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Baby Jesus with Round Pillow
Baby Jesus with Round Pillow
Baby Jesus with Round Pillow
Baby Jesus with Round Pillow
Baby Jesus with Round Pillow
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Baby Jesus

Baby Jesus with Round Pillow

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Introducing our exquisitely crafted Baby Jesus with Round Pillow, a traditional masterpiece that brings the spirit of Christmas to life.

Meticulously hand-painted with utmost care, this representation of the Holy Infant exudes a sense of warmth and innocence.

The accompanying round pillow, with a diameter of 5.12'' | 13cm, is adorned with delicate rose flowers in a palette of soft, beautiful colors, adding an extra touch of elegance to this timeless piece.

Perfect for creating a centerpiece in your nativity scene or as a standalone symbol of the miraculous birth.

Celebrate the true essence of Christmas with this charming depiction of Baby Jesus, a symbol of love, hope, and joy that resonates with the spirit of the season.

Size5.12'' | 13cm

Key Features:

  • Traditionally crafted Baby Jesus.
  • Intricately hand-painted for a lifelike appearance.
  • Round pillow featuring beautiful rose flowers in assorted colors.
  • A heartwarming addition to your Christmas decorations.

This image (statue) is made in Fatima, Portugal, painted by hand, and blessed by the local priest before shipping.

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Baby Jesus with Round Pillow

ABOUT THE MIRACLE OF FATIMA

What is the Origin of the Miracle of Fatima?

Our Lady of Fatima, the Blessed Virgin Mary, is known for Her apparitions in 1917 to three shepherd children at Cova da Iria, in Fatima, Portugal.

The Miracle of Fatima (also known as the Miracle of the Sun) happened between May and October on the 13th day of each month, at approximately noon. The three children: Lucia and her cousins Jacinta and Francisco (ages 7, 9 and 10) were spoken to by a luminous lady who entrusted them with three secrets.

The first secret was a frightening vision of hell, “where the souls of poor sinners go,” and contained an urgent plea from Our Lady for acts of prayer and sacrifice to save souls, with particular emphasis on praying of the rosary and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

The second secret prophesied the outbreak of World War II and contained the prediction of the huge damage that Russia would do to humanity by abandoning the Christian faith and embracing Communists’ totalitarianism.

The third secret was not revealed until 2000. Its revelation coincided with the beatification of Francisco and Jacinta. It did not contain any cataclysmic prediction, but, instead, the vision affirmed the immense suffering endured by witnesses of the faith. Sister Lucia, the surviving member of the three children, confirmed that in the vision “the Bishop clothed in white,” who prays for all the faithful, is the Pope. As he makes his way with great difficulty towards the Cross amid the corpses of those who were martyred, he too falls to the ground, apparently dead, under a hail of gunfire. It is possible that the vision predicted the 1981 attack on Pope John Paul II’s life. The Pope has always credited the Virgin for his survival.

The Miracle of the Sun occurred in October 13, when a crowd of seventy thousand people who had gathered in Fatima, in response to a prophecy made by the three children. The prophecy was that the Virgin Mary would appear and perform a miracle on that date. The crowd witnessed an extraordinary zig-zag dance of the sun in the sky that lasted ten minutes that afternoon. No one had ever seen such a phenomenon. The whole crowd was in awe.

Located in the center of Portugal, the Sanctuary of Fatima built in honor of the Miracle has become the fourth biggest Catholic pilgrimage site in the world, receiving between 4 and 5 million visitors every year. Both Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis have visited the Sanctuary to pray to Our Lady of Fatima, next to thousands of devoted pilgrims.

The pilgrims gather for one of the most beautiful processions in the Catholic Faith: the Procession of the Candles. Millions of people light a candle and follow the image of Our Lady of Fatima at night as It moves around the Sanctuary, praying and singing Her praises.



ABOUT LOJA ESPERANÇA

Loja Esperança is a religious art store in the heart of Fatima, Portugal, one of the cradles of the Catholic Faith. Our vast collection of sacred articles is made from the highest standard of silver, gold, and wood. All articles can be custom made.