With a variety of classical and contemporary images and sizes to choose from you are sure to find something for all the family in this mixed pack of our Christmas cards.
Card designs, greetings and measurements vary. Read More
Angels, the first messengers of peace and the good news of salvation, remind us of the hope and holiness of Christmas.
By Benozzo Gozzoli 1420-1497
Greeting: Wishing you the Peace and Blessings of Christmas Read More
This image from the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida, São Paulo, Brazil was painted by Eduardo Velasquez and presented by Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Latin America in 2007. Greeting in this card reads: May you be blessed this Eastertide. With Biblical text: "I am the resurrection and the life" (John: 11:25) Read More
This delicate, yet striking Palm Cross and Daffodils image, designed exclusively for ACN, will bring joy to all those whom you send this Easter Blessing. Daffodils, know as 'Lent lilies', are said to represent love and friendship. Read More
A detail from a very special Flight of the Holy Family, taken by ACN before a devastating fire swept through St George's Coptic Catholic Church, Luxor, Egypt. Although slightly blurred, we feel compelled to include this image in our collection, to highlight the plight of churches and Christians in Egypt and the huge number of displaced Christians this Christmas. Read More
Tulips symbolize passion, belief, love and rebirth, give us hope for the future and help us through rough times with peace and joy. A gentle and compassionate card for that most difficult of times.
It’s always good to remember those special people in your life; send this card with your own thoughtful message to a friend or loved one and help celebrate their day. Greeting inside: May God Bless you on this special day Happy Birthday With Biblical quote:This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 117(118):24 Read More
Two delightful pansy designs by artist Sarah Houston, exclusively created for Aid to the Church in Need, feature in this new greeting card pack. The pansy, said to symbolize remembrance and meditation and the love and admiration of another person is also known as the ‘Trinity flower’, symbol of the trinity, first revealed to Mary.
Violets, both the flower and the color inspired by it, have much meaning in Christianity. One important meaning associates the violet with Mary and modesty. Indeed, the religious name of Viola odorata is 'Our Lady's Modesty'. Violets also denote spiritual wisdom, humility and faithfulness. Religious art uses violets in paintings to denote humility. Read More
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