The corporal works of mercy are given in the account of the final judgment in Matthew’s Gospel chapter 25. They are the only criteria for entrance into the heavenly realm given in the Gospels. They are illustrated in a stained glass window you can see by following the links below.
Corporal works of mercy
on the doors of the Duomo of Orvieto
A wonderful synthesis is given on the facade of the cathedral of Orvieto.
Facing the setting sun, several elements of the facade speaks of time beyond the day, figuratively beyond history: eternity.
Here are the doors. Here is a link to another image of the doors.
The corporal works of mercy in stained glass
The overall window, link here.
Feeding the hungry, link here.
Clothing the naked, link here.
Giving drink to the thirsty, link here.
Visiting the sick, link here.
Welcoming the stranger, link here.
Visiting the imprisoned, link here.
Burrying the dead.