"Heaven & Earth Rejoice" -Pk of 50

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Was: $75.00
Now: $20.00
SKU:
XM1903-50
size:
5" x 7"
Note:
Price is per pack of 50

Product Overview

25th Anniversary Sale: 50 Cards w Envs for $20

This beautiful Christmas card features a magnificent icon of the our Lord's Birth. This expressive image our Lord's birth shows the participation of all God's creation in this moment of Salvation. The heavens brilliant and shining, the angels praising, the shepherds adoring and the Virgin giving birth to the Son of God.

Inside: Greatly rejoice O Heaven and be glad O Earth! For Christ the Lord is come!

5" x 7"

icon by Anton Daineko www.ikona-skiniya.com

 

 

 

Sessional Hymn
Let the heavens rejoice and let the earth be glad!
The Lamb of God has been born on earth,
Granting redemption to the world
The word, who rests in the bosom of the Father,
Has come forth without seed from the virgin.
The wise men were struck with amazement,
Seeing him born as an infant in Bethlehem.
Let all creation glorify Him!
 
Kontakion of the Nativity
Today the Virgin gives birth to the Transcendent One,
And the earth offers a cave to the Unapproachable One!
Angels with shepherds glorify Him,
The wise men journey with a star,
Since for our sake the Eternal God is born as a Little Child!

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  • 5
    Christmas Card

    Posted by Matushka Ann on 1st Nov 2020

    A beautiful card on quality paper. I am very satisfied.

  • 5
    Icon Christmas cards

    Posted by Nancy Vassilakis on 12th Oct 2020

    These are a wonderful design and we'll priced for people who need larger quantities during the Christmas season.

  • 4
    "Heaven & Earth Rejoice"

    Posted by PETER G. TSOURAS on 11th Oct 2020

    Beautiful card; love to send Orthodox cards like this to my friends.

  • 5
    Heaven and earth rejoice

    Posted by Steve on 27th Sep 2020

    The order came quickly. The card is beautiful. Quality paper and printing. The colors are beautiful

  • 5
    I love the iconographic christmas cards

    Posted by fr. stephen Reginald Gross, ofm conv on 2nd Oct 2019

    as above