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Little Madonnas of Rome

Why is there a statue of a cat on a building in Rome?

The mystery of a cat, the Virgin Mary, and a very fearless baby.

Rome’s “truest” Madonna: The Madonna of Divine Love

The end of our tour of the Madonnelle brings us to the most beloved of all the images.

Beautiful and famous: The Madonna of the Image of Ponte

Nearing the end of our May tour, today we find one of the most famous of the Madonnelle.

The sea god and the Madonnelle

Our May tour of Rome's Madonnas brings us to the square of the Trevi Fountain.

The Madonnelle on the palaces of power

Our May tour of Rome's Little Madonnas brings us to the humble Virgin as she watches over the rulers of the world.

Rome’s Madonnas and “Good Little Phil”

Our May tour today brings us alongside a faithful son of Our Lady, who is also patron of Aleteia's English edition

The Madonna who consoled those condemned to death

Today's stop on our May tour brings us to the image where Our Lady saved an innocent man from the gallows.

The Madonna in the “painted grotto”

In our tour of the Madonnelle, today we find one of the many images dedicated to Our Lady breastfeeding Baby Jesus.

This is how the Madonna of Pompeii arrived in Rome

On our May tour of the Madonnelle, today we visit with a grandson who is keeping alive the legacy of his grandfather's faith.

Madonna of the Orphans: Practically covered in gratitude

Our tour of Rome's Madonnelle today takes us to a relatively new shrine that highlights Mary's generosity.

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