ” Şi îngerul a plecat de la ea. ( Luca 1, 26-38 )
  • Made in Paris, France 1898 Tanner painted The Annunciation soon after returning to Paris from a trip to Egypt and Palestine in 1897. The son of a minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Tanner specialized in religious subjects, and wanted to experience the people, culture, architecture, and light of the Holy Land. Influenced by what he saw, Tanner created an unconventional image of the moment when the angel Gabriel announces to Mary that she will bear the Son of God. Mary is shown as an adolescent dressed in rumpled Middle Eastern peasant clothing, without a halo or other holy attributes. Gabriel appears only as a shaft of light. Tanner entered this painting in the 1898 Paris Salon exhibition, after which it was bought for the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1899, making it his first work to enter an American museum.
  • Marko Ivan Rupnik was born 28 November 1954 in Zadlog, Slovenia near Idrija. He is the fourth child, after three sisters, born to Ivan and Ivanka Kaucic. In 1973 he entered the Society of Jesus. He studied philosophy in Ljubljana and then, in 1977, enrolled in the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome where he finished studies in 1981. Theological studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University of Rome followed. He was ordained a priest in 1985. Still at the Gregorian, he began a specialization in missiology. From 1987 to 1991 he lived in Gorizia at the Jesuit “Morning Star” Center where he worked mainly with youth. In 1991 he earned a doctorate from the Gregorian’s Faculty of Missiology with a dissertation on The Theological Missionary Meaning of Art in the Writings of Vjaceslav Ivanovic Ivanov.
  • Since September of 1991 he has lived and worked in Rome at the Centro Aletti, of which he is the director. He teaches at the Pontifical Oriental Institute, the Pontifical Gregorian University, Saint Anselm Pontifical Liturgical Institute, and gives seminars and lectures at numerous other European academic institutions. Since 1999 he has been a consultant for the Pontifical Council for Culture. In February of 2000 he received the “France Preseren” Award, the Slovenian Republic’s highest recognition for contributions to the cultural patrimony. In 2002 he was decorated with the honor “Sign of honor of the freedom of the Slovenian Republic”, conferred on him by the president of the republic. In 2003 he received the international “Beato Angelico” prize for Europe. His work as an artist and theologian has always been complimented with work that is more specifically pastoral, above all in leading numerous courses and retreats.
  • Besides many collective exhibits he has presented his works in personal exhibits among which those in: 1979 Rome, Italy Milan, Italy Baltimore, Maryland, USA 1980 Cleveland, Ohio, USA Ljubljana, Slovenia 1985 Ljubljana, Slovenia 1987 Rome, Italy 1996 St. Petersburg, Russia 1997 Triest, Italy Brno, Czech Republic Olomouc, Czech Republic Rome, Italy Cluj, Romania 2002 Genzano di Roma, Rome province, Italy In 1993 he painted the presbytery of the Saint-Martin Church of Troyes, France and in 1994 that of the Jesuit novitiate chapel of Kolín, Czech Republic. With Centro Aletti’s Atelier of spiritual art he has created mosaics in all the places indicated in Centro Aletti's web site: www.centroaletti.com
  • Crozier Annonciation milieu du XIIIe siècle Musée du Louvre Nada te turbe; nada te espante; todo se pasa; Dios no se muda, la paciencia todo lo alcanza. Quien a Dios tiene, nada le falta. Solo Dios basta. May nothing disturb you!  (St. Teresa of Avila had these verses written in her breviary** )  May nothing disturb you. May nothing astonish you. Everything passes. God does not go away. Patience can attain anything. He who has God within, does not lack anything. God is everything !* ( Translation by Jorge W. Suazo ) (*This last verse may be interpreted as "God is enough .")
  • Bunavestire (15)

    1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-1311591-bunavestire-15/
    2. 2. Carl Bloch (1834-1890) The Annunciation from the Chapel of Frederiksborg Palace Copenhagen
    3. 3. Eugène Emmanuel Pineu-Duval (Amaury-Duval) L'Annonciation 1860 Musée d'Orsay The Annunciation – 1st Mystery Mosaic from the Rosary Basilica, Lourdes, early 1900's
    4. 4. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) The Annunciation. The Flower of God. 1862. Gouache. Private collection, London
    5. 5. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) The Annunciation 1876 Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight
    6. 6. Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) The Annunciation and the Adoration of the Magi   Triptych 1861 Tate Britain
    7. 7. William Bouguereau (1825 – 1905) The Annunciation 1888
    8. 8. Rupert Charles Wolston Bunny (Australian painter 1864-1947) The Annunciation (1893) Private Collection
    9. 9. James Jacques Joseph Tissot (1836 - 1902) The-Annunciation-1886
    10. 10. Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859 – 1937) Annunciation 1898 Philadelphia Museum of Art.
    11. 11. Ivanov Alexander Andreevich (1806 - 1858) The Annunciation 1850
    12. 12. Frederick Pickford Marriott (1860-1941) Annunciation
    13. 13. John William Waterhouse The Annunciation - 1914 Sotheby's Collection
    14. 14. Annunciation Maud Sumner ( 1902 – 1957)
    15. 15. Jean Dunand The Annunciation 1933 an incised coromandel lacquered panel
    16. 16. Maurice Denis (1870 – 1943) Annunciation 1912
    17. 17. Melissa Anderson Scott, Annunciation 2007
    18. 18. Joseph Brickey Annunciation (1973)
    19. 19. John Collier (born 1948) American sculptor and artist, Annunciation
    20. 20. James Christensen (born 1942) The Annunciation 1989
    21. 21. James Seward (contemporary) Blessed among Women
    22. 22. THE ANNUNCIATION TO THE VIRGIN
    23. 23. Aurelio Bruni (contemporary, b.1955) The Annunciation
    24. 24. Federico Bollo (contemporary) The Annunciation 2007 Brigid Marlin (contemporary b.1936) The Annunciation
    25. 25. Vasili Nesterenko The Annunciation 2002 M.I. Rupnik, Annunciazione Città del Vaticano, Cappella Redemptoris Mater
    26. 26. M. I. Rupnik (Born 1954 in Zadlog, Slovenia) Annunciazione Chiesa del Sacro Cuore di Gesù Ortì (RC) – Italia M. I. Rupnik, Annunciazione Casa Incontri Cristiani Capiago Intimiano (CO)
    27. 27. M. I. Rupnik (Born 1954 in Zadlog, Slovenia) Annunciazione Chiesa delle Suore Orsoline Figlie di Maria Immacolata Verona 2006
    28. 28. Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda S ound: Mina – Nada te turbe

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