A Fiesta of Mercy ... In a Former Synagogue

A few weeks ago, I felt very blessed to be a part of the "Fiesta of Mercy Congress" at St. Paul's Community Center in San Antonio (the former Agudas Achim Synagogue).  The event blended San Antonio's 2017 Fiesta season with Divine Mercy weekend ... hence ... Fiesta of Mercy!  Besides meeting nice people and gleaning great information, a lot of the artwork at the location was a delight to behold.

One of the Several Stars of David on the
Ceiling of the old Agudas Achim Synagogue

A Few of the Wonderful Stained Glass Windows ...

 Teaching a Divine Mercy String Trick to Some Great Kids ...

The utilization of an Ark of the Covenant replica
for the Tabernacle at the Adoration Chapel.

A statue of my patroness,
St. Therese, also in the Adoration Chapel.

 A Torah Left Behind by the Agudas Achim Congregation ...

A Presentation on "Saints of Mercy"
There were actually SEVERAL presentations going on all day.

A Mural of St. Jeremiah Discovered Beneath Some Plaster
(Jeremiah Being Pulled From the Muddy Cistern by the Ethiopian - Jer. 38)

A Note of Gratitude From the Artist

St. Paul Community Center
(formerly the Agudas Achim Jewish Synagogue)

My First Fiesta Medal Ever!

(Guadalupe Radio - Rise & Walk)