A beautiful full color heavenly envelope included with each card. Cards are blank on the inside with the front, back and bookmark chock full of saintly quotations, thoughts and prayers. his card speaks of the time a young lady asked Our Lord what were His favorite flowers, and he replied "Forget Me Not". ncourages us to offer Our Lord such a spiritual bouquet for Christmas, and perhaps every day of the year. We are so engrossed in giving each other gifts, when He whose birthday it is, is often forgotten. Prices are subject to revision without notice from the manufacturer, please contact us to confirm current price.
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Each card is printed on quality card stock.
12 cards (blank inside) with detachable bookmark.
12 heavenly envelopes.
Card size: 4 1/4" x 5 1/4"
Front of card reads
Gloria in Excelsis Deo. Wishing You a Blessed Christmas.
Back of card reads
Forget Me Not. A True Story Related on the Feast of the Nativity, 1925. A young lady, while making a retreat at a convent, was permitted by the Sister sacristan to arrange the flowers on the altar. One day, a friend sent a great quantity of liles-of-the-valley. Miss X arranged them and placed them on the tabernacle and humbly offered these lovely flowers to the Sacred Heart. The following day during her visit to the Blessed Sacrament, after admiring God's beautiful flowers, she wished she had some others to present to Him and wondered what kind He would like "today", when an interior voice distinctly said "Forget-Me-Not". The next day when she made her visit, she said: "Dear Jesus, what kind of flowers would you like today?" Again the little interior voice replied: "Your prayers will be all kinds of flowers, and I will gather the fairest and sweetest." This Christmas, let us offer Our Dear Infant Saviour such a bouquet.
Good Morning, Sweet Jesus, My Saviour, Good Morning. Dear Mary, my Queen, Good morning, Bright, Angels, Fair Sentries of Jesus Who dwells here Unseen. Dear Lord, I bring Thee, Some Flowers, All wet, With the dew of Thy Grace: Every Thought, every Word, every Action, And my Heart I give for Their Vase!