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ST. LUKE'S DAY, OCT. 18

ON ST. LUKE'S DAY IN BALOGNA, ITALY, THE PORTRAIT OF THE MADONNA
AND CHILD, WHICH IS BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN PAINTED BY ST. LUKE, IS
CARRIED IN PROCESSION TO THE CHURCH OF ST. MARK WHERE THE PICTURE IS
KEPT FOR VENERATION DURING THE NEXT WEEK.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; MARYGROVE COLLEGE ; DETROIT ; CAMPUS

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- F101
BELIEF -- Religious hero
BELIEF -- Product or activity of man or animal
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