Catholic Valentine Cards {digital download} Love Like the Saints 8.5×11 pages to print and cut at home

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Printable Catholic Valentine Cards featuring sixteen pairs of Saints who were friends in life!

NOTE: Completely recreated for 2020 for better quality printing! 

Spouses, siblings, parents and children, mentors and protegees, friends . . . each valentine has the name and description of one pair of saints who knew and loved each other. Great for school Valentine exchanges.

St. Anne and St. Joachim
St. Cosmas and St. Damian
St. Timothy and St. Maura
St. Adrian and St. Natalia
St. Ignatius of Loyola and St. Francis Xavier
St. Joseph and the Blessed Virgin
St. Louis Martin and St. Zelie Martin
St. James and St. John
St. Monica and St. Augustine
St. Paul and St. Barnabas
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and Bl. Claude Colombiere
St. Benedict and St. Scholastica
St. Teresa of Avila and St. John of the Cross
St. Felicity and St. Perpetua
St. Francis and St. Clare
St. Patrick and St. Brigid

This listing is for an instant download — You will receive four 8.5 x 11 inch image jpegs plus a 2 pdfs that you can save to your computer and print on your own printer or at your local print shop. Once cut, the individual cards will be about 2.5×4 inches.

I also offer Saint and Bible Quote Valentines

and Catholic Hearts Valentines

and Spiritual Bouquet Valentines

and Love Like the Saints Valentines

To make your Valentine cards: print the two images on thick paper or card-stock, one on the front and one on the back of the same sheet. If your printer has the option to print two-sided, that makes it easy. Use the included pdf file and choose “flip on the short edge.” Choosing “print actual size” should create even-sized valentines when cut. It this cuts the edges off the images on your printer, choose “fit” instead.

If you’re doing your two sided printing manually, print one side, then load the sheet back into the printer to print the other side. (If the front and back don’t line up, try loading the paper in the other way on the second time through.) Then cut the sheets into eight cards. Finished cards will be about 2.5 x 4 inches.

They can also be printed one-sided, or in black and white if you prefer.

A link to your download will be emailed to you once payment is processed (usually in only a few minutes). Included are four JPEG files, two fronts and two backs, and one PDF file containing one front image and both backs. If you don’t receive an email confirmation, please let me know! I highly recommend that you create an account during checkout. This will allow you to login and access your downloads from the site at any time from any device.

For a small fee, this image can be resized or personalized. Contact me at [email protected] for more information.

A link to your download will be emailed to you once payment is processed (usually in only a few minutes).

These valentines are intended for personal use only. Please do not share the digital files. You are welcome to print them as many times as you’d like for the use of the members of your household, to distribute to their friends and classmates. If you think your use would exceed what would be considered “personal use” please purchase an extended license for group use. The designs can not be used for any commercial purpose or resold. If you’re not sure, just ask.

Please get in touch if you have any questions.

Thank you for visiting Catholic All Year!


1 review for Catholic Valentine Cards {digital download} Love Like the Saints 8.5×11 pages to print and cut at home

  1. Katie Bogner

    Love these cards! I’m a Catholic School teacher and this is such a fun resource. It can be used for Valentines to giveaway, or it can be used for a fun activity. I have two sets of the cards and have my students each randomly pull a card and the find their match. They then use resources to research their Saint pair and take turns presenting to the class. It is a great activity to remind the students that Saints often come in pairs and groups and that we should desire to walk towards heaven alongside our family and friends! Love the conversations that it started!

    • Kendra

      Thank you Katie!

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