Confirmation "You've got the keys."
Confirmation is a lot like driving. After preparation in the classroom and behind the wheel, the candidate is given a license to drive. The freedom and responsibility of 'having the keys' is a sign of adulthood. Turn the card around to see the Papal Keys with a Catechism selection from CCC 1309. It speaks to the spiritual maturity of the Confirmed person being awakened to the sense of belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ, the universal Church as well as the parish community. Size A7 card (5"x7") Original art by Blake Van Oosbree. Hot Rod Red envelope included.
Once confirmed, a person is an official witness for Christ. Gifts are given by the Holy Spirit to 'empower' the confirmed individual to represent the Church in this world. Card is size 5x7. Comes with Deputy gold envelope. Graphic Artist Anne Sullivan
Inspired by the Ralph Lauren Spring 2015 collection as well as the words of Jesus to Gabrielle from "He and I" August 16, 1937 "Wear your qualities and your gifts like jewels given to you by your Bridegroom King.". Gives new visual of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Original artwork by Amie Kieffer.
Confirmation Rock climber
A Rock Climber who has his belay going straight to the clouds being led by the Spirit. The back of the card includes an amazing selection from the Catholic Catechism paragraph 697 about the history of the cloud and light symbolism of the Holy Spirit. Card is size A7 (5"x7") and includes an envelope. Artist Blake Van Oosbree.
Dove of Fire
Confirmation Greeting card that combines the symbols of the Holy Spirit as both Fire and Dove. The Cover “I came to cast fire upon the earth; and would that it were already kindled.”— Luke 12:49 The inside salutation is "May the Holy Spirit inflame your life with His transforming energy." The back of the card brings home the formative aspect of the card with CCC 696 "While water signifies birth and the fruitfulness of life given in the Holy Spirit, fire symbolizes the transforming energy of the Holy Spirit’s actions. The prayer of the prophet Elijah, who “arose like fire” and whose “word burned like a torch,” brought down fire from heaven on the sacrifice on Mount Carmel. This event was a “figure” of the fire of the one who transforms what he touches. John the Baptist, who goes “before the Lord in the spirit and power of Elijah,” proclaims Christ as the one who “will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.” Jesus will say of the Spirit: “I came to cast fire upon the earth; and would that it were already kindled!” In the form of tongues “as of fire,” the Holy Spirit rests on the disciples on the morning of Pentecost and fills them with himself. The Spiritual tradition has retained this symbolism of fire as one of the most expressive images of the Holy Spirit’s actions. “Do not quench the Spirit.”
Holy Spirit Box Set
Come Holy Spirit! The perfect card for ANY Sacrament from Baptism to Ordination. Keep a box on hand to use for the next occasion. Blank inside note cards come in sets of 4 or 12. White envelopes included. Cards are size 4.25" x 5.5". Great for Catechists!
Holy Spirit Thank You Box Set
Holy Spirit inspired cards can say thank you for so many different occasions. From Sacraments to Acts of kindness. Comes in sets of 4 or 12 cards with white envelopes. Note cards are size A2 (4.25"x5.5").