All of these holy cards are 8.5cm long by 5.5cm wide.
Drawn by Scottish artist Tommy Canning, this image shows the protection that Saint Joseph gave to Mary and her Son, and the love that the members of the Holy Family had for each other. Round corners.
Ref : PC-TCPL
A prayer to obtain graces through the intercession of Saint Faustina, the first Saint of the new millennium. Round corners.
Ref : PC-SF
A touching image of Pope Saint John Paul II echoing the blessing of Our Lord in the Divine Mercy image. On the reverse are two quotations from this Saint about the Divine Mercy - including the final words he wrote before his death - and the date of his canonisation. Rounded corners.
Ref : PC-SJPa
Similar to the prayer card above, but with the older Cracow version of the Divine Mercy Image on the front. On the back are quotations from Pope Saint John Paul II about the Divine Mercy. Rounded corners.
Ref : PC-SJPb
A beautiful photograph of Pope Saint John Paul II, 264th successor of Peter, known as "The Great Mercy Pope." On the back is a prayer for his intercession. Square corners.
Ref : PC-SJPd
Another powerful image painted by Scottish artist Tommy Canning, depicting the mercy of Christ on the cross. On the reverse is the three o'clock Prayer. Rounded corners.
Ref : PC-TCHM
A prayer card by Scottish artist Tommy Canning, depicting the mercy that Jesus extends to sinners through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. On the reverse is an excerpt from the Diary of Saint Faustina, in which Our Lord describes His presence in this Sacrament. Rounded corners.
Ref : PC-TCTOM
This image, painted by Scottish artist Tommy Canning, depicts vividly the mercy that Our Lord pours out upon the world at 3pm, the hour of His death. On the back is the Three O'Clock Prayer which can be recited at that hour to receive these graces. Rounded corners.
Ref : PC-TC3OC
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