Of Benedictines, Easter Cards and YOU. Or… If you send cards for Christmas, how much more for Easter?

I often mention that the Benedictines of Norcia make great beer and that when you but, you help them.  (That beer is really good.)

So, too, I mention the Benedictines of Le Barroux who make wine (and they now have GIFT CARDS!  A great gift idea HERE), the Benedictines in Frejus-Toulon who have a publishing concern and the Dominicans of Summit who make soap.

The Benedictines of Silverstream Priory in Ireland have produced some great things that I’ve mentioned here, such as my favorite set of altar cards for Mass and a great Way of the Cross for Priests.

Now the Silverstream Benedictines are making Easter Cards.

Here’s a lovely little video.

If you send cards for Christmas, how much more for Easter?

Move fast so you can have these cards early in the Easter season!

I always enjoy your Christmas cards.  The notes and letters which describe the year people have had are interesting and, often, moving.  I read them all.   Easter cards would be great too.  This is perhaps a tradition to start or to revive.  Maybe even some Silverstream cards will come!

And the Christmasy drawings by kids were a hoot.  I’d bet they could do great Easter drawings.

As for Christmas I’ll try to post all the places whence they were mailed from around the world.  Keep in mind that if you don’t include your address, at least your city, I can’t easily do that.

I have a US PO BOX address.

Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
733 Struck St.
PO BOX 44603
Madison, WI 53744-4603

That is the P.O. Box of the Tridentine Mass Society of Madison

Someone will regularly check the P.O. box for me and forward everything.  That will add aEaster little time to how long it takes to reach me.

Please DO NOT send perishable food items like … butter lambs or chocolate… anything. I am sure they would be wonderful but, please, just don’t.

If you want to send a box or something time sensitive contact me. HERE   We might be able to find you a faster address!


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