- a city in SW France: Roman Catholic shrine famed for miraculous cures.
Examples from the Web for lourdes
Contemporary Examples of lourdes
Photographs by Lourdes Almeida explore the meaning of the style in which a rebozo is worn.Shining a Spotlight on Mexico’s Iconic Textile—the Rebozo
June 16, 2014
Would it be possible to limit entry to Lourdes or to San Giovanni Rotondo?Sistine Chapel and Other Roman Landmarks Damaged by Tourists
Barbie Latza Nadeau
October 6, 2012
Both Madonna and, recently, her 15-year-old daughter Lourdes Leon advocate for the legalization of gay marriage in United States.Madonna’s Russian Revolution: Her “Freedom Fight” Against Anti-Gay Law
July 5, 2012
Perhaps the biggest difference for Lourdes on the red carpet Monday was what was missing: Madonna herself.Lourdes' Edgy New Look
November 18, 2010
In recognition of his disabilities, Mr. Dury had originally wanted to call it Live at Lourdes.Dead Cool: Ian Dury
April 23, 2010
Historical Examples of lourdes
The Lourdes of theology begins where the Lourdes of bartering ends.
And a wholesome corrective is the Sunday service after the sights of Lourdes.
Moreover, it is certain that it was Bernadette herself who wished to leave Lourdes.
This is the seventh year that I am going to Lourdes without despairing of cure.
Well, she got to Lourdes, and dipped her hand into the piscina.
- a town in SW France: a leading place of pilgrimage for Roman Catholics after a peasant girl, Bernadette Soubirous, had visions of the Virgin Mary in 1858. Pop: 15 203 (1999)