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Personalised Communion Craft Card with Medal

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Communion Card with Medal

Suitable for celebrating First Holy Communion

Variations available


First Holy Communion Craft Card with medal





A card to celebrate the making of First Holy Communion


Contains the wording of our Watermead Hymn "Children of God"


The wording on the front of this card reads:  
 “Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word and I shall be healed."


Granchild, Granddaughter, Grandson, Godchild, Goddaughter, Godson, Son, Daughter, Neice, Nephew, Special Girl, Special Boy, Standard Card - Image shown is for representative purposes only, please choose variation from the dropdown menu.


Printed on cream card and hand-finished with a medal attacthed to the front, presented with a cream 100 gsm quality envelope in a polypropylene display sleeve. 


110 mm x 220 mm (DL ISO standard envelope size)

These cards are printed when ordered, so it is sometimes possible to personalise the design.  Availability depends on the date required and the price on the quantity ordered. Please ask.

*Medal may vary slightly in design, but will be Eucharist themed



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WATERMEAD STORY Our first Holy Communion cards were originally designed for children in the parish of St Theresa's, Birstall, birth home of our apostolate. HOLY COMMUNION The Eucharist, the food of the Christ-life for the believer. For Catholics, Holy Communion is the third of seven sacraments received. It occurs only after receiving Baptism, and once the person has reached the age of reason. First confession (the first sacrament of penance) precedes the first reception of the Eucharist. THE SACRAMENTS The Christian journey is marked by special moments of God’s blessing called Sacraments. There are seven: Baptism (Christening), Confirmation (or Chrismation), the Eucharist (Holy Communion), Penance (Confession/Reconciliation), the Anointing of the Sick (formerly termed Last Rites), Holy Orders (Priesthood and Religious life) and Matrimony (Marriage) - linking the stages of human life with the stages of the spiritual life.