From the Lorica

An excerpt from the Lorica (or Breastplate) of St. Patrick.

 

 

Digital construction: Lori Gloyd (c) 2006

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Posted on November 6, 2006, in Lori's Choir Loft, Mandalas. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. What a beautiful icon Lori. I found a book of Russian Icons languishing in a Charity Store the other day and I must scan in some images to share here.

  2. Oooo, thanks for the idea. Maybe I’ll try to construct a Russian icon too. Drawing the people might be hard, though.

  3. Fabulous! The image just pops out of the page.

  4. This looks great, so vibrant.

  5. Anyone know what “salus tua, Domine, sit semper nobiscum” means? I would like to know..
    Frogita

  6. This is the last line of the Lorica (or the Breastplate of St. Patrick). It means “May your salvation, Lord, be upon us.”

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