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Laminated Holy Card Our Lady Of Perpetual Hope - 25 Pcs. Per Package

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Description:

With this Laminated Holy Card, you may learn about the beauty and spiritual significance of Our Lady Of Perpetual Hope. These cards are made of high-quality materials and include beautiful Catholic imagery and gold foil stamping on the front. A heartfelt prayer dedicated to Our Lady Of Perpetual Hope may be found on the back. The crystal-clear lamination assures long-term durability, allowing you to take this holy card everywhere you go.

Each box includes 25 beautifully laminated cards that are ideal for personal devotion, sharing with loved ones, or distributing across your church group. This holy card serves as a strong reminder of faith and hope.

Item No.

AM-800-4345

Product Information
  • Laminated Holy Card Our Lady Of Perpetual Hope
  • Back of Card: Prayer to Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
  • Features the image of Our Lady Of Perpetual Hope.
  • Prayer Card
  • Laminated Cardstock: 2 5/8" W x 4 3/8" L.
  • 25 Pieces Per Package
Story and Symbolism

Since 1866 the Redemptorists have spread devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary under the icon and title of Our Mother of Perpetual Help (also known as Our Lady of Perpetual Help).According to tradition, the ancient Byzantine icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help was stolen from a church in Crete, where many miracles had occurred. The image remained in the private possession of a Roman merchant and his family until 1499, when it was publicly displayed in the Church of St. Matthew in Rome between the Basilicas of St. Mary Major and St. John Lateran. Source: Redemptorists.net