Chalice and host, stole and gospel book on an altar. The altar is covered with a red cloth displaying the image of two deer drinking from the fountain of life.
Gold Cross in red circle flanked by palm branches. A prayer of encouragement in ministry is centered below the cross. This is an appropriate card for priest appreciation or for any minister.
Recognize and show a sign of appreciation for your pastor or priest friend on his birthday. Special 5 x 7 gold-stamped card with goldenrod envelope.
Chalice and host with silver foil stamping Recognize this important milestone in the life of your parish priest. 5" by 7".
Painted illustration of a blue colored cross with a diamond pattern before an open book of scripture with an illuminated start letter "A". Appropriate as a thank you or retirement card for priests, deacons, other clergy, ministers, or religious.
Icon image of the disciples Peter and John marveling at the appearance of the Risen Christ in the room. A locked door is seen in the background.
Express appreciation to your pastor, priest, or minister. The cards measure 5.93" by 4.38".
5" x 7". Stained glass image of Christ the High Priest. Appropriate as a thank you or retirement card for priests or bishops.
7" x 5". Cup with host, stole and Gospel book on a blue patterned background.
5" x 7". Icon image of the Good Shepherd. Appropriate as a thank you or retirement card for priests, deacons, other clergy or religious. Related Products: CA8056 ORD16 PCQ503 Q03
The cards measure 5.93" by 4.38". Cross on watercolor ground with brush lettering. Appropriate as a thank you or retirement card for priests, deacons, other clergy or religious.
St. John Vianney, Patron of Priests Printed on sturdy, cream-colored cover stock, these cards are perfect for gifts, mailing enclosures, keepsake bookmarks, devotional or parish use. Cards are 3 x 5". Personalize your holy cards by having them imprinted on the back. We can add your own personal…
…intercession, and powerful reconciliation. Almost 300 years later, the image deeply moved an Argentinean priest named Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who later became Pope Francis. As a Jesuit priest in Argentina, he had reproductions of this painting hung in churches in order to spread the devotion.The…