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The Mystical Supper

US$3.25
Code: CardD
This icon depicts the last meal of Christ with his disciples before his arrest. Christ is the central figure at the table. The Evangelist, St. John the Beloved, is seated next to Christ, as the youngest, he is beardless. Judas Iscariot the Betrayer is shown dipping into the dish.  (Matthew 26:20-25)


Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr Cecelia


The Mystical Supper

US$3.25
Code: CardD
This icon depicts the last meal of Christ with his disciples before his arrest. Christ is the central figure at the table. The Evangelist, St. John the Beloved, is seated next to Christ, as the youngest, he is beardless. Judas Iscariot the Betrayer is shown dipping into the dish.  (Matthew 26:20-25)


Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr Cecelia


St. Francis of Assisi

US$3.25
Code: CardL
Like Anthony the Great and Paul of Thebes, you reestablished harmony between humanity and the savage beast, recovering the long lost intimacy between creation and its creator. For, in your presence, the wolf of Gubio became a lamb, placing its paw in your hand as a sign of peace, while the birds delighted in your preaching, as you sought to awaken in these creatures devoid of reason a conscious praise for the Lord, a praise in the name of all creatures like themselves. O holy father Francis, beg Christ our God to grant us his peace.

First Sessional Hymn, Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Monks of New Skete, 1995

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia


St. Francis of Assisi

US$3.25
Code: CardL
Like Anthony the Great and Paul of Thebes, you reestablished harmony between humanity and the savage beast, recovering the long lost intimacy between creation and its creator. For, in your presence, the wolf of Gubio became a lamb, placing its paw in your hand as a sign of peace, while the birds delighted in your preaching, as you sought to awaken in these creatures devoid of reason a conscious praise for the Lord, a praise in the name of all creatures like themselves. O holy father Francis, beg Christ our God to grant us his peace.

First Sessional Hymn, Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Monks of New Skete, 1995

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia


St. Clare of Assisi

US$3.25
Code: CardK
St Clare was a follower of St Francis of Assisi. At the Portiuncola Chapel below Assisi she professed her vows, marking the beginning of the Second Order of St Francis. She was the founder of The Poor Clares, and she became the abbess of the convent of San Damiano, near Assisi in 1216.

The seven founding members of the Nuns of New Skete were Poor Clares from Evansville, Indiana.

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

St. Clare of Assisi

US$3.25
Code: CardK
St Clare was a follower of St Francis of Assisi. At the Portiuncola Chapel below Assisi she professed her vows, marking the beginning of the Second Order of St Francis. She was the founder of The Poor Clares, and she became the abbess of the convent of San Damiano, near Assisi in 1216.

The seven founding members of the Nuns of New Skete were Poor Clares from Evansville, Indiana.

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5" x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

The Meeting of Francis and Clare

US$3.25
Code: CardM
St. Francis and St. Clare, both of Assisi, were united in three great passions: for Christ, for the poor, and for each other. The love for Christ and the poor did not diminish at all the deep love that united them, showing that between people who dedicate themselves to God and serving others, there can be true love and relationships of great tenderness.

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5"x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia, based on The Meeting of St. Francis and St. Clare icon by Robert Lentz, in the Holy Wisdom Temple, New Skete.

The Meeting of Francis and Clare

US$3.25
Code: CardM
St. Francis and St. Clare, both of Assisi, were united in three great passions: for Christ, for the poor, and for each other. The love for Christ and the poor did not diminish at all the deep love that united them, showing that between people who dedicate themselves to God and serving others, there can be true love and relationships of great tenderness.

Inside: blank

Dimensions: 4.5"x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia, based on The Meeting of St. Francis and St. Clare icon by Robert Lentz, in the Holy Wisdom Temple, New Skete.

Saint George

US$3.25
Code: CardSTG

Inside:
O courageous
and victorious martyr,
GEORGE,
Liberator of captives
defender of the poor,
healer of the sick and infirm,
beg Christ our God,
to save our souls.
Troparion ~ April 23 

Dimensions: 4.5"x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

Saint George

US$3.25
Code: CardSTG

Inside:
O courageous
and victorious martyr,
GEORGE,
Liberator of captives
defender of the poor,
healer of the sick and infirm,
beg Christ our God,
to save our souls.
Troparion ~ April 23 

Dimensions: 4.5"x 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

Saint George ~ boxed set

US$14.95
Code: CardSTGX
Boxed set of 10 cards with matching envelopes. 

Inside:
 
O courageous
and victorious martyr,
GEORGE,
Liberator of captives
defender of the poor,
healer of the sick and infirm,
beg Christ our God,
to save our souls.
                                                                                     Troparion ~ April 23


Dimensions: 4.5" X 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

Saint George ~ boxed set

US$14.95
Code: CardSTGX
Boxed set of 10 cards with matching envelopes. 

Inside:
 
O courageous
and victorious martyr,
GEORGE,
Liberator of captives
defender of the poor,
healer of the sick and infirm,
beg Christ our God,
to save our souls.
                                                                                     Troparion ~ April 23


Dimensions: 4.5" X 6", from an image of an original icon painted by Sr. Cecelia

 
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