ST. JOSEPH PATRON OF THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH - FRAMED
In this striking new picture, St. Joseph is pictured holding the child Jesus with the humble handmaid Mary by his side and the Angels around and behind them holding a banner that reads: "ITE AD IOSEPH" which is Latin for "Go to Joseph". While St. Joseph holds a lily to symbolize his great purity in one hand, his other hand extends in blessing over a church building which represents the Universal Church. The original, painted by Giuseppe Rollini, is currently at a side altar in the Sacred Heart Church in Rome. This print is framed in an ornate gold frame underglass and is ready to hang. Measures 15 1/2" x 11 1/2".