1978 - Saint Therese of Lisieux and Saint John Vianney Statues Arrive
Beautiful statues of Saint Therese of Lisieux and Saint John Vianney were created in Italy and delivered to Saint Joseph’s Hill of Hope in 1978. The statue of Saint Therese was delivered on June 29, followed by Saint John Vianney on October 13. Both statues were made from Carrara marble.
“Today, many people would say, ‘Why so much fuss
over a statue of marble?’ I say, ‘Why not? ’ First of all,
this statue represents why you and I were put upon the
earth – to become Saints. All of us will not get
recognition by the Holy See, but that’s not necessary.
It is only necessary that we become Saints in God’s Eyes. ”
Excerpt of a Revelation
Delivered Through Frances Marie Klug on June 29, 1978