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St. Stephen and the Virgin & Child

The Hungarian Bishops’ Conference has a surprisingly handsome logo (above) depicting their patronal saint, King Stephen I, bestowing his crown to the Blessed Virgin and Our Saviour. Some might think the depiction of the Madonna & Child a touch too cartoonish, but I enjoy it.

This post was published on Thursday, June 4th, 2009 11:59 am. It has been categorised under Church Design Hungary Saints and been tagged under , , , .
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  1. Baron v Senden
    5 June 2009
    2:31 pm

    It is absolutely charming.
    One might note in passing that the present Cardinal Archbishop of Budapest is quite good on the liturgical question.

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