Once upon a time, in a small Polish village called Zalipie, somebody painted a flower on their ceiling in order to cover up a soot mark caused by the stove. Ventilation was poor back then, and soot stains were a common sight in most if not all of the houses, and so other people started concealing the marks with their own little flowers until every house was covered in them.
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This c. 1939 photo shows the chapel at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle, NYC, devoted to St. Therese of Lisieux, "the Little Flower." (The altar was later removed.) This chapel once honored St. Justinius but was dedicated to St. Therese after her canonization in 1921. The murals were created by American artist Augustus Vincent Tack. The lower mural shows a procession through the streets of Lisieux at the time of St. Therese's beatification. (From a booket by Paulist Fr. Joseph Malloy, pg…
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