Saints Louis & Zelie Martin: Pocket PrayerFulls™ | Durable Wallet Holy Cards | Catholic Saints | Marriage Prayer
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These beautiful, glossy, full-color holy cards feature ancient artwork. They are the same size, thickness, weight, and rigidity as a credit card—perfect for carrying in a wallet, purse, or pocket.
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- Substantial, 30 mil thickness
- Glossy, high-quality printing
- Beautiful, full-color, ancient artwork
- Durable, polished, graphics-quality PVC
- Small-batch designed and printed in the USA
- Pocket PrayerFulls™ by SercelPress™
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Saints Louis & Zélie Martin
Louis Martin (1823–1894), Azélie-Marie ("Zélie") Guérin Martin (1831–1877)
Parents of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux
First Married Couple to be Canonized Saints Together (October 18, 2015)
Feast Day: July 12
Saints Louis & Zélie Martin, pray for us!
Prayer Of Husband / Wife
O MERCIFUL God, we humbly beseech Thee to send Thy blessing continually upon us, and to make us thankful for all that Thou hast already vouchsafed unto us; and as Thou hast made us one in the mystical grace of matrimony, grant that we may be also inwardly of one heart and of one mind, paying due honor one to another, united in love to Thee and to each other in Thee; living together in peace and holiness, as faithful members of Thy Church, denying ourselves, and being a mutual help, comfort, and support to each other all the days of our life. [Give us grace to train our children in Thy faith and fear.] Bless us with health and strength, if it be Thy will, and with whatever else Thy good providence shall see to be best for our souls and bodies. Fit and prepare us day by day for our departure hence, that we may together inherit eternal life in Thy heavenly kingdom. Through the merits of Jesus Christ our Lord and Saviour. Amen.
— From A Manual of Prayers for the Use of the Catholic Laity, Third Plenary Council of Baltimore, 1896