Holy Card Archive

cardarchiveMore cards are a comin’. Check back soon!

If you would like to receive free cards, please leave a message for me here and we’ll go from there! Donations are appreciated (and needed) to keep cards free and to create new designs.

 

And please pray for these generous and talented artists:

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[The Sacred Heart of Jesus, with art from a currently unknown artist]

[Our Lady of Victory featuring art by Miss Gwyneth Holston]

[Our Lady of Victory featuring art by Miss Gwyneth Holston]

[a card celebrating my Godson's Baptism, featuring  art by Noah Gutierrez]

[a card celebrating my Godson’s Baptism, featuring art by Noah Gutierrez]

Mr. Daniel Mitsui's depiction of Revelation 12 in the Traditional Japanese style.

[Mr. Daniel Mitsui‘s depiction of Revelation 12 in the Traditional Japanese style.]

Our Lady of Perpetual Help

[Miss Cecilia Lawrence‘s depiction of Our Lady of Perpetual Help]

[An exclusive design for St. Paul Street Evangelization, featuring art by Nadia Kelaidinova.]

[An exclusive design for St. Paul Street Evangelization, featuring art by Nadia Kelaidinova.]

[My favorite prayer to pray after receiving Holy Communion. Try the Latin on the back!]

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7 responses to “Holy Card Archive

  1. Thanks for the cards! They’re being added as bookmarks in my dad’s book of gospel readings (is this called a missal? It has readings from cycles A,B,C). Creating these cards sounds like a fun evangelistic endeavour! The religious artists are very talented (and probably a rarity to find these days)! All the best with this project!

  2. Thanks for the cards! They are being used as bookmarks in my dad’s missal (is that what it’s called? The book contains gospel readings from cycles A,B, and C). The religious artists are very talented (and probably a rarity to find these days)! Creating these cards sounds like a fun evangelistic endeavour! All the best!

    • You’re very welcome! And I believe the book you’re referring to is called the Lectionary. A missal is the book priests use to say Mass. Thank you for the wishes and keep in touch! God bless you and yours.

  3. Thank you for the Anima Christi and the Memorare cards yesterday. It was great to meet you at the Juventutem event at St. Cecilia. Matthew

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