Why we love Our Lady of Lourdes "à la française” in our Home
The Story of our New Our Lady of Lourdes Statue
Statuettes of the Our Blessed Mother made in Lourdes, France hand-painted, from pastel to fluorescent, in all the colors of the rainbow.
Confidence, prayer, and joy are the values that animate our working days. — Aurélia and Hortense/ Creators Our Lady of Lourdes Statues
Aurélia and Hortense are working with the diocese to organize healing time. In 2020 the pandemic has stopped their momentum but not their desire to share prayer, hence the idea of going to Lourdes to buy statuettes to customize.
They fell in love with this statue representing Mary in all its simplicity, the delicacy of the features of her face is revealed by the color, thus offering a comforting presence of peace and love in homes. In the past in France, every room in the house had a crucifix, a sign of spirituality, and the importance of surrendering to God.
In 1858, the virgin appeared in Lourdes, to Bernadette Soubirous, a young girl of modest origin. She says she attended eighteen apparitions of a person posing as "the Immaculate Conception". It is this representation drawn by a nun in the 1950s that gave birth to their model. These inspired creations will illuminate your prayer corners and will bring protection and benevolence “à la française” in your home.