This limited edition 24x30 framed canvas features the print "For God So Loved the World".
This product will be available for sale through June 30th, 2020.
The original painting was in a centuries-old church slated for demolition. A priest from Michigan saved it from certain ruin and brought it to the United States, where it became a family heirloom for a young Catholic doctor and his family. As far as we can tell, the original was painted in the 1700's by an unknown artist. The Latin inscription at the bottom reads, "Sic Deus Dilexit Mundum," and is translated, "For God So Loved the World" (John 3:16). This beautiful image, which bears a strong resemblance to the Shroud of Turin, has been an inspiration for thousands since we began publishing it in 1997.
We are offering this monthly line of limited-edition canvas art in assorted frames for half the price. Mark Nelson, the owner of our company, bought a warehouse full of assorted high-quality molding for a discounted price. He thought it would be great to pass on the savings to our customers: to help you all decorate your homes and churches, keep the liturgical seasons, and send high-quality gifts for half the price.
**Due to the nature of selling assorted mouldings, Catholic to the Max cannot guarantee that any duplicate art orders placed, nor any replacements or future frames ordered will match. One thing will match every time, though, and that is the price.**
( 2NWC-150L )