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Statues section of our Religious Gallery, you
will find a large selection of Catholic saint statues
including St. Francis, St. Joseph, St. Michael,
St. Anthony, and St. Fiacre (the Patron saint of
St. Francis Statues
Statues of St. Francis are an extremely popular
choice for decorating one’s home or garden.
Francis called for simplicity of life, poverty,
and humility before God. He worked to care for
the poor, and one of his first actions after his
conversion was to care for lepers. Thousands were
drawn to his sincerity, piety, and joy. In all
his actions, Francis sought to follow fully and
literally the way of life demonstrated by Christ
in the Gospels.
The patron saint of animals and charitable deeds,
St. Francis (1182-1226) has proven to be an ideal
symbol in one’s garden. Juxtaposed with
the lush greens of your garden, St. Francis Statues
will evoke the pastoral splendor of Italy where
St. Francis himself walked, communing with the
Divine Spirit manifested in the world of nature.
You will notice that many of our Saint Francis
statues also serves as birdbaths and bird feeders.
St. Joseph Statues
As the husband of Mary, Joseph drew on a steady
faith in God to protect his wife and family during
hard times. His steadfastness as a guardian and
husband has made him the patron saint of fathers,
families, and workingmen. As a carpenter, he also
is associated with being the patron saint of real
estate and there is the belief that burying a
statue of him next to your for sale sign will
expedite the sale of your house. We don’t
recommend this with any of our statues.
St. Anthony Statues
Anthony was born in 1195 near Lisbon, Portugal
to a very wealthy family. However, for the sake
of Christ, he became a poor Franciscan priest.
His incredible speaking and presentation skills
led him into a life where he was constantly traveling,
evangelizing, preaching, and teaching theology
throughout Italy and France. He attracted crowds
everywhere he went, speaking in multiple tongues
and remains one of the most beloved of saints;
his images and statues found everywhere.
Like all saints, he is a perfect example of turning
one's life completely over to Christ. His popular
devotion made him the patron saint of finding
lost objects as he found himself by losing himself
totally to the providence of God.
St. Fiacre – The Patron
Saint of Gardeners
Born in Ireland, St. Fiacre was raised in a monastery
in a time when much of mankind's learning and
knowledge was left in the care and protection
of the monks. Travelers brought seeds and plant
material, as well as cultural enlightenment from
as far away as Rome and the Holy Land.
St. Fiacre's days at the monastery taught him
a deep love of silence, the joys of planting and
harvesting crops and an appreciation of nature.
Drawn to the religious life and the desire to
serve God in solitude, Fiacre decided to establish
a hermitage for worship. He traveled south and
chose a wooded area by the Nore River for his
home, with a cave for meditation, a well for drinking
water and the river for bathing.
Monks in those days were regarded as physicians
of the body as well as the soul. Soon people were
flocking to Fiacre for prayers, food and healing.
He fed the hungry and healed the sick with herbs
from his garden and prayed for all who came there.
Longing for solitude for his worship, Fiacre traveled
to France where the Bishop of Meaux granted him
land in a wooded area near the Marne River. He
built a hut near a well, clearing space for his
garden of vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs.
The first miracle attributed to Fiacre, which
later became cause for his sainthood, occurred
when he asked for additional ground for his garden
from the local Bishop. The Bishop Faro told Fiacre
that he could have as much land as he could entrench
in one day. According to legend, the next morning
Fiacre merely dragged his spade across the ground,
causing trees to topple and bushes to be uprooted.
Word of this miracle spread and people flocked
to him for food, healing and spiritual guidance.
St. Micheal Statues
St. Michael, the Archangel. The name Michael
signifies “Who is like to God” and
was the war cry of the good angels in the battle
fought in heaven against Satan and his followers.
Holy Scripture describes St. Michael as one of
the chief princes, and leader of the forces of
heaven in their triumph over the powers of hell.
He has been especially honored and invoked as
patron and protector of the Church from the time
of the Apostles.
Although he is always called the Archangel, the
Greek Fathers and many others place him over all
the angels - as Prince of the Seraphim. St. Michael
is the patron of grocers, mariners, paratroopers,
police and sickness.