We had a statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague in my grade school back in the 1950s, and I seem to recall that someone changed His robes for the liturgical seasons. It was a privilege and an honor to be asked to bring flowers for Him, just as it was to be asked to bring lilacs for Mary in May.
I visited the infant at Our Lady of Victory in Prague a few years ago. The church displayed many of the robes it's worn. The church's website explains the changing of vestments for the seasons and has photos of some of its outfits. http://www.pragjesu.info/en/
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I have to admit always being odded out by the Infant of Prague. I feel foolish for admitting this, but it's true. After reading more about the life of St. Joseph I'm more disposed to this particular depiction of the Christ-child, but I dunno... your take on him is endearing. :) Old Bob's, too.
I saw it in Prague, as a child.
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