Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J.
¡ Viva Cristo Rey !
Reliquary in Las Vegas, Nevada This oil painting reliquary was commissioned by a devotee in Nevada.
Icon of Miguel Pro, S.J. Sacred Heart Church in Peoria, IL, was recently renovated, and the Saints of the Americas line the upper portion of the nave walls. Blessed Miguel Pro is pictured in one of the many disguises he adopted while carrying out his hidden ministry.
Relic Card from El Paso This is an early relic card from El Paso, Texas
Reliquary Case for Fr. Pro's Coffin This theca was commissioned by a devotee in the Philippines.
Reliquary Case for Fr. Pro's Coffin This beautiful repository was once a clock.
Image of Fr. Pro Smiling This is a new realistic pastel portrait by Kathy Crosse
A Quilt in Honor of Blessed Pro Beverly Likely sewed a beautiful quilt in honor of her patron.
Statue of Pro Whatís the connection between Blessed Miguel and Star Wars? The artist Peter Kelley !
A Relic from Blessed Miguel Paolo, a seminarian in the Philippines, made a striking reliquary to display a relic of Blessed Miguel’s casket.
A Relic Card of Pro in German John, a young man from England, found a treasure among his grandfather’s things.
Two Relic Cards Margarita cherishes her childhood memory of giving out “estampas” of Blessed Miguel with her grandmother.
Cartoon Strip: Blessed Miguel Pro's Life A lively cartoon strip depicting Blessed Miguel’s life.
Icon of Blessed Miguel Pro Terrance J. Nelson shows our martyr’s love for Our Lady, icon style.
Icon of Blessed Miguel Pro Noted artist Father William. McNichols was commissioned to do this stunning icon of our martyr; page has links to McNichols other art and poetry
Devotional Statue of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Father Dennis Evenson presented a statue of Pro to Father Fernando Suarez, S.J., Pro’s postulator, in Mexico; Father Bart de la Torre,O.P., a cousin of Blessed Miguel, took one to Father David Fernandez, S.J., also in Mexico.
Image of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. on a handkerchief. This depiction of Pro is prison art and is called a panuelo. The prisoner who made it used a manís handkerchief for his canvas.
Shrine Dedicated to Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. This is a photo of the original shrine to Blessed Miguel in Houston, Texas, at St. Francis Religious Goods. The shrine has now been enlarged and visitors are always welcomed by the proprieters Carol and Lawrence leLeux
Watercolor of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Connie Henderson depicted Blessed Miguel in water colors.
Rosary Belonging to Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Maria Pro Cox, Blessed Miguel’s great niece, inherited the family treasure – the rosary Miguel was holding at his execution.
An Image of Miguel Pro, S.J.A prisoner in Indiana executed this oil painting of Pro in a form of surrealistic art reminiscent of Frida Kahlo’s style.
An Icon of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Father William McNichols painted this icon of Pro with some other Jesuit martyrs as the Companions of Christ.
A Pastel Image of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Pro has been depicted in many art forms. This artist used pastel chalk for this image.
Reliquary of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. The first class relic of Blessed Miguel is on permanent display at the shrine to Pro in St. Francis Religious Goods in Houston. The reliquary was blessed by Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. It has traveled through the Archdiocese and in Austin and Corpus Christi, Texas (photos of the travels are here.) Any interested parish in the diocese may contact Ann at Annalert@aol.com to make arrangements for the relic to visit.
A Statue of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Noted ecclesiastical artist Enrique de la Vega sculpted Pro in this beautiful ceramic. The page contains a link to de la Vega’s other work.
A Drawing of Blessed Miguel Pro, S.J. Even the youngest of artists have depicted Blessed Miguel in his dramatic death scene.
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