Sunday, February 15, 2009

*Eucharist..........February 15

"In prayer
it is better to have
a heart without words,
than words without a heart."

John Bunyan


Anonymous said...

Hi, Micki.
What a beautifully colored card depicting the central Mystery of our Faith!

Is the quotation from John Bunyan? I think that you accidentally misspelled his name.

Micki said...

John - Good Morning. Yes, I did misspell his name. I fixed it thanks to you. I also forgot the quotation marks. Talk about having a "senior moment." I appreciate your wisdom. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am trying to find a picture of St. Georgie whose Feast Day is also today. She lived in the 6th Century.
Thank you,
Sister Georgene Golock, FDC
Akron, Ohio

josef_63 said...

Each day I visit your site I am always pleased to find such "jewels" and words to uplift the soul. The holy cards remind me of my early childhood and how excited I would be when I saw all the beautifully wrapped gifts from "Santa Claus." I stood there in awe of their beauty and that is exactly how I feel when I see the beautiful cards and uplifting texts that await each visitor. I hope that everyone has a peacefilled Sunday! John K.

Micki said...

Sister Goblock - Did you mean to write St. Georgia? My Saint book doesn't have a St. Georgie...but as you probably know St. Georgia was a recluse, hermitess, nun in C lermont in France. I would image the name is based on St. George.

I also checked with a priest friend who is an expert on Saints and he didn't have any further information or holy card. Sorry.

John K. - Thank you for your appreciation. It means so much and certainly is a reason for me to continue sharing these holy cards. Back at you with all your "blessings."

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful way to start one's day! I always check this site when I open my computer. It is such an inspiration and I cherish it's content! I grew up with these beautiful holy cards and reminders and to be able to continue to enjoy such beauty & inspiration is awesome! God Bless!

Bella Vita said...

Good Morning Micki,

The holy card that you posted today is so beautiful and unique! Like the others who commented, each time I read your blog, I think back on the nuns in my Catholic school who would always give me a holy card for whatever reason. They are precious to me to this day! I think that it is wonderful that you have preserved them to help others in their faith journey!

Blessings, Roz

Anonymous said...

Ahhhh!!!!!! I love it!!!!!

Thanks so much Micki!
What a wonderful card.
I have followed the directions for printing the cards. I am starting to print and laminate these to begin my own collection. I want to tell you thank you so much for sharing your cards with us! You bring joy to many!

Many Blessings,
Ally :)

Miguel José Ernst-Sandoval said...

Beautiful card!!! Where is it from?

Micki said...

Anonymous - Thank you for sharing how you have had a love of holy cards since your childhood. Me too! Blessings to you also.

Bella Vita - You make me smile remembering the good nuns who were so sweet to pass out cards to us little urchins. I didn't get too many because I didn't get lots of one hundreds on tests :-)
Thank you Roz and blessings to you and your husband who sounds might sweet.

Ally - I'm so happy that you got the method down. It's so much fun to make these copies for your children or your own inspiration. I hope a little prayer for me will sneak in there also. Blessings.

Miguel- Sorry. The print on the back is too tiny to even see...possibly "Germany."