Greeting card for Quinceañera, First Communion, Confirmation, Graduation and more.
Vibrant colored card themed with the richness of Hispanic tradition.
Inside is blank for your unique message.
On the left side, is a sketch of San Jose Luis Sanchez del Rio; can be colored in with crayons or markers.
Back of card includes traditional Piñata and poinsettias with "Gracias a Dios".
Printed on recycled paper Size 4.25" x 6". Accompanied with a bright pink envelope.
Beautiful greeting card to congratulate a girl on many occasions.
Come Holy Spirit!
The imagery is of God the Father, Creator of Heaven and earth, sending forth his Spirit.
The heavens declare the glory of GOd; the firmament proclaims the works of his hands." Psalm 19:1
"Lord, your mercy reaches to the heavens; your fidelity to the clouds." Psalm 36:6
The back of the card explains the symbol of the Holy Spirit as cloud and light.
Large size 5" x 7" accompanied by a white envelope.
Product of the USA.
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.”
O Sacrament Card Set
Set of 12 Sacrament Cards with Coral Colored Envelopes.
Blank inside - Back has Scripture of the Spirit of Truth; Luke 14:15-17
Can be used for a variety of Sacraments especially Confirmation, First Holy Communion or Ordination. Designed especially for Diocese that administer Confirmation and First Communion at the same time.
Printed on "velvet" recycled paper. Card Size A2 4.25" x 5.5"
Artist Michelle Blackhawk.
Papal Keys Confirmation Card
A drivers license and Confirmation are two definite signs of adulthood. The Holy Spirit is the best co-pilot!
"This card is actually cool to receive," said a recent 15 year old Confirmand.
Size of card is 4.25 x 5.5 inches. Comes with red envelope.
Sacraments of Initiation Greeting Card
Intended for those receiving the Sacraments of Initiation at the same time. Especially First Communion and Confirmation.
Image of Dove and chalice bring the Mass and the action of the Holy Spirit to life. Inside the card is the olive tree - "I am the vine, you are the branches." John 15:5
Salutation on the inside "May these Sacraments strengthen and nourish you on your journey of faith."
The back of the card is a selection from the Catechism on the Sacraments of Initiation.
Card size 4x6 inches. Made in the USA using recycled paper. Comes with white envelope.
Artist Michelle Blackhawk.