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Chalice and Shamrocks Irish Invitations
B2189
Chalice and Shamrocks
5 x 7 "
Irish Jeweled Cross
B2142 Irish
Jeweled Cross
7 x 5"
Irish Rosary Communion Invitations
B2442
Irish Rosary
5 x 7"

Celtic Cross Panel Invitation
C2472
Celtic Cross Panel
7 x 5"

Shamrock Flourish Invitation
C206 Shamrock Flourish & Cross
7 x 5"

Shamrocks and Stained Glass Window Invitations
B2410 Stained Glass & Shamrocks
7 x 5
"

Blue Filigree Cross Communion Invitation
B2422 Filigree Cross on Blue
7 x 5"

Celtic Cross and Shamrocks Invitations
B1147 Celtic Cross and Shamrocks
7 x 5"

Pink Filigree Cross Communion Invitation
B2448 Filigree Cross on Pink
7 x 5"

Irish Religious Symbols

The Irish High Cross is one of the best known symbols of Ireland.  These crosses were constructed at least 800 years ago from
ornamental stones, and were used to mark the boundaries of sacred land. Throughout the years, the cross design has evolved to
include a wide variety of artistic styles.  In modern times, the Christian cross is often combined with Celtic knots, shamrocks and|
other traditional Irish symbols.  While they are often referred to as Irish or Celtic crosses, there is a distinct difference between them
and the ancient landmarks.

The Celtic Trinity Symbol, also known as a Triquetta, was adopted by Christians as a symbol  of the Trinity of the Father, Son and
Holy Ghost.  Since it has no starting or ending points, it symbolizes eternity and never-ending love. Since the Triquetta originated as
a Pagan symbol, the similar design of The Irish Knot or Celtic Knot has become increasingly popular. 

Shamrocks are another popular symbol of Irish heritage.  St. Patrick used the legend of this three-leafed plant to illustrate the Trinity
of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Shamrocks are also sometimes used to symbolize the three virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity
(Love), which are found in 1 Corinthians 13:13.

The claddagh symbolizes friendship, loyalty and love.  The claddagh design features two hands holding a heart, which is usually topped
with a crown.  Although the claddagh design is more often used for wedding invitations, it is sometimes chosen for communion or other
religious ceremonies.