Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days
Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days
Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days
Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days
Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days

Holy Cards for Little Hands - April Feast Days

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Help your little kids become friends with the saints when they use their holy cards to pray and learn from them!

Teaching little kids about the saints just got a little bit easier!

Embrace your little ones' “active” prayer habits!

Little kids are always in motion, so it is only natural that their prayer is movement-oriented as well. Holy Cards for Little Hands let your little ones create their own prayer space (especially when paired with our Holy Card Holder!)

Create a sensory experience of the saints

Bright colors, friendly faces and a delightful soft-touch finish make these sturdy cards the perfect way to introduce young children to new saints. 

Saint stories that delight and inspire

The back of each card has a simplified version of the saints storie that gets to the essence of the Saints mission from God in a way that little ones are able to understand and be inspired by.

The Saints included in your April set of Holy Cards are:

St. Julie Billiart

St. Simon of Cyrene

St. Mary Magdalene

St. Pedro de San Jose Betancur 

Perfect for learning about the saints with your little ones ages 3-6!

Each card measures 4x6. 

Shipping: Your holy cards ship from the Cincinnati, OH area in 1-2 business days unless you have purchased them along with a pre-ordered item, in that case, all items in your order will ship together!

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Corynne
Beautiful images

They are printed on nice thick card stock and have been fun to read with our kids. The print quality is super fresh and vibrant.

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Kristen M.
We LOVE our April saint friends!

This collection of saints is SO good! We truly have four new saint friends who my kids (ages 2 & 4) LOVE to talk about. They beamed at me when St. Simon was mentioned in stations. My 4 year old tells everyone that her favorite saint is St. Mary Magdalene (because she has a red egg). St. Julie's story made my kids feel so empowered because "she couldn't walk!?" but she still had a special mission that God helped her accomplish. And I know St. Pedro (with his bell) will be a huge hit later this month.

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