Irish theme invitations for communion, confirmation, christening, and baptism celebrations are the perfect way to combine a statement of your faith with pride in your heritage. Our classic Celtic cross communion invitation is our most popular Irish-themed invite, followed by our green rosary design. The chalice is a traditional symbol of Communion, and we have an exclusive design with shamrocks and a green border. In addition to our religious designs, we can custom print any of our Irish themed cards for your milestone event.
Traditional Irish Religious Symbols THE HIGH CROSS OF IRELAND is a well known religious symbol. A famous cross at Clonmacnoise, Ireland is called the Cross of the Scriptures. Stone crosses in Ireland are as old as 800 years. Celtic knots and shamrocks are often combined with Christian crosses, resulting in modern designs. Although we usually call these crosses Irish or Celtic crosses, there is a definite historical difference between them and the original symbols.
The CELTIC KNOT is a beautiful Irish religious symbol. Although the design (with no beginning or ending point) was originally a Pagan symbol, Christians adopted it as a symbol to represent the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Another symbol of the Trinity is the shamrock. St. Patrick used the legend of this three-leafed plant to illustrate the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. Our Irish-theme invitations are custom printed to commemorate your special event. Most cards have room to include a scripture verse. We can print longer prayers or Irish blessings on a note card.
An Irish Prayer May God give you, For every storm, a rainbow, For every tear, a smile, For every care, a promise, And a blessing in each trial. For every problem life sends, A faithful friend to share, For every sigh, a sweet song, And an answer for each prayer.
An Old Irish Blessing May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home. May you gain friends, true and faithful, wherever you may roam.
Communion Prayer Lord Jesus, what a privilege to approach the throne of thine and remember your atonement with the sacraments bread and wine.
I thank You for Your sacrifice and the love You showed to me as, willingly, You gave your life on the cross of Calvary. (Author Unknown)