This print of an icon of the Madonna of San Sisto in Rome, Italy hangs in the entry of the Monastery between two windows.

In the Middle Ages, it was thought to have been designed by Saint Luke the Evangelist and to have been painted by angels. To read more of why it is called The Miraculous Image of the Madonna of San Sisto and what happened when St. Dominic came in contact with it, press here.

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