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What is a Jesse Tree Ornaments
Jesse Tree ornaments are a tradition for which many Christian parents partake in with their children. This is done during the month of December where a live Christmas tree is planted in a pot and wrapped in felt so that symbols can be added to the tree each day.
Published: Thursday 09 June, 2011
Who Is Immaculate Heart of Mary
Many Catholic and other religious Christian individuals today may have heard the terms “Immaculate Heart of Mary.” While it is not commonly said in daily conversation or recognized by all Christian or Catholic churches, the terms may be familiar to some.
Published: Thursday 09 June, 2011
What Is A Fontanini Advent Calendar
A Fontanini Advent calendar is a very specific type of calendar that many people follow. It represents the Advent that many Catholics celebrate. This is the period in December at the beginning of the month to the days until Christmas the calendar represents. Fontanini makes these out of wood and the...
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
Use Children’s Wooden Rosaries to Teach Children
When it comes to teaching your children about their religion, children’s wooden rosaries can come in handy. Rosaries, whether or not you realize this, are a vessel for teaching children the importance of many things when it comes to their religion.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
History of Celtic Irish Rosary
A Celtic Irish rosary is just like most modern day rosaries except for one small detail, it has a Celtic cross instead of a simple cross or crucifix. Because of this, the crosses tend to be a little more elaborate and more eye-catching.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
The History Of Caridad Del Cobre
Catholics and other Christian individuals who are familiar with the many different names referring to the Virgin Mary may be familiar with the term Caridad Del Cobre. This term is most often said with the two words “Lady of” in front as the Blessed Virgin Mary is referred to in Cuba.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
History Of The Celtic Advent Wreath
The Celtic advent wreath is a symbol of unity and waiting. This garland of evergreens holds four candles traditionally and represents the days after Christmas when Christians wait for the coming of Christ.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
Baby Memorial Figurine Is A Wonderful Gift
A baby memorial figurine is a very touchy subject for some because these gifts are only given when a child has died. These figurines normally hold scripture on them so that the parents who lost their child can have faith still in God without questioning his motives.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
Facts About The Advent Wreath
The Advent wreath is a long held tradition among Christians. Although not all Christians oversee this tradition, it is still in modern day celebrations. As many people may or not be aware, the Advent is in the month of December, following the days before Christmas.
Published: Tuesday 07 June, 2011
Our Lady of Lourdes
Bernadette Soubirous and Our Lady of Lourdes
Published: Wednesday 10 November, 2010
lawn statues
Religious Lawn Statues For Any Occasion
Published: Tuesday 09 November, 2010
Catholic Statues
Official church purposes are not the only reason why someone might be interested in Catholic statues. You can use them in a domestic capacity too.
Published: Monday 08 November, 2010
Religious Statues
The most common religious statues are of Catholic saints.
Published: Monday 08 November, 2010
Religious Gifts For Spiritual People
Religious gifts can be very simple and humble, and be worth more in meaning than in monetary value.
Published: Wednesday 20 October, 2010
Cross jewelry
Cross jewelry is probably the most popular style of religious accessory. Many people like to wear them because they are simple, but send a clear message.
Published: Monday 18 October, 2010
Jewelry Christian
When it comes to religious crosses and crucifixes are some of the most popular.
Published: Monday 18 October, 2010
Sterling Silver Religious Jewelry
Another common type of sterling silver religious jewelry is, of course, cross pendants. These often simply designed pieces are made for exactly this reason, to be a subtle reminder of your faith. Makes a great gift.
Published: Monday 18 October, 2010
Celtic Ring
Perhaps the most unique characteristic of the Celtic ring is that it features the knot design that is a singular Celtic symbol. This is often the feature of traditional Irish, Celtic, and Gaelic wedding rings because of the obvious connotation that the ceremony is intended to joint two people toget...
Published: Monday 18 October, 2010
Celtic cross
The Celtic cross is much different from the basic Christian cross in two ways. First of all, the Celtic version, which was integral to pagan faith, features a circle that sits evenly around the Vertices of the cross.
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
Celtic jewelry
Celtic jewelry is a great gift idea for all occasions. College graduations, Mother’s Day, Confirmation, birthdays, anniversaries, and other special holidays are perfect times to give things like Celtic jewelry.
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
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.
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
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.
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
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).
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
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.
Published: Wednesday 13 October, 2010
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.
Published: Friday 08 October, 2010
Children's Jewelry Gift Ideas
There is a huge selection online for jewelry for a child, and for infants to teens. Jewelry is also a good gift for special occasions because it is something a child can keep for years that will remind them of their childhood.
Published: Thursday 07 October, 2010
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 and designer crosses t...
Published: Thursday 26 August, 2010
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.
Published: Thursday 26 August, 2010
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.
Published: Thursday 26 August, 2010
Baby Christmas Gifts: Speak from the Heart
Christmas is an important time to celebrate and give gifts, which is why baby Christmas gifts are an important part of the celebration for children. Everyone understands the importance of a baby’s first Christmas and any Christmas after that.
Published: Thursday 26 August, 2010
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