Win Prayer Pillowcases for Your Family

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Recently, while at the Catholic Marketing Network conference, I had the opportunity to learn about a wonderful product for Catholic Families: Prayer Pillowcases. Today, I’m thrilled to share the good news that Catholic Child Catalog — now celebrating it’s fifteenth year of providing amazing products to nurture the faith of our children — is sponsoring a giveaway this month and offering your family the opportunity to win a “quartet” of these wonderful Prayer Pillowcases.

Prayer Pillowcases  combine beautiful original art with prayer to offer a new way to learn Catholic prayers. These divine designs encourage all ages to begin and end each day with a prayerful heart. They’re machine washable and made in the USA.

To enter to win this contest sponsored by Catholic Child, leave a comment on this post by 11:00 pm Pacific Time on Friday, September 30, 2011. One winner will be randomly drawn and notified by email. 

This prize package includes:

Hail Mary – This prayerful pillowcase is like a portrait in miniature! It is graced by a lovely original image of Our Lady, traditional in style and altogether captivating. It is the perfect complement to the Hail Mary which is printed beside it. We can never overdo nurturing a prayer life in our children, and this really is a wonderful way to help them learn the Hail Mary.

Immaculate and Sacred Hearts – Offer this to your little love for sweet, heavenly dreams. The beautiful original image is printed directly on the fabric, which makes it soft to the touch and ready to endure repeated washings. Inks are CPSIA compliant. The poly/cotton pillowcase measures 20″ x 31″ and fits both standard and queen sized pillows.

St. Michael the Archangel – Through an engaging combination of prayer and imagery this unique pillowcase provides youngsters with a feeling of security and safety as he or she falls to sleep. It also provides a great way for youngsters to learn the empowering Prayer to Saint Michael which is printed alongside a striking original illustration of our courageous protector.

St. Therese – A beautiful original portrait of St. Therese, the Little Flower, adorns this unique pillowcase. Like a prayerful lullaby, the image and prayer on this pillowcase offer a child serenity as he or she falls to sleep. It also provides a wonderful way to introduce your child “The Little Way.” The accompanying prayer reads: “The Little Flower, who with your beautiful childlike trust in God offered all of yourself in the little things that you could do, pray that we may offer all of ourselves in what we can do, whether small or great.”

To enter to win this contest sponsored by Catholic Child, leave a comment on this post by 11:00 pm Pacific Time on Friday, September 30, 2011. One winner will be randomly drawn and notified by email. Please join us in thanking Catholic Child for their sponsorship of this contest and be sure to check out their wonderful selection of products for your family.

 

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Lisa Hendey is the founder and webmaster of CatholicMom.com and the author of The Grace of YesA Book of Saints for Catholic Moms and The Handbook for Catholic Moms. Lisa writes for several online and print publications, enjoys speaking around the country and is a frequent television and radio guest and host. Visit her at LisaHendey.com. Follow Lisa on Twitter @LisaHendey and "like" her on Facebook @LisaMHendey.

61 Comments

  1. Jennifer Schexnaydre on

    Wow! What a wonderful to infuse a child’s faith, even while sleeping! I would love to have one of these. Please enter me in the contest.

  2. Wow these are beauties and very cool! I’ve often woken up wishing an angel or Our Lord was there to hold me after a nightmare. My son has too. These are a superb idea! :)
    God’s Peace Be Upon You!

  3. I’m just starting back teaching CCD this year after taking 9 years off after having my daughter. This would be perfect since I really want to focus on praying the rosary and learning about our saints!

  4. These are awesome – what a great idea. They would be useful for the whole family. I went through RCIA and don’t have all the prayers memorized. Our son would love them too.

  5. Aimee Bartek-Regnier on

    Cute idea. Thanks for hosting the contest. I love the Saint Michael, especially since my daughter was born on his feast day.

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