Printable Chesterton Prayer Cards

Pray for the cause of the beatification of Gilbert Keith Chesterton while seeking his intercession for the end of abortion and for your particular intentions.  At the same time you will grow in appreciation for this marvelous man and the many gifts he brought to a troubled world.  May we imitate his constancy, his charity and his good humor as we fight the battles before us.

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Click on the links below and create your prayer cards eight at a time by printing the files back to back.

Front – Chesterton Prayer Card

Back – Chesterton Prayer

Credit to the Catholic G. K. Chesterton Society for the creation of these cards.

 

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Paul Ryan and True Catholic Social Teaching

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