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It was a blue candle that my uncle lit for his mom.
I’m not sure what you mean when you say “blue candle meaning catholic” – it’s a nickname for some weirdo-flavored spirit. The word itself is a bit silly and, I think, might be a bit more descriptive.
I think the term “blue candle” is a bit overstated. The term might be better described as “blue-eyed devil.
Blue candles are a bit of a bit of a misnomer, but the term is still appropriate here. In the eyes of the Catholic church the devil (or rather, god) is depicted as a blue-eyed evil creature. This is in contrast to the evil of Satan, who is depicted as red-eyed and hairy. This, I think, is what gives blue candles their name.
We can’t really do a lot in a church without blue candles. It’s not that we don’t need candles, but it’s important to remember that the term is a bit misleading here because as you mentioned, “blue-eyed” is a misnomer and the term doesn’t fit that description.
I don’t think the devil is a red-eyed hairy guy, but I don’t know. Its possible the church has a few candles and all they need now is for them to be blue.
Blue candle I think is a bit of a misnomer. The real point of the candle is that it can signify the presence of the Holy Spirit, which is what the Holy Ghost is. The name “blue candle” is just a bit of a poetic license.
If the devil is a red-eyed hairy guy, then why would he need a candle? I believe he would have said, “I have a red eye, and I need a candle.” The Holy Ghost is the personification of the Spirit of God. The Holy Spirit is the presence of God.
On the whole, the more the color that’s visible, the more you will know everything.