Friday, October 12, 2007

Traditional Christmas Cards, FSSP Style

This year I am sending out these Christmas cards to family and friends, and you will see that each card is inscribed with a petition to enroll the recipient in a Christmas Novena of Masses that will be prayed at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, Nebraska.

The money raised from the donations for Christmas card orders is going towards a seminary chapel where the Infant of Prague will be given a place of honour.

As a supporter of the FSSP, I received these cards by mail, but they are also available online here.

I can't think of a nicer blessing than opening one of these cards and finding out you are being prayed for at nine consecutive Masses by these holy priests.

If you would like to receive one of these cards and be enrolled in the Novena of Masses, send me your (real) name and address and I will include you and your family when I send in my list of names for the Novena Masses to the FSSP.

And of course, you will also receive one of these beautiful cards in your mailbox sometime before Christmas. Going once, going twice... I'm placing my order in a few days. (you can email me from the address on my profile.


Karin said...

Oh PG!
These cards are really beautiful!

Karin said...


Can i ask, I love these cards and would love to send them at Christmas, where did you get them????

Karin said...

Oh never mind PG..
I missed the link that you gave to get the cards.

Divine Mercy said...

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Tom in Vegas said...

I think it's great that you are a supporter of the Fraternity of St. Peter. And I love how they are supporting the Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary.

A few years ago, when I was in dialogue with the Diocese of Las Vegas, and after a series of meetings with the vocations director, the Vicar of the Diocese, then the Bishop, I almost ended up at St. Pat's in California.



Anonymous said...

Thanks PG, I placed my order, made my donation, and can't wait to receive these beautiful cards.

Divine Mercy said...

guessing game no 3 is now ready to be played on my blog!

Amy Caroline said...

I did too, these are beautiful! Thank you for sharing them with us!

AquinaSavio said...

I would love to give you my address, but I'm not allowed to. :(

paramedicgirl said...

Trev,I would love to enroll you and your family in the Christmas Novena of Masses! It's pretty safe to give your name and address out to the Catholic people you meet and get to know through blogging.

I have done it many times, and have received books, cd's, and many other religious articles from them. I have made many friends, too, and all are welcome to come visit me if they are ever in the Vancouver area.

AquinaSavio said...

Well, I certainly trust you, PG. Heaven knows we could use the prayers. But, I must listen to my parents' wishes. They are very careful when it comes to my giving out information. ;-)

Thanks anyways. :-)