The Blessed Mother bows over her Divine Son in adoration in this breathtaking detail of a stained glass window. The words "Christus Natus Est" (Christ is Born) is read on a scroll below her.
Inside Greeting: May the Peace of the Infant Saviour be yours this Christmas
Inside (left side) Poem: Wishes by Sr. M. Madeleva, 1939
The Christmas stars in Bethlehem
Shone very clear and bright;
Oh, may they shine with light divine
For your this Christmas night!
The Christmas winds at Bethlehem
Folded their wings away;
May every wind blow gently kind
For you this Christmas Day.
The angels hosts at Bethlehem
Sang "Peace on earth to men;"
And may their song ring loud and long
Within your heart again.
The shepherds come to Bethlehem
Knelt in rapt wondering;
To Bethlehem, oh, haste with them
To see the little King!
The holy pair at Bethlehem
Looked upon them and smiled;
Would it might be your lot to see
These blest ones and the Child.
The little Babe of Bethlehem
Gave them His hand to kiss;
And oh, I pray your heart today
May know such joy as this.
Pack of 12 cards with envelopes. Printed by Mancipia Press here at the monastery!
Beautiful cards, very vivid, like Stained Glass windows. I wanted to promote the true meaning of Christmas and these cards do so nicely.