St. Luke - Banner (883)
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of Turvey Abbey
Feast Day 18th
He lived in the first
century, possibly a Greek from Antioch, who was trained as a doctor (he is
refered to by Saint Paul as 'our beloved physician'). He was a gentile and a
Christian convert and a disciple of Saint Paul. He wrote a Gospel and the Acts
of the Apostles. Tradition suggests that he may have had direct contact with
Mary, Mother of Jesus, he certainly had time and opportunity to meet
those who knew Jesus personally.
His Gospel, written from
the perspective of a non-Jew, emphasises that it is a 'Universal Gospel'
because Jesus died for the salvation of all. It has also been called the
'Gospel of Mercy' for its references to Jesus' compassion & care for the
sick, the marginalised and sinners.
O Lord, shall make known the glorious splendour of your reign Ps144: v12 Psalm from the Mass on the Feast of St Luke.
Banner: Dye sublimation printing on a 100% close weave, natural feel polyester
material with dowling, tulip wood end caps and gold hanging cord. An extra
depth of approx. 12" should be allowed when measuring to allow for the
hanging cord. A sample of the material can be supplied upon request.
Floor standing Roller / Pull-up banner: These banners
have a self-winding cassette mechanism and extending support pole made from
durable anodised brushed aluminium. The banner size is 79" x 31.5" /
200cm x 80cm and printed on 180 micron matt-coated vinyl. Includes a free
padded carry bag to store your banner when not in use.
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