Crowd-funding project to restore a Roman painting of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

On this Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, an interesting project has crossed my radar which you might like to participate in, to the honor of the Mother of God.

There is a crowd-funding project to restore a painting of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in one of the Roman Basilicas, San Pancrazio, which happens to be the last of the Roman Stations to end the Easter Octave. The church is under the care of the Discalced Carmelites.

HERE

The Ecstasy of Saint Teresa of Avila by Palma the Younger

There is a good description of the painting and its history, what needs to be done with it and how the costs break down.

Even a small amount will help. That’s how crowd-funding works!

Our Lady of Mount Carmel, pray for us!

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2 Responses to Crowd-funding project to restore a Roman painting of Our Lady of Mount Carmel

  1. bergaminjo says:

    Done! Thank you for posting this!

  2. John F. says:

    Thanks for the heads up Fr. Z. A donation has been made.