"Do this in memory of Me becomes real for you today." is the salutation on this fun and meaningful First Communion Card. The back of the card features CCC 1357 and the reality of the Mass. Toy Model comes from Fr. Leopold Says Mass Set from DomesticChurchSupply.com. Card is size A7 (5"x7") comes with iconic yellow colored envelope.
Blank in side thank you cards. Toy Model comes from Fr. Leopold Says Mass Set from DomesticChurchSupply.com. Boutique set of 5 cards in a slender clear case. Each note card is size A2 (4.25"x5.5") comes with a corresponding iconic yellow colored envelope.
The First Communion (La première communion), is a masterpiece by Cincinnati favorite Elizabeth Nourse (1859-1938) painted in 1895 from studies she made in the Breton village of Saint Gildas. Born in Mt. Healthy, Ohio, Nourse studied at the McMicken School of Design in Cincinnati before moving to France, where she enjoyed a successful career. The First Communion explores one of her signature themes: the spiritual lives of women and their participation in religious rituals. Card sized A7 (5"x7") comes with a soft pink envelope.
Package of 4 or 12 Thank You cards. Each card is sized A2 (4.25"x5.5") comes with corresponding soft pink envelopes.
Set of 12 Sacrament Cards with Silver Metallic Envelopes.Blank inside - Back has Scripture of the Spirit of Truth; Luke 14:15-17Can 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.
"Lord I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof but only say the words and my soul shall be healed" is the salutation of this First Communion card. The image is inspired by the allegory of "King of the Golden City" by Mother Mary Loyola. The tended garden that greets the visit of the King is an image of the soul that is prepared to receive Our Lord in Holy Communion. The back of the card tells the story of the centurion in Mt 8:8-9,13 who spoke those words to Jesus.