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 St Dymphna Patron Saint Medal  St Dymphna Patron Saint Medal
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1st Communion Gift Ideas
From 1st communion gifts to baptism blankets to patron saint medals, there are many occasions in the life of a Catholic that is great cause for celebration and therefore the giving of meaningful presents.  Aside from the typical holidays and birthdays, celebration of the sacraments is very i...MORE

1st Communion Gifts For Receiving the Eucharist
From 1st communion gifts to baptism blankets to patron saint medals, there are many occasions in the life of a Catholic that is great cause for celebration and therefore the giving of meaningful presents.  Aside from the typical holidays and birthdays, celebration of the sacraments is very i...MORE

A Rosary Box An Ornate Solution
Rosaries are the garland of roses on witch a Catholic counts his or her prayers. Rosaries are made from simple cord or wood to elaborate gold, silver and platinum with jewels and glass beads. Since a rosary is not an ordinary necklace, it needs to be kept in a special place. That...MORE

baby gifts
There are two kinds of gifts you can give to a new baby; something that will please the parents and something that will please the baby. Both kinds of baby gifts are welcome and you might consider choosing one of each. Parents need all the help they can get, even if it isn’t their first...MORE

Baptism gifts
As a public declaration of faith, a baptism is an important landmark in a person’s life, no matter what his or her age. It is traditional to give a gift to the person baptized, usually a keepsake, to commemorate the occasion. There is a large selection of suitable baptism gifts online t...MORE

Baptism Gifts Last a Lifetime
Click here to view our full line of Baptism gifts Baptism is an initiation, usually for children and babies, into the Christian religion. Different sects have different rituals, but they all involve water and are essential for membership in the church that administers the baptism. The ef...MORE

Catholic Baptism Gifts
Catholicism is one of the most widespread religions in the world, and as such there are many Catholic baptism gift ideas.  Perhaps this is because baptism is one of the Sacraments and an important component of true Catholic faith.  Baptism is a necessary rite of passage for anyone who w...MORE

Catholic Confirmation Gifts For A Variety of Honorees
For many teenagers, Confirmation is a very important time in their lives but not just because they will get Catholic confirmation gifts.  Confirmation is the process by which a young person makes a commitment to the Catholic Church, to be devout and an active member.  T...MORE

Catholic Gifts ideas for first communion baptism
Click here to view our full line of First Communion Gifts There are many important times in the life of a Catholic when Catholic gifts are appropriate including christening or baptism, confirmation, first communion and the celebration of saint’s days. Christmas is also an important...MORE

Catholic Gifts Ideas For Many Occassions
There are many reasons why you might need to give Catholic gifts.  Aside from the typical holidays, the Catholic Church has many rites of passage, called the Sacraments, which members experience at different points in their lives.  These Sacraments are widely celebrated and ...MORE

Celtic cross
There are many different kinds of religious jewelry.  The patron saint medals and the four-way medal are two popular ones from the Catholic faith.  Other Christian-based designs include the cross and the crucifix.  These can be made into necklace pendants, bracelet charms, earr...MORE

Celtic Cross Pendants Perfect Gift Ideas
Whether you are religious or not, a Celtic cross pendant can be a beautiful gift to either receive or give to someone else for a special occasion.  The Celtic cross can be simple, with a plain cross intersected with a circle, or very intricate and stylized, with a flared cross and...MORE

Celtic Ring
Religious jewelry comes in many shapes, styles, and colors.  From cross pendants to crucifixes, to the latest , there is something for every taste and personality.  Weddings are a popular occasion for meaningful gift giving, especially jewelry, but there are many other occasions tha...MORE

Childens Crosses
Click for our full line Childrens Crosses  Crosses and crucifixes are an important symbol when it comes to the Christian religion because they traditionally represent the crucifixion of Christ. It is a symbol which depicts the faith of Christianity and wearing it or hanging a cross ...MORE

Children's Jewelry Gift Ideas
  For children who are usually running, playing, getting dirty and generally not paying attention to their clothes, let alone jewelry, jewelry can be a nuisance. When they get a little older, they begin to like the idea of decorating themselves or wearing a meaningful symbol. There i...MORE

Communion Gifts
For a Catholic girl or boy, first communion is a very important day in their life. It will not be simply a memory; it is the beginning of their relationship with Jesus. Communion gifts are almost always given by those who love the child because it is a time to give a memento they will keep al...MORE

Confirmation gifts
Sometime between the ages of 11 and 16 a child in the Christian faith has a confirmation, which is a rite of initiation into his or her family church. This happens for infants at the time they are baptized in the Eastern Church and in the Western Church it happens when they are older and ...MORE

Diamond Cross Pendant
A cross pendant is both a symbol of one’s faith and a fashion statement. A diamond cross pendant is a glorious way to express both. The diamonds are set in yellow and white gold or platinum in every style of cross imaginable from simple Latin cross, Celtic cross, trefoil cross an...MORE

Four-Way Crosses A multi-purpose symbol
A 4-way cross is a single cross that contains four different saint’s medals. Many have all four arms the same length. At the top is a Sacred Heart of Jesus medal, at the bottom is a Miraculous Medal, relating to Mary, on the left is a St. Joseph medal and a St. Christopher medal ...MORE

History of Patron Saint Medals
Our full line of Patron Saint Medals   Since the second century, the early church has used medals in religious practices.  Some people, especially non-Christians, view this practice as sacrilege or paganism.  Although paganism does us medals in its practices, their pur...MORE

Italian Rosaries
Rosary comes from Latin and means rose garden or garland of roses. It is a traditional Roman Catholic devotion and the term refers to both the prayer beads and the prayer itself. The beads provide a way to keep track of the prayers by fingering one bead per prayer with larger beads that s...MORE

Jewelry Christian
There are many kinds of religious jewelry.  Christian and Celtic cross pendants, Catholic patron saint medals, and religious resin statues are just the beginning of a large catalog of artistic and meaningful gift items.  No matter the occasion, you will likely find something that is...MORE

John Vianney Statue
Jean-Baptist-Marie Vianney, May 8, 1786 – August 4, 1859 was the third child of six, born to a very faithful Catholic family who was destined to become St. John Vianney. During the French Revolution his family continued to attend Mass in secret and this had a profound effect on him...MORE

Medal Use in the Early Church And Today
Click to view our full line of Medals Since the second century, the early church has used medals in religious practices.  Some people, especially non-Christians, view this practice as sacrilege or paganism.  Although paganism does us medals in its practices, their...MORE

Murano Rosaries
The glass making capitol of the world is in Murano, Italy, a small island north of Venice. They were making glass dating back to ancient Rome. Since the 9th century its glass works have been known for their craftsmanship and innovation. From 1083 Murano was trading glass bottles with Asia and Afr...MORE

Our Lady of Lourdes
Bernadette Soubirous was only 14-years old when she first admitted to seeing apparitions of a “lady” in the cave of Massabielle.  This was on February 11, 1858.  About a mile outside of the town of Lourdes, the peasant girl was gathering firewood with her sister, Toinett...MORE

Patron Saint Medals in the early church
To view our full line of Patron Saint Medals Click Here Since the second century, the early church has used medals in religious practices. Some people, especially non-Christians, view this practice as sacrilege or paganism. Although paganism does us medals in its practices, their p...MORE

Religious Gifts For Spiritual People
Religious gifts can be very simple and humble, and be worth more in meaning than in monetary value.  These are usually the best types of to give because they represent a momentous occasion in a person’s life.  Sometimes it is clothing, like a bonnet or a towel for a baby at b...MORE

Religious Jewelry Gifts
Gift giving is always risky. Will the receiver like the gift or only respond politely and then pass it on to someone else? If you want someone to love their gift then religious jewelry gifts are the best choice. If you know a person’s religious beliefs you are in luck. All you ne...MORE

Roman Catholic Church
The Roman Catholic Church has a ritual that welcomes adult converts into the church. It includes first communion, confirmation and baptism all in one ceremony and is called the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). Gifts are exchanged at this time between the person being initiated a...MORE

Saint Medals Have Long History of Inspiration
For Catholics, saint medals are important because they represent the patron saints that guide them through life, especially during times of crisis. Wearing them honors and reveres the patron saints. They give a sense of security and protection as the image reminds of the saint’s sa...MORE

Saint Rita Satues
St. Rita was born in Umbria Italy in 1381. She was married at 12 years old to an immoral man and had two sons. She begged her parents not to arrange the marriage because she wanted to enter a convent, but they didn’t heed her concerns. During her married life, she was abused by her husband ...MORE

Saint Statues make perfect home decor idea
Beautiful religious art work is the perfect Catholic gift for a home, office or church. There are many types of saint statues, some hand painted in Italy with an old world patina, and are incredible works of art. There are also simple ceramic statues for your garden and three inch icons ...MORE

Saints Medals
Click here to view our full line of Saint Medals There are many different saints in Christianity and each saint usually is depicted by their own saints’ medals. These are medals which show the saint usually doing what it is that they are named after on a medal whic...MORE

St. Anthony Statues Personify A Great Man
St. Anthony was a great scholar and excellent orator. He was born in 1195 in Lisbon, Portugal, Fernando Martins de Belhoes. He entered a St. Augustinian Abby when he was 15 years old after studying Latin and the bible. His family was wealthy and his parents were not in favor of him bec...MORE

St. Cecilia medal for the Musician
St. Cecilia was a martyr of pre-Christian Rome in 230. For being a Christian, she was martyred and had a horrible death, suffering smothering, beheading which was unsuccessful three times and crucifixion. It is said she would not die until she received Holy Communion. Her skull...MORE

St. Joseph Builds Home For Savior
Joseph, of the House of David, was the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus. Most Christians do not consider him the father of Jesus because of the Immaculate Conception of the Son of God. However, Joseph is considered a saint by the Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and the Lutheran churches....MORE

St. Michael - Patron Saint of Police
Michael is the archangel in the Christian, Islamic and Jewish religions. He is the head of God’s army and led the forces of good against Satan and his forces of evil. He is not a saint in the traditional sense, since he is an angel and appears when needed to deliver message...MORE

Sterling Silver Religious Jewelry
The end all of sterling silver religious jewelry might just be the patron saint medals that are popular in the Catholic faith.  These medals can be worn on chains, likea cross pendants, or carried on a person, like a charm.  Some people keep them in their car, hanging from a...MORE

The history of the crucifix
Crucifixion was a form of execution by hanging a person on a from the sixth century BC to about the fourth century AD by Persians, Jews, Carthaginians, Seleucids, and Romans. The condemned dragged the cross beam to the upright pole while being whipped and was then nailed to it and was attached to...MORE

The Papal Crucifix The Long and Rich History that Predates It
The papal crucifix is a very unique crucifix on the papal staff carried by John Paul II, the current pope.  The crucifix itself was revised and adopted by Pope Paul VI when he was elected and has been used ever since.  The staff itself is often associated with the shepherd&rs...MORE

The Patron Saints
Click here for a the full line of Patron Medals The Patron saints medals are very popular amongst the Catholic followers. The medal of a particular saint characterizes his or her virtues. By wearing the medals, the followers want to imbibe those virtues in themselves. Patro...MORE

The Saint Medals
Click to view our full collection of Saint Medals The process of declaring religious members of the Christian society, as holy or pious person is a religious process, which is taken up by the church and Pope, leading the way to Sainthood. There are three ways in which the P...MORE

Wall Rosary Unique Home Decor Item
A wall rosary is a devotional as well as a decorative statement. It shows, for all to see, that you are a member of the Catholic Church and participate in the devotion of the rosary. It is a very large version of smaller hand rosaries that can be hung on a wall. It can be artfull...MORE

White Gold Cross
The Cross is the most sacred symbol for all Christians and many like to show their faith by wearing the Cross as jewelry. It is elegant, comes in many different styles and designs and there is a huge collection available online. Pure gold is yellow in color and white gold is an alloy of yellow go...MORE

Who is St. Joseph
Joseph of the House of David was betrothed to Mary, mother of Jesus. According to Christian tradition he acted as the foster father of Jesus, gave him his name and became the legal father. They believe he knew Jesus was not an ordinary child and undertook God’s work to look after the family...MORE

Who is The Holy Family
Jesus is the origin and focal point of the Christian religion. His mother, Mary and step-father, as Joseph is called in the Catholic Church, are the Holy Family because Jesus is considered the Son of God. Christians believe that the Messiah, the king of the Jews, was born to a young girl who was ...MORE

Wooden Rosaries for Men
The rosary is a prayer to Mary, the mother of Jesus, to intervene on the prayer’s behalf with God. Rosary means garland of roses, the flower associated with Mary. It is one of the most holy devotional prayers of the Catholic Church and was recently given new energy by Pope John-Paul II who ...MORE

Wooden Wall Rosaries Make Great Talking Piece
As a display on the wall of your living room or sitting room to show your faith as well as a beautiful decoration there is nothing like a wooden wall rosary. It makes the statement that you are a member of the Catholic Church and pray the rosary or garland of roses which are pray...MORE
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