- Two standard colour to choose from.
- Burn time of more than 24 hours
- ~14 cm height and ~11 cm wide (Measurements may vary due to each candle being hand-carved)
- Want to keep the candle? Once the hole is large enough, you can place one of our soy tea-light candles.
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Looking for a personalised candle for your upcoming event? Here in Church Candles, we have just the one you want. These candles are specially hand carved out entirely from a blend of high-quality paraffin wax. With intricate designs all around the candle and Our Lady of Lourdes wax decoration. This candle is a beautiful piece that will look fantastic in the middle of some bright flowers, or even on its own. It will even be a wonderful gift that is sure to please many. Perfect for Catholic Ceremonies! Also suitable for Weddings, Funeral or Anniversaries. Or simply buy them as a gift or for yourself or your loved ones! Personalised it with scripture verses the way you like. So stop looking!
Our Lady of Lourdes
The first apparition occurred 11 February, 1858. There were eighteen in all; the last took place 16 July, of the same year. Bernadette often fell into an ecstasy. The mysterious vision she saw in the hollow of the rock Massabielle was that of a young and beautiful lady. “Lovelier than I have ever seen” said the child. But the girl was the only one who saw the vision, although sometimes many stood there with her. Now and then the apparition spoke to the seer who also was the only one who heard the voice. Thus, she one day told her to drink of a mysterious fountain, in the grotto itself, the existence of which was unknown, and of which there was no sign, but which immediately gushed forth. On another occasion the apparition bade Bernadette go and tell the priests she wished a chapel to be built on the spot and processions to be made to the grotto. At first the clergy were incredulous. It was only four years later, in 1862, that the bishop of the diocese declared the faithful “justified in believing the reality of the apparition”. A basilica was built upon the rock of Massabielle by M. Peyramale, the parish priest.