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  • Their landscape committee has reduced its fertilizer use to protect the animals that call Saint Luke's home, including a flock of wild turkeys.

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  • a long line of low land ending in a lofty cape -- San Lucas, which meant, in English, Saint Luke.

    Gold Seekers of '49

  • Took the kid to Saint Luke's, but he died on the way.

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  • A 14th-century Neapolitan example that allegedly contains a bit of the arm of Saint Luke has a shining hand grasping a golden quill - which alludes to his writing a Gospel and drawing the Virgin.

    Art review: Splendor abounds in museum's display of grisly holy relics in Baltimore

  • He knows that there is more opportunity here for him than anywhere else in Italy, and he also knew that he would never be admitted to the Guild of Saint Luke if he did not please you.

    The Poet Prince

  • On the day of the original Easter, Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus, along with another revered artist who would be known to history as Saint Luke, founded the Order of the Holy Sepulcher.

    The Poet Prince

  • According to tradition, this icon was painted by Saint Luke himself.

    The Black Madonna

  • On this Third Sunday of Easter, Saint Luke relates how the Risen Christ walks with his disciples, makes their hearts burn within them by his words, and reveals himself in the breaking of the bread.

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  • Saint Luke tells us that Jesus Christ is the fulfilment of all God's promises, the Messiah who fully possesses the Holy Spirit in order to bestow that gift upon all mankind.

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  • Saint Luke tells us, moreover, that the shepherds themselves were "surrounded" by the glory of God, by the cloud of light.

    Archive 2008-12-21

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