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Holy Spirit Holy Water Font

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Original price $34.95 - Original price $34.95
Original price
$34.95
$34.95 - $34.95
Current price $34.95

Description: 

This beautiful Holy Spirit Holy Water Font from the new collection is perfectly designed with a falling dove emblem that can be wall mounted or sit atop a table. The dove centerpiece gives a simple but passionate tribute to the reality of Confirmation, reminding us to recognize the Holy Spirit. These gifts for Confirmation feature a traditional message and a modern design approach. Arrive in a gift box!

    Item No.

    AV-D1354

    Product Information
    • Holy Spirit Holy Water Font
    • Designed with a descending dove as a reminder of the Holy Spirit with us.
    • Material: Resin
    • Size: 4-1/2 x 5" H
    • The gift box is included.
    Story and Symbolism

    The Holy Spirit empowers us to become fruitful members of Christ's Body. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the Holy Spirit is the proper name of the one whom we adore and glorify with the Father and the Son. The Church has received this name from the Lord and professes it in the Baptism of her new children" (CCC 691). Love is God's first gift to us. God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us (CCC 733). By this power of the Spirit, God's children can bear much fruit. He who has grafted us onto the true vine will make us bear "the fruit of the Spirit: . . . love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control." And "We live by the Spirit"; the more we renounce ourselves, the more we "walk by the Spirit." (CCC 736).