Hospitaller Order of St. John of God Cards

If ordering your cards online, here’s how to place your order:

1. Fill in the quantity for the cards you’d like to order. (You may order more than one style.)

2. Fill out the order form beneath the cards.

3. Click the “Send Request” button.

4. A donation payment screen will appear. Select “Canadian Friends Donations” or “U.S. Friends Donations” and make your donation.

5. The Donation must be completed for your order to be processed.

Christmas Card-Prince of Peace




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Christmas Card-Madonna




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Christmas Card-Nativity




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"In Memory" Card




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"Easter Blessings" Card




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To express your best wishes to someone, send a special tribute, or express your deepest feelings of sorrow, send a Hospitaller Order of St. John of God card. Cards can be ordered below in any quantity. Each beautifully illustrated card offers a thoughtful alternative to a regular greeting card and includes a remembrance in the prayers of the Hospitaller Order of St. John of God Community of Brothers.

Please consider a tax-deductible donation in the amount of $10.00 to help sustain our Stewardship Card Program, which directly aids the Hospitaller Brothers servicing the poor throughout North America.

If you would prefer to order your cards by phone rather than online, please contact us at 815.450.6076.

In the United States, donations can be mailed directly to:
Hospitaller Order of St. John of God
Province of the Good Shepherd in North America
P.O. Box 736
Momence, IL 60954

In Canada, donations can be mailed directly to:
Hospitaller Order of St. John of God
Province of the Good Shepherd in North America
143 Wentworth Street South
P.O. Box 1003
Hamilton, ON L8N 2Z1

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