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Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]
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Limestone figures and relief panels adorn the facade of a church. Three relief panels are set in the Gothic arched tympanum of the three main entrances to the church. The relief on the left depicts the Nativity. An angel hovers over a manger. Joseph stands on the proper left and Mary on the proper right. The center relief depicts the Crucifixion. Christ hangs on the cross in the center of the relief. He is flanked by Roman soldiers. Immediately beneath the cross are Mary (on the proper left), Mary Magdalene and St. John (on the proper right). The relief on the right depicts the Ascension. Christ hovers amidst radiating light, and is flanked by two awestruck kneeling figures. In addition to the reliefs, three full-length figures are set in individual niches high on the church facade. The figure of the Blessed Mother stands beneath the main gable facing west. Her hands are folded at her heart. The figure of St. Henry of Bavaria faces west. He holds a scale model church in his proper left hand. A figure of St. Boniface of Fulda is located beneath a gable. He wears a mitre and holds a crozier in his proper right hand. Twenty-two gargoyles and grotesques decorate recessed areas and the eaves around the entire facade of the building.

The church was dedicated in 1912. Sangernebo sculpted the gargoyles, and possibly the relief panels above the main entrance. The figures of St. Boniface, the Blessed Mother, and St. Henry are possibly by Kriner. The stonework was directed by John Ittenbach, president of G. Ittenbach.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana survey, 1994.

Source: Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012

SOS! Link: siris-artinventories.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=…

Located at St. Mary’s Church, www.saintmarysindy.org/

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]
Indianapolis churches
Image by WikiProject Public Art
Limestone figures and relief panels adorn the facade of a church. Three relief panels are set in the Gothic arched tympanum of the three main entrances to the church. The relief on the left depicts the Nativity. An angel hovers over a manger. Joseph stands on the proper left and Mary on the proper right. The center relief depicts the Crucifixion. Christ hangs on the cross in the center of the relief. He is flanked by Roman soldiers. Immediately beneath the cross are Mary (on the proper left), Mary Magdalene and St. John (on the proper right). The relief on the right depicts the Ascension. Christ hovers amidst radiating light, and is flanked by two awestruck kneeling figures. In addition to the reliefs, three full-length figures are set in individual niches high on the church facade. The figure of the Blessed Mother stands beneath the main gable facing west. Her hands are folded at her heart. The figure of St. Henry of Bavaria faces west. He holds a scale model church in his proper left hand. A figure of St. Boniface of Fulda is located beneath a gable. He wears a mitre and holds a crozier in his proper right hand. Twenty-two gargoyles and grotesques decorate recessed areas and the eaves around the entire facade of the building.

The church was dedicated in 1912. Sangernebo sculpted the gargoyles, and possibly the relief panels above the main entrance. The figures of St. Boniface, the Blessed Mother, and St. Henry are possibly by Kriner. The stonework was directed by John Ittenbach, president of G. Ittenbach.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana survey, 1994.

Source: Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012

SOS! Link: siris-artinventories.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=…

Located at St. Mary’s Church, www.saintmarysindy.org/

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]
Indianapolis churches
Image by WikiProject Public Art
Limestone figures and relief panels adorn the facade of a church. Three relief panels are set in the Gothic arched tympanum of the three main entrances to the church. The relief on the left depicts the Nativity. An angel hovers over a manger. Joseph stands on the proper left and Mary on the proper right. The center relief depicts the Crucifixion. Christ hangs on the cross in the center of the relief. He is flanked by Roman soldiers. Immediately beneath the cross are Mary (on the proper left), Mary Magdalene and St. John (on the proper right). The relief on the right depicts the Ascension. Christ hovers amidst radiating light, and is flanked by two awestruck kneeling figures. In addition to the reliefs, three full-length figures are set in individual niches high on the church facade. The figure of the Blessed Mother stands beneath the main gable facing west. Her hands are folded at her heart. The figure of St. Henry of Bavaria faces west. He holds a scale model church in his proper left hand. A figure of St. Boniface of Fulda is located beneath a gable. He wears a mitre and holds a crozier in his proper right hand. Twenty-two gargoyles and grotesques decorate recessed areas and the eaves around the entire facade of the building.

The church was dedicated in 1912. Sangernebo sculpted the gargoyles, and possibly the relief panels above the main entrance. The figures of St. Boniface, the Blessed Mother, and St. Henry are possibly by Kriner. The stonework was directed by John Ittenbach, president of G. Ittenbach.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana survey, 1994.

Source: Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012

SOS! Link: siris-artinventories.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=…

Located at St. Mary’s Church, www.saintmarysindy.org/

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]

Figures on St. Mary’s Church by Sangernebo, Alexander; Kriner, William (1911) [Control # IAS IN001087]
Indianapolis churches
Image by WikiProject Public Art
Limestone figures and relief panels adorn the facade of a church. Three relief panels are set in the Gothic arched tympanum of the three main entrances to the church. The relief on the left depicts the Nativity. An angel hovers over a manger. Joseph stands on the proper left and Mary on the proper right. The center relief depicts the Crucifixion. Christ hangs on the cross in the center of the relief. He is flanked by Roman soldiers. Immediately beneath the cross are Mary (on the proper left), Mary Magdalene and St. John (on the proper right). The relief on the right depicts the Ascension. Christ hovers amidst radiating light, and is flanked by two awestruck kneeling figures. In addition to the reliefs, three full-length figures are set in individual niches high on the church facade. The figure of the Blessed Mother stands beneath the main gable facing west. Her hands are folded at her heart. The figure of St. Henry of Bavaria faces west. He holds a scale model church in his proper left hand. A figure of St. Boniface of Fulda is located beneath a gable. He wears a mitre and holds a crozier in his proper right hand. Twenty-two gargoyles and grotesques decorate recessed areas and the eaves around the entire facade of the building.

The church was dedicated in 1912. Sangernebo sculpted the gargoyles, and possibly the relief panels above the main entrance. The figures of St. Boniface, the Blessed Mother, and St. Henry are possibly by Kriner. The stonework was directed by John Ittenbach, president of G. Ittenbach.

Save Outdoor Sculpture, Indiana survey, 1994.

Source: Inventories of American Painting and Sculpture, Smithsonian American Art Museum, P.O. Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, D.C. 20013-7012

SOS! Link: siris-artinventories.si.edu/ipac20/ipac.jsp?&profile=…

Located at St. Mary’s Church, www.saintmarysindy.org/

How would you decorate a desk to look like a control module for a space station?

Question by Ash: How would you decorate a desk to look like a control module for a space station?
My church is doing a camp for special needs kids and the theme is Galactic Blast. I need ideas on how to decorate the front desk… Any suggestions?

Best answer:

Answer by Starrysky
Computer(s) and screen(s) and keyboard(s) and joystick(s) and software for astronomy or space travel running on them. A video projector or large flat screen TV with computer images might be neat.
Painted white cardboard or foamcore board with a shape other than familiar rectangular. Slant sides, sharp angles (corners that are safe, though) and an overhead console would add to the impression.
A modern pilot’s chair like I. Miller or Saarinen or Eames
http://evincodesign.com/tulip-side-chair.html
You can get space documentaries on DVD about Hubble, space shuttles,

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What is the official teaching of the Catholic church regarding artificial birth control?

Question by girl with skillz: What is the official teaching of the Catholic church regarding artificial birth control?
Please list your source and thank you so much (:
God bless!

Best answer:

Answer by Captain Nebula! (Returns)
That its bad.

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How much control should church leadership have over an individual’s personal outreach?

Question by LaLaLa: How much control should church leadership have over an individual’s personal outreach?
Like for example an individual wants to go speak or sing at another church on Sunday, a person wants to write a religious blog or articles, a person wants to lead a group of people in some type of outreach in the public…should should leadership be involved or discourage this type of behavior?
I should add what if you are part of church leadership? Church heads tend to be more controlling of those who are involved in church leadership…

Best answer:

Answer by Qil
None, let people find their own way. One way will never work for everybody.

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