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Images of Santa Magdalena de Nagasaki (1611-1634)

ICONOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION 
AS A DOMINICAN TERTIARY
 Processional Image of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki
in Santo Domingo Church, Quezon City, Philippines


Sta. Magdalena of Japan in the Torment of the Pit (Tsurushi 釣殺し) 
illustrated by J. Puigart and J. Miró published in a book (Lit. Hurtado, Barcelona, Spain).


 Computer Painting  of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki
by Filipino Kevin Angelo R. Eguia


 A Contemporary Sketch of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki
by Filipino Vincent Galileo Loiz (2001)


 A Painting of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki



                               One of the Women Martyr depicted in this Painting 
                                                is Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki




ICONOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION 
AS AN AUGUSTINIAN RECOLLECT TERTIARY



Sta. Magdalene of Nagasaki is also honored 
by the Augustinian Recollect Sisters in the Philippines by placing a painting of her 
(depicting her in a kimono with the black Augustinian cincture/belt) 
at their Tagaste Retreat House,
named after Santa Monica de Tagaste (Mother of St. Augustine), established in 1991 
and located along Magallanes Drive, Tagaytay City, Province of Cavite, Philippines



Oil painting of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki 
at  the Seminary of St. Ezekiel de Pozos de Santa Ana (Costa Rica)




Collage of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki
 by Esteban Peña, OAR


Contemporary Drawing 
of Sta. Magdalene de Nagasaki 

by Gonzalo Tassier




The Official Image of St. Magdalene of Nagasaki by Adriano Ambrosioni





                     Oil Painting of Sta. Magdalena de Nagasaki by Giovanni Hajnal 

                           at the Curia of the Order of St. Augustine in Rome, Italy




Sta. Magdalene of Nagasaki in the book "Vivorum illustrium arctioris discalceatorum instituti in eremitano divi augustini ordine athletarum : IV centenario di Fondazione dell'Ordine degli Agostiniani Scalzi (1592-1992)" by Himlstejn-De Groos, (Prague, 1674)



Oil painting of Sta. Magdalene of Nagasaki
by Ida Lucio at the International College of Saint Ildefonso in Rome, Italy



The Recollect Martyrs of Japan, including Magdalene, in the General History of OAR, 2. Engraving by Claudio Coello (1683).


Sketch by Rafael Nieto, OAR. Augustinian Recollects. Marcilla (Navarra, Spain).



Stained Glass Window by Rafael Nieto, OAR. Provincial Curia of St. Thomas (Madrid)
Drawing by Gonzalo Tassier



Augustinian Heaven. Stained Glass Window. Stone Church. City of Panama (2002)



Image of Sta. Magdalena de Nagasaki in San Sebastian Church in Manila, Philippines












                    A Painting entitled "Tre Maddalene" (Three Magdalenes), 1634
                  depicted by Andrea Sacchi in the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica 
                           (National Gallery of Ancient Art) in Rome, Italy.
         It depicts St. Mary Magdalene at the center, St. Magdalene de Pazzi on the left
       and St. Magdalene of Japan on the right wearing the Augustianian Recollect Habit









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PRAYER


V. Pray for us Sta. Magdalena de Nagasaki,
R. That we may be made worthy of the promises of Christ.


Let Us Pray:
O God, fountain and origin of all fatherhood, you made Sta. Magdalena faithful to the Cross of Christ to the point of shedding their blood; grant through their intercession, that, spreading Your love among the brethren, we may be called and become in reality Your Children. Through Jesus Christ Our Lord. Amen.

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