She is lovely and was perfectly packaged. She is now in our memorial garden at Christ Church Episcopal, having been blessed this past Sunday. Thank you for the excellent workmanship and care. Here are a few pictures..the base isn’t cracked in the first photo…our priest blessed her and trickled some holy water over her! We are very glad to have her..she was placed in the Garden on the occasion of my husband’s one year anniversary of his death.

Many parishioners have had their ashes interred there now and Kirk, my husband, was instrumental in seeing that the Garden happened several years ago. Read More →

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“We received the smaller Baptism version for our daughter and thought it was such a pretty, prayerful, special gift we got it for our God daughter’s First Communion. A truly beautiful and spiritual gift.
This will definitely remain a gift option for all our other God daughters.”

First Communion Faux Pearl Rosary Bracelet

First Communion Faux Pearl Rosary Bracelet

What a pretty bracelet for a young girl! The bracelet is made with 5mm faux pearl beads and has an elegant chalice and crucifix pendant charm. Symbols of the Holy Eucharist are perfect as a First Communion gift and can be worn anytime as a sign of your growing faith!
Comes in deluxe gift box.

You can find the bracelet for sale here.

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When it comes to real estate it’s all about location, location, location—and St. Joseph! St. Joseph has been a successful ally for many Catholic homeowners trying to sell their homes. As the patron saint of families and a happy home, it has long been a tradition for Catholics to bury a small statue of St. Joseph somewhere in their yard and to recite a special prayer in the hopes that St. Joseph will intercede on their behalf for the speedy sale of their home. Read More →

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Arabic-Nazarene

As you read this our fellow Christians in Iraq are being slaughtered for their religious beliefs. We as Catholic Christians stand united against genocide and religious discrimination.

Iraqi Christians are being marked with the Arabic symbol for “N”, we too proudly display it in solidarity for those killed in Iraq. The “N” stands for Nazarene. They are being branded, beaten and killed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Please pray for those affected by these tragedies.

O Lord, we cry to you, with deep pain in our hearts and souls.
Our hearts ache, because of genocide caused by
the lust for power,
cruel hatred for others,
because of their religious differences.
God of all, the heavens weep, the winds whisper
through this great world you have created.
We hear and feel the weeping in our own souls.
Open our eyes and cleanse our souls
that we may always remember the awful injustices.
Amen.

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Customer Painting of St. Catherine
Dear Catholic Faith Store,

Last month I purchased a medal of St. Catherine of Bologna. I bought this while I was starting on a painting of St. Catherine. I took an interest in her after seeing the movie Monuments Men. I’ve always had an interest in history of all kinds and I’ve also found that art is the best way to explore history. With those interests combined, that leads to research. When I start on a painting, I like to research what I paint. I would just like to share the photo of my painting with you, which is 11″x14″ and done in acrylic on linen. Right now I am starting on a painting of Joan of Arc.

In the fall I plan on showing this piece at Phillip’s Mill in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

I’ll be back in touch. With this I think that I will also be doing a painting of St. Margaret, and St. Michael. Take care and God Bless.

Keith

Customer Painting of St. Catherine

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Crucifix in the Home

The crucifix is one of the most recognizable images in the world and for many it evokes a range of emotions. The crucifix is a powerful image. Unlike a simple cross, the wall crucifix features the figure of Christ being crucified. This raw, visual reminder of how much Jesus suffered can be difficult to look at. Yet, as sorrowful as this image is, it’s also a beautiful, triumphant image. It reminds us that Jesus’ suffering was for our benefit—our sins will be forgiven and we will gain everlasting life; after our death, we’ll experience no more pain, suffering, sadness, or anything bad. Read More →

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