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Inspired once again by the "top three" threads.

For devotions:

1. Holy Face
2. Holy Name
3. Jesus Prayer

For images:

1. Holy Face
2. Eucharistic Jesus
3. Christ the King
Devotions:

Sacred Heart
Holy Face
Holy Wounds and Precious Blood (I consider them very much intertwined)

Images:
Sacred Heart, especially ones depicting Him as King
Holy Face on the Shroud of Turin
Divine Mercy
For Devotions

1.  Eucharistic Adoration
2.  The Sacred Heart
3.  The Holy Cross

For Images

1.  The Eucharist
2.  Divino Niño
3.  The Sacred Heart
For devotions

1) The Infant of Prague

2) The Sacred Heart

3) The Holy Wounds

(And, of course, the Most Blessed Eucharist)

Images

1) The Infant of Prague

2) The Holy Face

3) The Holy Cross
1.  Jesus Prayer
2. Reading the Gospels
3. Personal prayer/Prayerbook prayers to Jesus

1. Icons
2. Word images from Gospels like " Vine", "Way" " Light" etc.
3. I don't have a third.
For devotions

1. The Eucharist

2. The passion, cross, precious blood, etc. They are all combined for me.

3. The Holy Name.

Not sure about images.

Perhaps anything trinitarian, I do like one icon which I can't remember the name of that depicts the three persons of the trinity as identical Christs.

I love the pieta and similar works as well.
I would like to add an addendum to mine- since people started posting Holy Eucharist, I consider my answer of Sacred Heart as Eucharistic since the Sacred Heart and the Blessed Sacrament are essentially the same.
(03-20-2017, 01:20 PM)TradCathYouth Wrote: [ -> ]I would like to add an addendum to mine- since people started posting Holy Eucharist, I consider my answer of Sacred Heart as Eucharistic since the Sacred Heart and the Blessed Sacrament are essentially the same.

I love that! I also like the idea that the Eucharist is the heart of the Church as the mystical body of Christ.