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Priestly Symbols (Gold)

This design features a gold chalice with host, gospel book, and stole.

$0.16

Priestly Symbols (Silver)

This design features a chalice with host, gospel book and stole.

$0.16

Sacramental Symbols

This design features a chalice and host, Gospel book and stole. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.

$0.16

On Your Ordination Day

Celtic cross with symbols of the four evangelists. Appropriate for ordination in any denomination.

$1.49

On Your Ordination Anniversary

Symbols of the four evangelists. The cards measure 5.93" by 4.38". white background with symbols of the 4 evangelists on left side in red, green, and navy; maroon text on right side with blue vertical stripe

$1.49

A Prayer on Your Ordination Day

Sacramental symbols with gold foil embossed lettering Rejoice with a friend or loved one as they are ordained into the Catholic priesthood or as a pastor in another sacramental denomination. 5 1/2" by 8" extra.

$2.69

Christ the High Priest (stained glass)

A printed reproduction of a stained glass image of Christ the High Priest dressed in red vestments and holding the Eucharistic Host in one hand and the Chalice in the other. The symbol of the Pious Pelican (the mother feeding her young with blood from wounds on her breast) is as the beneath…

$0.16

Stained Glass Style Grapes and Wheat

This design features a printed reproduction of a stained glass design of a red cross with the Eucharistic symbols of grapes and wheat. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.

$0.16

Mary Vesting St. John with a Stole

This design features an icon of Mary (as a symbol of the Church) clothing St. John the Evangelist with a stole. It is appropriate for ordination to the priesthood.

$0.16

Pious Pelican

A pen and ink drawing of the Pious Pelican symbol—a mother Pelican feeding her young from wounds in her breast. It is a symbol of Christ's self sacrifice and a model to those who aspire to follow in Christ's footsteps through ministry in the Church.

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