Latin printed in gold metaillic ink on a while background. Related Products: F111
Assortment of calligraphed Latin words and phrases stamped in gold hot foil on colors of the liturgical seasons: red, white, purple and green. Related Products: CF8270 CF8271 CF8272 CF8274 CF8276 CF8277 CF8278 CF8297 CF8298 CF8299
A tonsured deacon in a red dalmatic holds a chalice in one hand and a censer in the other. The words "Arctius altari coniuctus" ("Bound more closely to the altar") are above with a red start capital letter. Related Products: ORD47S
A tonsured deacon in a red dalmatic holds a chalice in one hand and a censer in the other. The words "Arctius altari coniuctus" ("Bound more closely to the altar") are above with a red start capital letter. Related Products: ORD47
Latin stamped in gold foil.
Latin stamped in gold foil. Related Products: F111
Latin printed in gold metallic ink on a red background Related Products: F111
Latin cross design featuring the risen Christ in the top section of the cross design. The word "EASTER" runs across the transept and "JOY down the bottom portion of the cross. The lettering and areas surrounding the cross are illustrated in exquisitely painted spring florals.
…young monastic order of Sisters located in rural Missouri, dedicated to prayer chant. Advent at Ephesus includes an amazing variety of traditional Latin and English hymns, polyphony, Gregorian Chant, medieval harmonies, and an original piece to prayerfully lead listeners through the sacred Advent…
…is from the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles,of rural Missiouri. Featured are "Salve Regina" Chant, "Ave Maria Thou Virgin and Mother," and "Hail Holy Queen," plus 16 others. Includes many traditional Latin hymns in celebration of the mother of God. 19 tracks.
In this peace-filled recording, homage is paid to the Eucharistic Lord with 24 English and Latin time-honored pieces. Hymns such as Jesus, My Lord My God My All, O Lord I Am Not Worthy, Ave Verum, Holy God We Praise Thy Name, Adoro Te, and St. Thomas Aquinas' stirring Lauda Sion are all…