Our Lady of the Smile


In 1882, St. Thérèse was cured of a mysterious illness when this statue of Our Lady came to life and smiled at her.



The original title of the statue this image was taken from is Our Lady of the Assumption.  However, around 1882, St. Thérèse, the Little Flower, was healed from a mysterious illness when she saw the statue come to life and smile at her.  Since that time it has been know as “Our Lady of the Smile”.  The original statue is at the Carmelite convent of Lisieux in the room where Thérèse died.

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