An attractive line of Laminated Holy Cards featuring the exclusive images of the most popular Catholic subjects. Complete with fresh, new artwork with subtle gold stamping and a classic prayer on the back suitable to the image, these cards are sure to be the retailer's favorite for years to come.
Item No.: AM-TS061
- Image of Good Sheperd in a Laminated Holy Card.
- Laminated Cardstock: 2.625" W x 4.375" H
- Prayer Card
- Contains "The Letter" on the reverse side.
- 25 Pieces Per Package
Prayer on Back: The Letter
How are you? I just had to send a note to tell you how much I care about you. I saw you yesterday as you were talking with your friends. I waited all day hoping you would want to talk with me too. I gave you a sunset to close your day and a cool breeze to rest you -- and I waited. You never came. It hurt me -- but I still love you because I am your friend.
I saw you sleeping last night and longed to touch your brow so I spilled moonlight upon your face. Again I waited, wanting to rush down so we could talk. I have so many gifts for you! You awoke and rushed off to work. My tears were in the rain.
If you would only listen to me! I love you! I try to tell you in blue skies and in the quiet green grass. I whisper it in leaves on the trees and breathe it in colors of flowers, shout it to you in mountain streams, give the birds love songs to sing. I clothe you with warm sunshine and perfume the air with nature scents. My love for you is deeper than the ocean, and bigger than the biggest need in your heart!
Ask me! Talk with me! Please don't forget me. I have so much to share with you! I won't hassle you any further. It is YOUR decision. I have chosen you and I will wait -- because I love you.
"A partial indulgence is granted to the faithful who... raise their mind with humble confidence to God."
Story & Symbolism:
The Good Shepherd is an image used in the pericope of John 10:1–21, in which Jesus Christ is depicted as the Good Shepherd who lays down his life for his sheep. Similar imagery is used in Psalm 23. It is also seen in the other Gospels, the Epistle to the Hebrews, the First Epistle of Peter, and the Book of Revelation.