Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Our Lady Of Lourdes Stained-Glass Window, Llandudno Catholic Church, Wales.



Illustration: LAWRENCE OP FLICKR

Our Lady of Lourdes.

In 1858, The Immaculate Virgin Mary appeared to Bernadette Soubirous, near Lourdes, in France, in the cavern called “de Massabielle.”

When asked to describe The Lady of The Vision, Bernadette said:

"She has the appearance of a young girl of sixteen or seventeen. She is dressed in a white robe, girdled at the waist with a blue ribbon which flows down all along Her robe. She wears upon Her head a veil, which is also white; this veil gives just a glimpse of Her hair and then falls down at the back below Her waist.

Her feet are bare, but covered by the last folds of Her robe, except at the point where a yellow rose shines upon each of them. She holds on Her right arm a Rosary of white beads, with a chain of gold shining like the two roses on Her feet."

This Stained-Glass Window of Our Lady of Lourdes is in Llandudno Catholic Church.

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