Free Prayer Cards for All Health Care Workers and All First Responders and All the Sick and Everyone Concerned and Hoping and Praying. Let’s All Help Each Other! No Purchase Necessary.


FREE Prayer Cards for Health Care Workers and the Sick Let’s Help Each Other!

No Purchase Necessary:

If you are not able to purchase any items at this time, then let us help you! Simply send us an email with your name and shipping address and we will mail you 2 Free Prayer Cards via USPS Mail (Continental U.S. Only).

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If you do purchase any of our 1,500 beautiful artworks and icons on any of our 100 products and sizes, that’s great. Your purchase supports our business/ministry (our Bizminstry), our artists, their religious orders, and our three charities.

Simply note in Comments section of your online Order Form, “Free Prayer Cards.” Thank You for your support. We will include 2 Free Prayer Cards with your order.

The 2 Free Prayer Cards are beautifully created new artworks by Br. Mickey McGrath, OSFS to help us all cope with the COVID-19 virus and to help us pray for each other.

Mary, Health of the Sick

A recent quote from Pope Francis inspired this image,
Health of the Sick, an ancient title of Mary.

Mary, you always shine on our path
as a sign of salvation and hope.
We entrust ourselves to you,

Health of the Sick.

-Pope Francis’ Prayer to Mary during Coronavirus Pandemic


Our Lady of Refuge with Health Care Workers

A Madonna to honor our courageous health care workers.

Prayer for Health Care Workers
Lord Jesus, who healed the sick and gave them new life, be with doctors, nurses and all health care workers, as they act as agents of your healing touch. In desperate times, keep them strong yet loving. And when their work is done, be with them in their weariness and in their tears.


Our wish is to get these Free Prayer Cards out to and for all the amazing health care workers and all the rest of us who are sick or fearful and concerned during this Coronavirus Pandemic.

Please share our Free Prayer Cards offer with as many people as possible. We are all in this together. Let’s continue to reach out and help each other.

Brother Mickey’s Art Exhibit Opening at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture in New York City.

Brother Mickey has been invited to exhibit his images at the Sheen Center for Thought and Culture, in New York in February.  The Gallery will host a visual celebration of four saintly heroes from the margins who lead us in hope to a Church waiting to be born.  Images include Thea Bowman, Dorothy Day, Augustine Tolton and Nicholas Black Elk.

      by Brother Mickey McGrath, OSFS

I love many of our traditional prayers and beliefs about Mary but also love to see them cast in more contemporary light. And so, I like to imagine them in my own unique, personal way and style. The images in this collection of Prayer Starter cards spring from my desire to move forward in life, to take with me new symbols and personal interpretations of the maternal face of divine love.

On the reverse side of each card, you will find prayers and reflections.  Select a card that speaks to your heart, place it on the easel, light a candle, pour a cup of tea, and sit silently, peacefully in Mary’s gentle presence. She will bring to you her Son and share with you His peace, mercy, and non-judgmental love. 

Brother Mickey is adding a new weekend retreat for those who want to explore the combination of  prayer and creativity for the rejuvenation of their spirit.  These hands prayer experiences will include the making of mandalas, some simple expressive lettering, taking photos with your own cell phone camera for meditation, and some journaling.

I have loved Holy Cards ever since I was a kid in Catholic school, which gave me the idea for PRAYER STARTER cards: an assortment of 5 x 7” colorful cards with quotes from the four women Doctors of the Church: Sts. Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, and Therese of Lisieux. They each lived long ago in church history, but their sayings and teaching are as relevant as ever, perhaps even more in our own challenging times of unrest and much needed reform. As an added touch, we have included two contemporary saintly prophets, Dorothy Day and Sr. Thea Bowman. 

Prayer Starters come with an easel on which you can rest the card which speaks to you the most. Hopefully, the quote will inspire your prayerful meditation and help to keep your heart centered on hope and inner peace. Keep the card out to recall the Holy Spirit’s presence for as long as you feel the need, or give them to friends who may need a gentle reminder that God is near. 

World Library Publications is proud to present Brother Mickey’s newest book, A HOLY MOSAIC, which illustrates selected inspirational messages from Pope Francis on Love, diversity, and the family. It inspires readers to look at the world through the eyes of compassion, to meet those who are marginalized, and to rediscover the joy of life found in everyday moments.
The book is now available on line from World Library Publications, and if you wish to place your order today, please click on the link below.

You can order your copy of this amazing book here.

So happy to be able to collaborate with an amazing artist such as David Haas on this new project: Rejoice and Be Glad: (Y)Ours is The Kingdom of God.

When “Blest are They” was first written it caught our attention with its lyrical writing and singability, then it challenged and invited us to live the Beatitudes with renewed Christ-centered fervor. In this new book David Haas explores Matthew’s version of the Beatitudes through the lens of music he and others have written; through texts of Pope Francis, and David’s own exploration of the Beatitudes in everyday living. Rejoice and Be Glad! The Kingdom of God is (Y)ours! The Kingdom of God is both yours and ours – it belongs to all of us: the poor, sorrow-filled, the lowly, the hungry, the homeless, the pure of heart, the peacemakers, you and me, all of us, the Children of God.

You can get your copy from Clear Faith Publishing on the following link: