Saturday, November 11, 2006
Antique Holy Cards by Thomas Craughwell

A few weeks ago I was happy to review Saints Behaving Badly by Thomas Craughwell for Double Day Publishing. Yesterday, I received a very interesting email from Thomas Craughwell, the popular Catholic author. Here is a part of the email that he sent me:

"While waiting for the book to come out, I started a sideline business with my family. Using antique holy cards from my own collection, I've started producing Christmas cards and blank note cards. If I do say so myself, they are pretty nice. Actually, they're gorgeous."

Here's the link to his site:

2 comment(s):

del_button May 29, 2010 at 12:59 PM
Unknown said...

Sorry Matthew,
I called you Michael by accident. Anyway, waiting to hear from you and others. P.S. I am slow on computers. Is there any way I can trade antique holy cards with people in Canada or the U.S.?
Your New Friend,
In Jesus, Mary and Joseph,

del_button May 29, 2010 at 7:47 PM
Matthew said...


I am not currently aware of a site but that is a good idea. I think that is a good idea and that such a website will be created. I will note this as an idea for development since I own a technology company.

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