Restructured Pricing for our Greeting Cards

After receiving much positive feedback and several helpful suggestions about our new liturgical greeting cards, we have decided to restructure the way we sell them online.  We will be offering each card individually (rather than in a set) to allow for greater flexibility in creating your own assortment of cards or in adding one or more cards to a book order.  We are also able to lower the prices of our cards since, due to an excellent response, we can now print in larger quantities.   

Many customers have appreciated the beautiful original artwork from Edward Riojas on our Baptism and Eastertide cards.  Additionally, the text on all of our cards was specifically chosen to point to the work which Christ has done for us in our Baptism, on the cross, and in our daily lives and vocations. 

While several of our cards are for specific occasions, our notecards have proven to be as versatile as we had hoped.  A number of customers have found the Vocation notecard to be perfect as a confirmation or graduation card or as an encouragement for any milestone (or everyday) occasion.  The Benediction notecard has been well received as a “Get Well/Thinking of You” card or as a reminder of Christ’s blessings.  Others have told us that they simply framed the Crucifixion notecard so that they could enjoy the stunning artwork at home.  And the Mighty Fortress notecard, with its simple Psalm verse inside and German stained glass picture on the front, is undoubtedly our most versatile card.     

We thank you for your enthusiastic response to this new project, and we look forward to offering additional cards in the future, including Christmas and Epiphany cards.

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