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Liturgical Year Icon Card Table Display Kit

by | Nov 25, 2023 | On Beauty, Praying with Art, Shop

I’m excited to introduce this little Liturgical Year Icon Card Table Display Kit that is perfect for a desktop or home altar display and elegantly signals all the year’s feasts, keeping you focused on Our Lord in any given season.

All three cards conveniently stack behind each other for storage, and easy access, in a slotted acrylic stand. Never be without a beautiful sacred image to lift your heart in prayer!

Each card features a detail from one of my icons.   Our Lady of Tenderness would be suitable for the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and any Marian Feasts. The Man of Sorrows would be a poignant focus during Lent and Fridays. And Christ the Teacher would be perfect for the Easter Season and Ordinary Time.

These would make a perfect spiritual bouquet gift pack as well!  Write on the back of the cards any prayers or sacrifices you made for the recipient, and they will always know they are covered in your prayers.

If for yourself, you can write your own prayer intentions on the back so that every time you look at the image, you are offering up your stated intentions.

This is a beautiful way to live prayer more intentionally!

Item Details:

Flat Cards 4.13” x 5.83”, Acrylic Display Stand 1.5″x3″,

Smooth soft touch matte surface* on both sides for extra durability. *If you’d like to write prayer intentions on the back or offer this as a spiritual bouquet gift for someone else, just use a sharpie or ball point pen to write on the soft touch surface.

Cost for Kit: $20

Visit the item page for this Liturgical Year Icon Card Table Display Kit

How do you think it would help you refocus interiorly to have one of these images on your desk, nightstand, kitchen or prayer table?





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