“I am the Immaculate Conception” ~ Our Lady of Lourdes.
Our Lady of Lourdes Statue is made to order. All finishes may vary throughout production due to their hand-painted application.
This statue is cast in solid fiberglass resin, a durable polymer with the look and feel of ceramic. Resin statues feature finer detail and greater strength than other materials. They are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use.
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Lourdes is the citadel – the school of the supernatural because there miracles have been and are in evidence. The contact of the divine on the human is there obtrusive and compelling. There are on the earth a certain number of privileged spots, where the mercy of the good GOD loves to manifest itself with a sort of prodigality. These blessed places are called Sanctuaries, that is to say, places specially sanctified and sanctifying. And now you can create a beautiful grotto in honor of Our Lady of Lourdes at your residence, school, or chapel.
” Cast then, O Mary, one look of pity upon the devotion and the love of Pius IX. ; upon his meekness under tribulations. * * * Console our Sovereign Pontiff; console the universal Church. Have pity on our dear country, Italy, from which the gift of faith, its most precious treasure, would fain be taken away. * * * * Hasten the hour of triumph, you who at the marriage feast of Cana hastened the hour for the public manifestation of the power of your Divine Son. With confidence, therefore, do we place at your most sacred feet the palm of victory. Pius IX., your devoted son, and our Supreme Pastor, sends it to you, because you are victorious over all adversities. “
The Immaculate Mary of Lourdes is due the palm, because she has triumphed over all the op- positions, uncertainties and the malice of man. Therefore, long live the Madonna of Lourdes, who has been victorious over all adversities.
Source: “The immaculate Conception” by Vigo, Hilary Maurice, 1878.