The Happy Catholic Box March 2016 Review + Coupon
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The Happy Catholic Box is a Christian subscription box just for people of the Catholic faith. Boxes are $29.99/month and are filled with challenges, scriptures and various products to help you grow in your faith. All the products come from Christian and Catholic artisans, along with various religious orders. The Happy Catholic Box believes that through learning more about your Catholic faith and putting that into practice, you will find true joy and happiness. The Happy Catholic Box also has gift box options, which come with a hand written note. As a Catholic, this was a box I was really interested in reviewing.
Cost: $29.99/month, $86.97/ 3 months
There are also gift box options: Each box comes with a hand written note:
- $29.99 – 1 box (1 time purchase)
- $86.97 – 3 boxes (1 time purchase)
What’s in the box? Boxes are filled with challenges, scriptures and various products to help you grow in your faith.
Shipping: Calculated based on location
The Happy Catholic Box comes in a little white box by USPS First Class Mail.
First Look. I love the pretty tissue paper.
The inside lid had a card with all the items in the box listed.
There was some coffee and tea from Mystic Monk Coffee and Tea. Each drink was individually wrapped/packaged.
Mystic Monk Coffee and Tea: Mystic Monk Coffee is location in the Rocky Mountains of Wyoming and included two flavors of their coffee: Mystic Monk Blend and Midnight Vigils Blend. I like the Catholic references to their coffee names. The tea included was in the flavors: Chai, Darjeeling, and Peaceful Monk.
Inheritance Audrey Assad $9.99 Audrey is the daughter of a Syrian refugee and she describes er music as “soundtracks for prayer”. This is a very peaceful CD and is a mix of hymns commonly heard at church and songs she wrote. I don’t always listen to Christian music, but this on is in my CD player right now.
Challenge: Confession + Coffee: Each box comes with a challenge. This month, I was challenged to go to confession and take a friend with me. A card with the Act of Contrition prayer was included, as a reminder. The front of the card had a message from St. Faustina. It’s been too long since I last went to confession, so LENT is a great time to go again.
This is the Act of Contrition.
Easter Card: This pretty floral card is a Christian focused Easter card. My mom will really enjoy receiving this.
St. Perpetua/ St. Felicity & St. Agatha prayer cards Back in the day, I loved reading about Saints so much, I was the last person to pick their Confirmation name. For those non-Catholic readers, people going through Confirmation pick a new name, typically after a Saint. This is just your Confirmation name and not a legal change.
The back of the card contains facts about each Saint, including their feast day, a prayer and what they are the patron Saint of. St. Agatha is the patron Saint of nurses, beast disease and victims of sexual assult. St. Felicity and Saint Perpetua are the patronesses of mothers, especially those who are separated from their children.
Belief & Blessings Bracelet from Grace Given Jewelry This bracelet has the St. Benedict medal around the cord. St. Benedict is good to pray to in times of temptation or for more inner piece and to reject evil.
This is a look at the bracelet. I love the look and it’s adjustable too!
Final Thought: This was a great box and the first Catholic box I have reviewed. I loved all the items in the box, especially the CD. I like that “The Happy Catholic Box” included items for prayer, reflection, and enjoyment. This would be a great box for those wanting to deepen their Catholic faith. If you want to subscribe, or give this as a gift, use this link and use the coupon HAPPYMOM5, to save $5.00 on your first box.
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