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

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This laminated holy card features a beautiful Catholic image on the front with a distinctive gold foil stamping design around the edge. It includes a prayer on the back with crystal clear laminating for durability.

Item No.:  AM-800-1749


  • Patron Saint of Slovakia, the Congregation of Holy Cross, Mola di Bari and the Molise region of Italy, Mississippi (in the United States), Dolores, Abra, (in the Philippines) and Lanzarote (in the Canary Islands). 
  • Front of the Card: Features the image of Our Lady Of Sorrows.
  • Back of the Card: Prayer To The Mother Of Sorrow: “O Mother of Sorrows, by the anguish and love with which you stood at the cross of Jesus, stand by me in my last agony. To your maternal heart I commend the last three hours of my life. Offer these hours to the Eternal Father in union with the agony of our dearest Lord, in atonement for my sins. Offer to the Eternal Father the most precious Blood of Jesus mingled with your tears on Calvary, that I may obtain the grace of receiving Holy Communion with the most perfect love and contrition before my death, and that I may breathe forth my soul in the adorable presence of Jesus. Dearest Mother, when the moment of my death has at last come, present me as your child to Jesus. Ask Him to forgive me for having offended Him, for I knew not what I did. Beg Him to receive me into His Kingdom of glory, to be united with Him forever. Amen.“
  • Prayer Card
  • Laminated Cardstock: 2.675" W x 4.375" H
  • 25 Pieces Per Package

Story & Symbolism: As catholic, we admire our Lady of Sorrows as the faithful believer and the standard of faith. Since the 12th century, Her feast has been renowned in the Catholic Church under different names. Over the 15th century, it was known as Our Lady of Compassion and in the 17th century it was recognized as the feast of seven sufferings and pertains to the seven moments in Blessed Mother Mary’s existence that she suffered the most.