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Statue, Religious


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Nom de l'objet : Statue, Religious
Type de l'objet : Statue, Religious
Catégorie de l'objet : Communication Artefact
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Ceremonial Artefact
Matériaux : Metal
Numéro de catalogue : FB.2008.001.003
Numéro d'accession : FB.2008.001.003
Description : Metal, paint, felt, metallic grey, white; metal covered with white paint; Jesus with his arms spread wide both hands broken off metal showing; metal also showing on the nose; Jesus is wearing flowing robes with a sacred heart in centre, standing on a pedestal; crown of thorns is on left, chalice on right; base he is standing on says "SACRED HEART OF JESUS/ THY KINGDOM COME" and has a brown felt bottom; statue is hallow.
Commentaires : Sacred heart is a religious devotion to Jesus physical heart as the representation of divine love for humanity. Stresses Christian concept of loving and adoring Jesus. In the 17th century a French nun named Marguerite Marie Alaconque had a vision from Jesus. In the vision he told her to devote herself to a veneration of his heart as the heart was the centre of communication between human and the divine. There is a feast of the sacred heart 19 days after Pentecost which always falls on a Friday. This statue of the Jesus and the sacred heart is from the St. Augustine's Catholic Church in Rustico. The Treaty of Paris gave Acadians, who were Catholic, the right to practice their religion. By 1786 Catholics were allowed to own land on Prince Edward Island. In 1792 the first St. Augustine's church was built by the residents of Rustico. It was replace in 1806 and again in 1834 it was decided to be rebuilt again in a gothic style. Construction on the new church lasted until 1845 when the interior was finished but embellishments were continued for the next few years. St. Augustine's was the Pro-Cathedral of the Diocese for 22 years, 1837 to 1859, when F. Bernard MacDonald was appointed Bishop for the Diocese of Charlottetown but chose to continue living in Rustico.
Hauteur : 18
Largeur : 9.5
Établissement : Farmers' Bank of Rustico
Ville de l'établissement : Hunter River
Province de l'établissement : Prince Edward Island
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