Paschal candle

Enhance your Easter celebrations with beautiful Paschal candle designs. Find inspiration for creating a meaningful and symbolic centerpiece for your religious ceremonies.
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Click on the thumbnails below to view each Paschal candle. Prices for standard candle sizes are available in the prompts. Contact me for custom size candles. Paschal candles come with incense nails and have the current year on the candle. February 17, 2024 is the last day to order your Paschal candle to guarantee delivery for Easter. Any questions? Please contact Gina at 614 -579-0867 or gina.switzer@gmail.com

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Fabio Mocci
This is our make-do DIY Paschal candle this year. It isn’t liturgical but it will do. Acrylic craft paint on a white pillar from a local store. The base coat took a lot of layers and patience since the candle was slippery. Good enough is good enough. God be praised. Home-made Candles, Candles, Candle Making Studio, Candle Making, Large Candles, Diy Candles, Candle Embellishments, Candlelight, Beeswax Tapers

As my family makes preparations to celebrate Easter at home during quarantine, my thoughts inevitably turn to the Paschal Fire. For 24 years, we have made the late night trek to church to see that fire set ablaze and to participate in the Easter Vigil Mass. This year is strange. And I’m floundering

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Anita Salvi
According to Catholic Encyclopedia..."From Holy Saturday until Ascension Day the paschal candle is left with its candlestick in the sanctuary, standing upon the Gospel side of the altar, and it is lighted during high Mass and solemn Vespers on Sundays. It is extinguished after the Gospel on Ascension Day and is then removed."  It will be lit throughout the year at Baptisms and Funerals. Ascension Day, Resurrection Sunday, Holy Saturday, Catholic Candles, Holy Week, Catholic Christian, Catholic Crafts, Catholic, Church Candles

According to Catholic Encyclopedia..."From Holy Saturday until Ascension Day the paschal candle is left with its candlestick in the sanctuary, standing upon the Gospel side of the altar, and it is lighted during high Mass and solemn Vespers on Sundays. It is extinguished after the Gospel on Ascension Day and is then removed." It will be lit throughout the year at Baptisms and Funerals.

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Rachel Howell