The statue of “The Resurrection” located in the Vatican's Paul VI Audience Hall is receiving some restoration work which is scheduled to finish by December 9th. The statue can often be seen behind the pope during his general audiences that are held in the hall.
October 3rd also marked the 34th anniversary since the statue was introduced to the hall by it's creator Pericle Fazzini.
When he created it in 1977, Fazzini explained that the statue shows Jesus rising from the crater of a nuclear bomb. “The Resurrection” is made from bronze and measures 66 feet tall and 23 feet wide.
now I'm confused. didn't Jesus ride a T-Rex to battle? They already invented the bomb back then? Talking about a messed up timeline. Damn artists and their weed.
Among those sacred subject of the report is Fazzini, the impetus for almost neo-baroque flight, in the beautiful chapel of St. Angelo St. Frances Cabrini Eugenio in Rome (1950), modeled the door in '65 for the church of the Autostrada del Sole and the great sculpture of the Resurrection (20X7X3 m) bronze and brass of '75 which is the background to the Hall of Audience at the Vatican in which the image of Christ resurgent rises glorious from the grave and benign, but a vast and dense tangle of semi-abstract shapes symbolizing the garden of Gethsemane where He suffered the agony that accompanies the soaring upward motion with linear elements in the projected space, evoke the apocalyptic power of an atomic explosion.
lol i actually never noticed the swastica on his robes in that till now.. damn.I think this pic somes up the Holy Roman Catholic Church . It would be so cool to have a picture of nero to compare to .
It is what it is . Even tho its as poor a depiction of christ as I have ever seen , Than the fact that it clearly breaks the law of Moses no graven images.Whatever it is, it would be an awesome 1920x1200 desktop.
That's because that pic of his pallium has been altered. They're red crosses that represent the blood of Christ.lol i actually never noticed the swastica on his robes in that till now.. damn.
The pallium is a circular band of fabric about two inches wide, from which two twelve-inch-long pendants hang down, one in the front and one in back. It is ornamented with six small, red crosses distributed about the shoulders, breast and back, and is fixed in place by three golden pins, symbolic of the nails with which Christ was crucified.
For his formal inauguration Pope Benedict XVI adopted an earlier form of the pallium, from a period when it and the omophor were virtually identical. It is wider than the modern pallium although not as wide as the modern omophor, made of wool with black silk ends, and decorated with five red crosses, three of which are pierced with pins, symbolic of Christ's five wounds and the three nails.
If your going to debunk a pic it would be nice to Show us the orginal unaltered pic . Those symbols don't mean anything bad other than than nazi used them . But you offered no proof that that pic was altered none . Get the same pic without swatz thats proof than you show this pic . which is as bad as the other 2 if not worseThat's because that pic of his pallium has been altered. They're red crosses that represent the blood of Christ.