St. Michael Holy Water Font

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This Saint Michael the archangel holy water font is a resin font with a gold finish. Holy water fonts are a Catholic sacramental. Holy water can be brought home in a holy water bottle from a Catholic Church to be used to bless one's self and one's family as a Catholic devotional practice. These would be excellent as confirmation gifts, baptismal gifts, or personal gifts for birthdays or anniversaries. Sacramental gifts can be a means of grace from the Holy Spirit and a blessing to family life. This archangel Michael font will bless your family. Be like St. Joseph and lead your holy family through regular blessings and prayers. Pope Francis and St. John Paul II would agree regularly using holy water in your home will bring many blessings. This goldish bronze finish Holy water font will bring your house blessings for years to come. Check out the rest of the Social Catholic Store for more patron saint prayer resources, communion gifts and devotional items. Also please review your shipping info.

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  • North America : 5 - 7 business days

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Reviews (7)


Made in China. Description says handmade but made in China. Not as bright and golden in picture but could be the photo lighting. Won’t return as I urgently needed the gift. Not worth the price though.

Beautiful item and great service. It is a lovely piece.

Larger than expected and quite beautiful.

I’ve gotten this item for two baptism gifts (so far). It’s a great way to commemorate one of the most important occasions in a spiritual journey.