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click This recently finished painting of a memorial to St. Dominic which stands in Fanjeaux, France is one of my recently finished paintings and is now hanging in the St. Cecilia Motherhouse in Nashville, TN.

gabapentin 300 mg for dogs side effects From the hill of Fanjeaux, St. Dominic could look over a sweeping landscape. On the night of July 22, 1206, as he looked down on the land of his labor, Dominic could see the church of Sainte Marie de Prouilhe. Some of the women he had converted had settled there and had dedicated themselves to caring for the apostolic needs of the Church. But on this July night, he saw something new: a globe of fire had descended from the sky, and it rested over the church of Prouilhe. This sign of God, or “Seignadou,” as it came to be called, served as a confirmation of his work. The church of Prouilhe was to become the first foundation of the Dominican Order. Through their penance and prayer, women in the cloister of Prouilhe would join in St. Dominic’s work for the salvation of souls.

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