Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Holy Postage

Leslie Palma-Simoncek writes in her Beyond Belief column in the Staten Island Advance, "The custom stamp business continues to thrive. Not only can you make your own stamps, with pictures of the kids or the newlyweds or the cats, or whatever else, but now you can buy religious-themed stamps at"

According to Leslie, "The stamps come in a variety of languages, including English, Hebrew, Arabic, Gaelic, Italian, French and Spanish, and feature images that include the expected, clouds and celestial scenes, to the unexpected -- when before have you ever seen Isaiah on a stamp?"

HolyPostage is a project of the Apostolate, based in Charlottesville, Va., a non-profit corporation that describes its mission as facilitating "worldwide prayer for Godly intentions.

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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM