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Online Edition - March 2006, Vol. XII, No. 1

The Footwashing -- Jesus Christ Establishes the New Covenant before Calvary

The Footwashing - Copyright ©2006 Msgr LaFemina

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Monsignor Anthony LaFemina, a canonist, theologian and iconographer, is on the staff of the Diocese of Charleston. His icons and explanations have appeared in Adoremus Bulletin and Voices. (His icon of the Priesthood, and essay on its meaning appeared in the Adoremus Bulletin, May 2002; see also Prayers for Priests on the Adoremus web site: www.adoremus.org/Prayers-for-priests.html.) 

Monsignor Anthony LaFemina, who created the icon of the Priesthood, tells us that the Diocese of Charleston has copies of the icon.

For information, write or call the Charleston chancery office:
Andrea Crawford, Administrative Assistant,
119 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29402.
Phone: (843) 853-2130


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