Saturday, February 11, 2017

On the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes

Our Lady of Lourdes Marian GrottoBernadette, The Little Girl from Lourdes

Last year our girls each received a Marian Grotto Kit in their Easter Baskets! I believe I ordered the kits from Catholic Child. You can also find them over at Sacred Heart Books and Gifts and Amazon. The older girls assembled their grottos last May (for the feast of Our Lady of Fatima - the Our Lady of Fatima Grotto kit is perfect for this year's 100th anniversary!) but Rose saved hers for the February 11th feast of Our Lady of Lourdes.  After enjoying French Crêpes and Cocoa for brunch she started creating her miniature grotto! 

Note: The older girls used regular glue and many of their gems eventually fell off and had to be regaled on. It also took forever to dry in between steps. To save some time I helped Rose glue the project together with the hot glue gun. I added the glue and she placed the popsicle sticks and gems. It turned out lovely!

O Lady of Bernadette, with the stars of heaven in your hair and the roses of earth at your feet, look with compassion upon us today as you did so long ago on Bernadette in the Grotto of Lourdes.

Happy Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes! 


  1. So sweet!!

    2017-02-13 03:24:49

  2. Great idea as an Easter basket gift for my youngest. She loves the story of Our Lady of Fatima. Thanks sharing!

    2017-02-13 14:59:27

  3. Thank You for this post on The Feast Of Our Lady Of Lourdes. St. Bernadette is my patron saint ,so i loved this post. Rose you did a great job on your kit. Marion

    2017-02-13 22:47:47

  4. Rose you did a wonderful job. The kit turned out beautifully. Thank You for sharing this post. Marilyn

    2017-02-13 22:50:06

  5. Beautiful craft... it came out lovely.

    2017-02-14 03:36:32

  6. A Beautiful craft and wonderful creating Rose!

    2017-02-24 18:33:12


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