Lady of La Salette Apparition Figurine
In 1846, two children, Maximin and Melanie, saw a beautiful lady in white robe studded with pearls, a gold apron, a crucifix around her neck, and a high headdress.
The lady had her face buried in her hands, apparently weeping of a punishment that was to come. According to the children, her message was for people to respect the name of God. True enough, months after, a period of famine followed, which validated the children’s accounts.
Pique interest and spark a discussion about the event and the message with this hand-painted figurine.
- 3.5" height.
- Hand painted.
- Individually packed in a personalized box.
- Decoration item.
- Makes a great gift.
- Fun way to learn about Saints and Faith.
- Educators, teachers and parents love them.