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St. Joseph Pray for Us Stickers

2 sheets of 20 stickers (40 total) printed in high-quality weatherproof polyester.

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St. Joseph Stationery
Each set comes with 12 - 8.5”x11” sheets and 12 - 4.25”x5.5” notecards with 18 envelopes.
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St. Joseph Greeting Card
St. Joseph, Foster Father of Jesus, Pray for Us! Blank on inside.
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Stabat Mater Laminated Holy Card


Laminated Holy Card.

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Holy Hour in Gethsemani - Meditations on the Anima Christi
In this present work, containing thoughts and prayers for the Holy Hour devotion, the Passion is kept prominent throughout. The Holy hour began with being a commemoration of Christ’s Agony in the Garden and then, as the devotion was always practised before the Blessed Sacrament, thoughts and practices became Eucharistic. Devotions in this book aim to stir up within the faithful compassion with Christ, hatred of sin, a spirit of reparation and kindred feelings and resolves. For seven centuries the Anima Christi has been warming hearts and uplifting souls in earnest devotion. This book also contains Litanies, Prayers and Hymns that bolster the devotions.
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Atheism Doesn't Make Sense
by Fr. Daniel Lord. Imprimatur, 1936. By a peculiar paradox atheists actually help us learn more about God. Their very sightlessness makes us more alert to see God where before we may have taken Him for granted. Let Father Lord introduce you to the atheist. Talk to him. Listen to him. And see what the atheist’s senselessness does for your sensible awareness of God. 40 page booklet.
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Following of Christ
by Thomas A. Kempis. To which are added Practical Reflections and a Prayer at the end of each chapter, 617 pages. Imp. 1919. The Imitation of Christ is one of the most widely read Christian spiritual works of all time. In the Middle Ages only the Bible had a wider readership. It is a fascinating work of spiritual insight that has proven to have timeless practical relevance to the lives of Christians throughout the centuries. You will take a lot from this insightful and inspirational book. It is recommended for anyone who is interested in deepening their spiritual life.
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Blessed Art Thou Among Women
The life of the Virgin Mother. Illustrated by one hundred and fifty masterpieces of the world’s greatest painters, with inspired writings telling the story of the Saviour, Prophecies of the felicities attending His coming, His birth and childhood, His victory over Satan in the wilderness. The history and artist of the picture, along with the meaning, bring new insight to Catholic pictures we have seen many times. This volume presents to us Mary in the tracings of art, as art, guided by the teachings of Holy Writ and the inspirations of Christian piety, beholds Maid and Mother in her plenary loveliness of soul, and strives, in master strokes, to picture upon images of her fair countenance the radiations of that loveliness. 352 page book, SB, 6.5”x 9”. Impr.
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Paradise Hunters
We once had paradise here on earth: we lost it and we want it back. Not even the promise of heaven dulls our hunger for happiness here on earth. We crave wealth, comforts, renown and power: we think these will make us happy. We are paradise hunters by our inborn demand for happiness here and now. We even risk losing happiness to get happiness here and now. This great drama of our lost paradise and our restless striving to get it back is the theme of this book. The curtain will not fall on this drama until one by one we shall have gone forth into everlasting success, or everlasting failure, in our search for happiness. It is the part of wisdom to study the problems that arise from our being paradise hunters. Impr 1946, 291 pages.
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